July 21, 2010 by staff
For now, Christian comedian keeping with the style of reality is a careful selection of 20 dress to pack for Orlando, Florida, where he will spend the next few weeks shooting episodes of “Family Feud.”
Just when you think that this comic for families, with the grassroots up shows, comedy lover, nationally syndicated radio program, and the book-selling relationship can not do otherwise, becomes the host of a major television game. Harvey made his debut as the new host of “Family Feud” on 13 September.
He will take a break from filming episodes on 31 July to perform at the Paramount Theater in Oakland. Harvey is in a national tour, and this will be their first Bay Area appearance in seven years. Is pumped.
“I love the groove of Oakland, said by telephone from Atlanta.
Harvey, 53, is best known as the star of “The Steve Harvey Show, which ran at the World Bank for six seasons. He was also one of the four comedians featured in 2000 Spike Lee movie, “The Original Kings of Comedy.” This Christmas, which will release their follow up to 2009 to “act like a lady, Think Like a Man: What men really think about love, relationships, intimacy and commitment.”
Before Harvey Oakland performance, we chatted with him about the appointments, the late Bernie Mac and why Harvey is a proud “soldier of Christ imperfect.”
Before showbiz, he worked as a boxer, an insurance salesman and an auto plant worker. “What do you most applicable to your comedy?
R: Ford Motor Company inspired my work as possible because I worked on an assembly line. I was a very entertaining. I sang. I joke. I thought, ‘How can I fulfill my dream of being on television? I do not want to be there, but I had to eat.
Q: You open each show by saying “God is everything.” What role it plays in your life?
A: He gave me strength. He gave me the strength to remain hopeful in the assembly line and when I was homeless.
Q: What keeps you from cursing on stage?
A: If I’m going to say, I’m going to say. My life is a double enigma because my errors happen to have a microphone and the media attached to them. I like to have an asterisk next to my Christianity. Judge me if you want, but I’m imperfect.
Q: What do miss most about Bernie Mac?
R: Bernie and I were like brothers. I miss his performances more than anything. We used to sit all the racks and see Bernie because, man, it was good. He organized a train crash, a gorilla. Always shut the sample.
Q: Are there talks about the resurrection of the Kings “of Comedy?
A: We had, and were more on the same day. All reached the same conclusion. It would not be the same without Bernie. We could certainly do a tribute show to him, maybe bring in Chris Rock and Jamie Foxx.
Q: You told Oprah that you wrote your book to empower women. Why we need the help?
A: You are very good. But renouncing his power too soon. You have negotiated some bad information amongst themselves, and men have learned how to act on this information. Like this: A woman should wait until a man asks her to marry him.
The dream of a man is the woman of his dreams. He does not care about the wedding date. Meanwhile, his dream day – picking up the flute, if you’re going to release doves or not – is on hold. You have to make sure that the date is a requirement to meet in their relationship.
Q: So what is your relationship advice to men?
A: Make the woman happy and you want to get it. Here’s the deal with women: You may be right or be happy. If you are insisting on being right all the time, he was miserable.
Q: Name the best host “Family Feud.”
R: That’s true in my area. I’ve really become a family man and become a very good husband. I know how to work clean. And the show will be fun for the first time.
Q: Will there be more quality in their future?
A: I doubt it. I am not an established actor. I can play a role when it comes to a comedy because it’s a sitcom. I saw “The Book of Eli.” I saw “Inside Man.” I’m not Denzel. That’s not what I do. You have to be honest with yourself.
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