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Storyline

Steve Hightower, a former 1970s R&B singer who once opened for acts such as Gladys Knight and the Pips, can't seem to find ideal employment. After some failed jobs as a musician, he decides to take a job as a high-school music teacher. Accustomed to celebrity life, he learns to deal with the realities of working a nine-to-five job and his class of troublemaking, but well-intentioned, kids.

Official Sites: Official Facebook, Official Wikipedia

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: August 25, 1996

Also Known As: Steve Harvey Show, Steve Harvey Show, Steve Harvey Celebrates His 30th Comedy Anniversary. Throwback to the Eighties |  See more »

Parents Guide: United States (TV-PG)

Genres

Plot Keywords

chicago, illinois
high school
high school teacher
sitcom

Company Credits

Production Co: Brillstein-Grey Entertainment, Sony Pictures Television |  See more »

Cast

Shavar Ross
Hugh Dane
as 'Silky' Edwards
Dartanyan Edmonds
as Bill
Jennifer Lyons
as Kim
Patience Cleveland
as Mrs. Becker
Bari K. Willerford
as Scar
Wendy Worthington
as DMV Tester
The Lady of Rage
as Coretta Cox
Gabrielle Union
as Naomi Parson
Aaron Seville
as Randolph
Enya Flack
as Raina Storm
Gene Kirkland
Rick Scarry
as Melvin
Shad Moss
as Self
Daniel Escobar
as Joaquin
Caroline Jones
as Woman in Chicken Suit
Sean 'Diddy' Combs
as Self
Shvona Lavette Chung
Dante Basco
as Lee
Danny Rimmer
as Kid
Teena Marie
as Self
Clinton Derricks-Carroll
as Doc
Don 'D.C.' Curry
as T-Bone
Samuel Monroe Jr.
Tyrees Allen
as Sterling
Brogan Roche
Tasha Smith
as Kimberly Davis
Bobby McGee
as Anthony
Thomas Anthony Jones
as Male Exotic Dancer/Male Stripper
Cedric the Entertainer
as Cedric Jackie Robinson/Grandma Puddin'
Jeris Poindexter
De'aundre Bonds
as Mo-Mo
Mark Chaet
as Doctor
Raymond Ma
as Cameraman
Willie E. Teacher
So Plush
as Barely Legal/Jailbait
David Alan Graf
as Mr. Sullivan
Jackie Roberts
as Tiffany Toussaint-Cartier
Brook Kerr
as Honey
Saadia Persad
as Ashley Hawkins
Mel Jackson
as Julian
Kari Rydju
as Katrina
Holly Meowy
as Lead Cheerleader
Tanjareen Thomas
as Laverne
Ernest Harden Jr.
Robin Michele Stewart
as Officer Hodges
Jaqueline Fleming
as Jasmine
O
as Lamarr
Hector Maisonette
as Mr. Santana
Judith Drake
Suzanne Mari
as Precious
Melvin Lyons
Tony Brubaker
as Self - Tony brubaker
Kathrin Middleton
as Dr. Dorothy Maybanks
Tracy Vilar
as Sophia Ortiz
Kelly Perine
Steve Harvey
as Steve Hightower
Eve Greene
as Tracy
Raymond O'Connor
as Officer Kelly
Toby Smith
as Lashonda
Pat Crawford Brown
as Ms. Hirschfeld
Daphne Duplaix
as Sheila
Pamela O'Bannon
Phil Morris
as Trent Underwood
Karan Ashley
as Carrie McKnight
Larry O. Williams Jr.
as Male Police Officer
Isabel Sanford
as Mother Hightower
Jermaine Dupri
as Self
Chuti Tiu
as Masseuse
Diana Theodore
as Kelly
Lamont Johnson
as Flea
Ernest Thomas
as Reverend Charles/Reverend Franklin
Monica Allison
as Candy
Joy Stevens
Marjean Holden
as Max Sundance
Tanya Whitford
as Peggy
Cullen Douglas
as Arthur
Richard Simms
as Announcer
Nicole Tubiola
as Clarice
Greg Mathis
as Self
Craig Kirkwood
as Sylvester
Victor Contreras
