Brody Stevens is a comedian who possesses that always elusive natural character. Many on the inside call him, “The Entertainers’ Entertainer.” Let’s not forget the English speaking audiences! Citizens of the world, both young and old, continue to support this eclectic personality as he attempts to bridge the gap between man and crowd.
After retiring from a successful amateur baseball career at 23, where many of his former teammates have gone on to make millions in the major leagues, Stevens found his calling in Seattle where he began doing stand up in the mid-'90s, working out of the Comedy Underground and other notable Emerald City establishments. In addition to his stage work, The Brody Stevens Cable Access TV Show was a cult favorite throughout the Pacific Northwest. The show was zany, in your face, and live for two years, adding much needed spunk to Seattle’s dreary climate. Then it was off to New York City! Three years in the Big Apple, he did everything from the ultra-hip Luna Lounge to the Lower East Side street theater. On top of that, he gave tours at Radio City Music Hall.
Currently active in the Los Angeles comedy scene, Stevens is no stranger to the limelight of national exposure. His many credits include Comedy Central’s Premium Blend, Sarah Silverman: Jesus Is Magic, CBS’ The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn three times, five counting re-runs, R2PC: Road to Park City at Slamdance Film Festival, NBC’s Late Friday, and PAX TV’s Ed McMahon's Next Big Star. Another fact, Stevens has paneled on National Lampoon’s Funny Money, sketched at Jimmy Kimmel Live!, passed FX’s The Test with Jillian Barberie, and is a daily contributor for The Best Damn Sports Show Period on Fox. Corporate functions and roast opportunities are being fielded as well, it’s just a fact, from the Texas Rangers to Tom Arnold’s celebrity galas.
A side note, Stevens has been brought in on numerous television projects, bringing the best out of each and every tourist type spectator attending a taping here in the city of Hollywood. Stevens calls this a valued skill.
The Best Damn Sports Show Period, The Man Show, The NFL Show, various pilots, and Late World with Zach are just a few of the many events that have requested his service.
Stevens has also appeared in several independent films. He hosted Levi Strauss: Semester Online, toured America with the You Laugh, You Lose College Game Show, and tamed audiences at the upstart Chicago Just for Laughs Comedy Festival and Vancouver Just for Laughs Comedy Festival.
Stevens just wrapped a pilot for Comedy Central called Defending Your Date and will be laying down video commentary on The Sports List, check your local Fox affiliate. Also, Stevens is a frequent visitor to the radio airwaves that blanket the Lower 48, most notably, The Tony Bruno Extravaganza on Sporting News Radio and the nationally syndicated All Comedy Radio. On each coast, Stevens is fast becoming a crowd favorite. To those in the know, he’s a hot commodity with childlike exuberance, taking on the business of laughter with a smile.