In addition to his popular first-person articles,
Steve has spent the last decade as a top-notch celebrity interviewer.
On podcasts and in print, he has sat down with some of the biggest names in sports and show biz.
Joe Namath, Cal Ripken Jr., Nikki Glaser, Henry Winkler, Gary Player, Aisha Tyler, William Hurt, Richard Kline, Danica Patrick,
Gilbert Gottfried, Ed Begley Jr., Adrian Petersen, Rex Ryan, Graeme McDowell, Adam Carolla, Rich Eisen, Todd Glass,
Jay Duplass, Dominique Wilkins, Danny Trejo, Barry Sanders, Joel Stein, Ike Barinholtz, Emmitt Smith, Ted Leo, Jim Norton,
Tony Hawk, Bert Kreischer, Mark Normand, Jason Jones, Brett Cullen, Valerie Azlynn, Peter Mehlman, Chris McDonald,
Apolo Ohno, Rick Overton, Dave Holmes, Kevin Allison, Wil Wheaton, Dennis Dugan, Robert Irvine and many more.
Steve has several pieces coming up for
The Arrow from AARP.
His first is a great interview with his old pal Henry Winkler.
Steve’s one-man show won the award
for Best Comedic Script
at the United Solo Fest,
The World’s Largest Solo Theatre Festival.
Steve’s book, MY PENTHOUSE PAST, is about the eight wild years he spent working for Bob Guccione and Penthouse Magazine in the eighties and nineties. It is a humorous peek behind the scenes for any guy who ever hid a dirty magazine underneath his mattress as a kid or any woman who has ever wondered what the fuss was all about.
Steve was a contributing editor to
Men's Health Magazine and the MH website.
Men's Health is the largest men's magazine in the world.
Steve is not even the third most popular person in his own house.
Steve blogged regularly for The Huffington Post.
He is a living example of their Third Metric philosophy -
“To redefine success and live the lives we want,
not just the lives we settle for.”
Steve has written articles for several international publishers, including Time Inc. & Rodale Publishing.
He was featured in this collection of essays by Sellers Publishing.
He has written a column called The Daddy Diaries for Style Cafe Moms Magazine.