as Announcer
Cory King
as Norman
Kel Mitchell
as Vincent
Arnetia Walker
as Judge Maxine Sharp
Paul Eckstein
as Roscoe
Willie Gault
as Trent
Daniel 'Smalls' Johnson
as Sherman
Joey Camen
Joe Costanza
as Mark
Lena Cardwell
as Samantha
Richard Gant
as Clarence Hightower
Mark Anthony Wilks
as Background
Dana Davis
Veronica Redd
as Gladys Steele
Samm Levine
as Arthur Rabinowitz
Oscar Nuñez
as José
Jim Jansen
as Lawyer
William L. Johnson
as Emcee
Jonathan Slocumb
as Clyde
Aloma Wright
as Tulabett
Jeanine Michelle
as Raven
Christina Milian
Jennifer Parsons
Gina St. John
as Leah Love
Tim Powell
Kenan Thompson
as Junior
Teddy Riley
as Self
John Knight
as Marty
Charlene Bloom
Dorien Wilson
as Warrington Steele
Chris Northup
as Bjorn
Furley Lumpkin
Annette M. Lesure
as Paula
Charity Hill
as Jessie
Starletta DuPois
as Ms. Pittman
Brooks Almy
as Mrs. Sims
Sean Christopher
as Paramedic #1
Bianca Lawson
as Rosalind
Mayah McCoy
as Rosie
Charles Emmett
as Prison Guard
Bebe Drake
as Betty
Renee Tenison
as Cherry
Antonio Fargas
as Smitty Rollins
Ishtar Uhvana
as Lauren Holmes
Jamal Hamilton
as Student
Lori Beth Denberg
as Lydia Liza Gutman
Claudette Wells
as Rochelle
Damon Standifer
as Percy
Leon Morenzie
as Joseph
Boris Kodjoe
as Dexter
Ja'net DuBois
as Delores
The Halel Choir
as Themselves
Damon Chandler
as Joe
Walter Franks
as Roger
Dwayne Adway
as Jordon Maddux
Alex Datcher
as Donna
Lanette Smith
as Tonya
Terri J. Vaughn
as Lovita Alizay Jenkins Robinson/Lovita Jenkins/Lovita Jenkins Robinson/Lovita Alizay Jenkins
Donald Gibb
as Tiny
Frederick Dawson
Zaid Farid
as Max
Ellis Williams
as Lynwood Grier
Brian McKnight
as Self
Brenden Jefferson
Barry Shabaka Henley
as Tom Cunningham
Marissa Jaret Winokur
as Kimmie
Meera Magdalena DiMaggio
as Tonya
Kimberly Russell
as Naomi
Paulette Braxton
as Niki
James Vincent
as Paramedic #2
Netfa Perry
as Sara
Merlin Santana
as Romeo Santana
Billy 'Sly' Williams
as Bartender/Marcus
Dori Brenner
as Dr. Langer
Justin Dabuet
as Enrique
Sally Ghalayini
as Brenda
Bert Rosario
as Ned
Rosie Tenison
as Candy
Kendahl King
as Officer Parker
Monique Ridge-Williams
as Cheryl
Esther Scott
as Auntie Pearl
Nancy Barber
Wayne Wilderson
as Byron Clark
Corey Joshua Taylor
as Ray
Tom Bailey
as Handyman Dan
Leslie Danon
as Amber
Ted Davis
as Bill
T.K. Carter
as T-Bone
Jerry Springer
as Self
Dawn Stern
as Margo Spencer
Kellita Smith
as Ava Whitley
Chaz Lamar Shepherd
as Dexter
Larry Gelman
as Elderly Man
Nafeesa Monroe
as Paula
Vernee Watson
as Dr. Glenda Burke
Elise Neal
as Juanita Du'Shea
Adrian Zmed
as Derrick Love
Rick Fitts
as Dr. Leland Powell
Justin Charlton-Perrin
Nikki Cox
as Nikki Cox
Persia White
as Monique
Rolonda Watts
as Janet
Darrow Igus
Tami Roman
as Bernadette
Chip Heller
as Prison Guard Bob
John H. Freeland Jr.
as Police Officer
Patricia Forte
as Mrs. Heywood
Tom'ya Bowden
Kimberly Bailey
as Rolanda Winfrey
Sab Shimono
as Bobby Wong
Ron Slanina
as Bull's Announcer/Police Officer
Brendan Moran
as Self
Tyrone Batista
as Delivery Man
William Lee Scott
as Stanley 'Bullethead' Kuznocki/Bullethead
Ludo Vika
as Suzy
Joe Colligan
as Police Officer
Anil Raman
as Delivery Man
Lakesha
Edward Moss
