About Me


Performing Stand Up Comedy and acting in live theatre since 1991

Headliner, Feature or Emcee

Award winning stand-up comedian, playwright and actor. Performing on stage for over 22 years. Featured at The Borgata, Catch A Rising Star, Stand-Up NY. Headlined in comedy clubs on Long Island, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Connecticut. A regular on The Long Island Comedy Festival, with shows at Theater Three, Westhampton PAC, The Paramount and many other large theaters.

Wrote, directed and produced a 90 minute One Man Show. Wrote 12 one-act plays, which were produced at various NYC play festivals. Full-length play, “Vampires Suck, The Musical” was produced Off-Broadway at the NYC Fringe Festival.

Stevie’s unique approach to comedy involves how he deals with everyday life as a 55 year old married man living on Long Island. Stevie finds comedy in suburban life because he lives it every single freaking day. His philosophy is to entertain people without making them feel uncomfortable.

Opened for Louie Anderson, Bob Nelson, Bobby Collins, Uncle Floyd, Lisa Lampanelli, Ted Alexandro and many more…

2006 Huntington Laff-Off winner

2011 VOTED 3rd Place in Best of L.I. in The Long Island Press

2012 Best Actor in student film “Suffocating in Suburbia” By Nick Mancuso

2011 Best Play “Death Here…” Airport Playhouse One Act Play Festival

Schedule at www.steviegb.com


3 Responses to About Me

  1. Hey Stevie! Looks like we’re both suffocating in the suburbs! Thanks for the follow 🙂

  2. Thanks for liking my little site. I used to work at Computer Associates on Long Island, so I got to know the area a little bit. Now big cities simply overwhelm me. All the best…

  3. Ditto to what Fortyteen Candles said. Good to meet you!

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