Clark is an actor (with stage credits and an IMDB page) and an ordained minister who will happily handle any and all aspects of performing your wedding ceremony, including writing the ceremony and the vows (if you like) and handling the necessary paperwork, for a very reasonable and negotiable fee.
Clark has worked professionally with national touring comedians Tony Gaud, Lou Angelwolf, JB Ball, Josh Blue, Steven Lolli, Gary Valentine, Dale Jones, Alonzo Bodden, Dom Irrera and Nick Griffin. He has appeared on the main stages at Side Splitters and the Tampa Improv and was awarded the readers choice for 'Best Local Stand-Up Comedian' by Creative Loafing magazine in 2015.
Relying less on jokes and focusing more on a storytelling style Steve deals with topics ranging from his own health (poor) to the political climate (even worse). Steve’s background in improv and theater help him bring a high level of comfort to the stage that always translates into a great show. Tampa’s Creative Loafing magazine named Steve the best young comic for 2012 saying, “His loud, opinionated and charming personality is made for the stage”. IN 2014 their reader’s voted Steve the best local stand up comedian.
Steve has had the pleasure of sharing the stage with some of comedies biggest names including, Jim Jefferies, Amy Schumer, Brian Posehn, and Kyle Kinane. Steve has been heard on Sirius/XM satellite radio and seen on Fox television.
Snappers Grill & Comedy Club
36657 US Hwy 19 N, Palm Harbor, Florida 34684
Clark is the author of "A Ridiculously Inconsistent Trickle of Consciousness", a blog dedicated to observations of society, human (mis)behavior and pop culture. Also "A Ridiculously Inconsistent Treasury", a best-of collection from that site was awarded 'Best Book By A Local Author' by Creative Loafing in 2015. He also covers the Tampa Bay stand-up comedy scene for The Identity Tampa Bay.