as Michael Jackson Impersonator
Meagan Good
as Alicia
Patty Holly
as Ruth Anne
Brien Perry
as Paramedic
Edith Grant
as Moan Ranger
Keone Young
as Mr. Chin
Tom Williams
as Baby
Steve Monroe
as DeAndre
Snoop Dogg
as Self
David Moreland
as Edmundo
Lisa Arrindell
as Rachel
Michelle Silveira
as Geroniho
Carlos Carrasco
as Mr. Santana/Romeo Sr.
Lydell M. Cheshier
as Student
Alaina Reed-Hall
as Corinthia Grier
Brad Blaisdell
as Herman/Joey
Busta Rhymes
as Zack
Jesse D. Goins
as Bill
Adam Jackson
Lauren Robinson
as Amy
Robert Covarrubias
as Mr. Garcia
Charles Rahi Chun
Lance E. Nichols
as Man in Chicken Suit
Ivelka Reyes
as Imani
Randy J. Goodwin
as Reggie Carmichael
Earl Billings
as Reginald Steele
Sarah Lilly
as June
Wendy Raquel Robinson
as Regina 'Piggy' Grier
Joi Weir
as Buffy
Damon Butler
Bahni Turpin
as Jeanette
Nick LaTour
as Mr. Austin
Cashalà L'Shauntyelle
as Tomica
Skip Cunningham
Dawn McMillan
as Nicole
Christine Wilson
as Bullethead's Girlfriend
Michael Flowers Jr.
John Spaulding
as Chris
Aaron Brumfield
as Bouncer
Cee Cee Michaela
as Emma Mae
Princess Monique Filmz
as Officer Berry
Sonia Jackson
as Selma
James Ingersoll
as Jack
Johari Johnson
as Woman Police Officer
Bee-Be Smith
as Police Officer
Susan Isaacs
as Myrna
Tanesia Tramell
as Girlfriend
Charlotte Ayanna
as Jody
Michele Morgan
as Laverne
Stan Sellers
Kent King
as Tessa
Dorian Gregory
as Derek
Vanessa Williams
as Nina
Kiki Melendez
as Carmen
Ernie Lee Banks
as Earl
Dawnn Lewis
as Alise Peyton
Megalyn Echikunwoke
as Allison Hightower
Fred Pinkard
as Pastor Farrell
Kim Fields
as Corrine
Bumper Robinson
as Lawrence
Ariyan A. Johnson
as Aisha
Shuko Akune
as Principal Sito
Shar Jackson
as Angel
James Boyce
as Inmate
Natasha Pearce
as Mindy Plum
Vivian Smallwood
as Mrs. Hill
Lalanya Masters
as Ameetha
Desi Arnez Hines II
Bill Sehres
Kenya Moore
as Miss Gerard
Lisa Marie Russell
as Arletta
Chrystee Pharris
as Angel
Roxanne Beckford
as Simone Dupri
Jordan Wood
as Veronica
Courtney Peldon
as Cindy
John Eric Bentley
as Kenneth
Rainbow Borden
Ronald Isley
as Pretty Tony
Joyce Brothers
as Self
Shireen Crutchfield
as Lela
Adele Givens
as Odetta
Judyann Elder
as Ms. Crabtree
Kiami Davael
as Christina
Taji Coleman
as Brandy
Antonio Velaz
as Self
Dani Lane
as Self
Ayuba Adu
as Self
A.J. Johnson
as Self
Steve Harvey
as Self - Host
Lev Cameron
as Self - Self
Dannah Lane
as Self
Amber Nicole Smith
as Amber Nicole Smith

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

1996 | 21 Episodes

Season 2

1997 | 22 Episodes

Season 3

1998 | 22 Episodes

Season 4

1999 | 22 Episodes

Season 5

2000 | 22 Episodes

Season 6

2001 | 13 Episodes

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

NCLR Bravo Awards 1996

Nominee

NCLR Bravo Awards

Outstanding Individual Performance in a Comedy Series

Nominee

NCLR Bravo Awards

Outstanding Individual Performance in a Comedy Series

ALMA Awards 1998

Nominee

ALMA Awards

Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series

Nominee

ALMA Awards

Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series

Nominee

ALMA Awards

Outstanding Comedy Series

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