J-Anthony-Brown-PicPremiere Networks and multi-media powerhouse Steve Harvey are proud to announce the addition of actor, comedian and veteran radio personality J. Anthony Brown as a daily contributor to The Steve Harvey Morning Show.  Harvey and his radio co-hosts Shirley Strawberry, Nephew Tommy, Carla Ferrell and Junior are welcoming Brown to the top-rated, award-winning radio program today, April 24.

Based in Los Angeles, Brown brings his comedic stylings and hilarious cast of on-air characters to The Steve Harvey Morning Show, which can be heard on nearly 100 stations by nearly 7 million weekly listeners.  Celebrating 12 year in syndication in 2017, it’s the #1 syndicated morning show in America and #1 with African American radio listeners.

Brown shared, “I’m cooking up a brand new funny to bring to The Steve Harvey Morning Show while I kick it with the crew, and of course, a couple of your favorites from me. Watch out deh now!”

“I’ve known J since my very first comedy gig outside of Cleveland, and it’s my joy to be reunited with the man who taught me real comedy,” shared Harvey.  “Get ready folks – we’re ‘bout to turn the funny meter up 10 notches.  Having J join Shirley, Nephew Tommy, Carla, Junior and myself is going to create bend over, stop the car, spit on your computer, spray your drink, gut-busting laugher.  We’ve also got lots of new stuff planned, so hang on, this is the best ride in all of radio.”

Prior to joining Premiere, Brown was a member of The Tom Joyner Morning Show for more than 20 years.  The tailor-turned-comedian launched his comedy career in a gong show contest in Atlanta. Brown moved to Los Angeles to work in television, quickly finding a job as a writer on the late-night talk show The Arsenio Hall Show, and later, such sitcoms as The Parenthood and Me and The Boys.  Brown hosted two consecutive seasons of BET’s top-rated Comic View, and has performed on Vibe, Def Comedy Jam, It’s Showtime at the Apollo, An Evening at the Improv and The Oprah Winfrey Show.  As an actor, he’s had recurring roles on Moesha, Living Single and The Parenthood, as well as guest spots on The Parkers and Sparks.  His work in film includes roles in Def Jam’s How to Be a Player, Pay the Price, Drumline and Mr. 3000. The NAACP Image Award and Peabody Award winner is the owner of the J. Anthony Brown Collection, The J. Spot Clothing Store, and The J. Anthony Brown Comedy Club in Los Angeles, California.