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Steve-O was born on June 13, 1974. He is an American, British and Canadian citizen. He is an actor. Steve is also a stunt performer, producer, stand-up comedian, an author, a musician, and a clown. He is renowned for his role in ‘Jackass’ and ‘Wildboyz’ TV Series. He is currently Forty four years old.
Steve-O was born Stephen Gilchrist Glover on June 13, 1974, in Wimbledon, London, England. He was born to Richard Edward Glover and Donna Gay Glover. In 1983, he alongside his family went back to London.
He later joined American School, London. He later joined the University of Miami. Steve later dropped out due to poor performance as well as indiscipline. In 1996, he joined the University of New Mexico which he left in 1997. He later enrolled and joined Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Clown College. He later worked at the Fort Lauderdale Swap Shop flea market as a clown.
Steve-O's career started by his taking videos of himself and sending them to the then Jackass producer who later recruited him. In 2000, he appeared as himself in several episodes of the television series ‘Jackass’ until 2002. In 2001, he released his DVD ‘Don’t Try This At Home-The Steve-O Video Vol. 1’ which later landed him in trouble.
In 2002, he released the DVD ‘Don’t Try This At Home-The Steve-O Vol.2’ which was his own. He also appeared in the film ‘Jackass: The Movie’ as himself.
Steve-O also featured as a Guest Star in the television show ‘MADtv’ until 2003. In 2003, he appeared in the film ‘Blind Horizon.’ He also appeared as himself in the television series ‘Wildboyz’ until 2006.
He also appeared as himself in ‘The Bronx Bunny Show.’ In 2004, he appeared in ‘Totally Busted’ as himself, a role he played until 2006. In 2005, he appeared in the television show ‘Americas Next Top Model.’ In 2006, he appeared as himself in the films ‘Jackass Number Two’ and ‘The Dudesons Movie.’ He also appeared as himself in the television films ‘Love Island’ and ’24 Hours wit....’. He later appeared as the first marine in an episode of ‘The O.C.’
In 2007, Steve-O appeared in ‘National Lampoon’s TV: The Movie.’ He also appeared in the films ‘Bam’s Unholy Union’ as himself and in ‘Dr. Steve-O’ as Dr. Steve-O. In 2008, he wrote, recorded and released his first mixtape ‘The Dumbest Asshole in Hip Hop.’
He was later taken to a psychiatric hold due to his changes in behavior. In 2009, he appeared in the film ‘Passenger Side’ as a Bar Patron. He also appeared in the television films ‘Dancing with the Stars’, ‘Nitro Circus,’ ‘Steve-O: Demise and Rise’ and in ‘Glenn Martin DDS.’
Career Post 2010
In 2010, Steve-O appeared as himself in ‘Jackass 3D’. In 2011, he appeared as himself in the television films ‘Germany’s Next Top Model,’ ‘Minute to Win It’ and ‘The Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen.’ He also appeared in ‘Jackass 3.5’. He later published and released ‘Professional Idiot: A Memoir’ which was an autobiography. Steve later performed stand-up comedy in Australia. In 2012, he appeared as a host in ‘Killer Karaoke.’
In 2013, he featured in the television films ‘The Eric Andre Show’ and Ridiculousness.’ The following year, he appeared as himself in the film ‘Lennon or McCartney’. He also appeared in ‘The Jump’ which was a British TV series. In 2015, he appeared in ‘Barely Lethal’ as Pedro.
Steve-O also featured in the television films ‘Celebrity Juice’ and ‘The Jump.’ He also appeared in an episode of his first Web series ‘The Slo Mo Guys.’ In 2016, he appeared in the television films ‘Steve-O: Guilty as charged’ as himself, ‘Comedy Bang! Bang!’ as himself and in ‘Mr. Prickles as a Pizza Guy.'
Steve later appeared in some episodes of the Web series ‘Game Grumps,’ ‘Shane and Friends’ and ‘DoubleToasted.com.’ In 2017, he appeared s himself in the documentary films ‘What the Health’ and ‘Dumb: The Story of Big Brother Magazine.’
Steve-O later appeared as Tommy X in the television film ‘Billy Dilley’s Super-Duper Subterranean Summer.’ He also appeared in the Web series ‘H3h3Productions’ and ‘Hot Ones.’ In 2018, he appears as himself in ‘Game Over, Man.’
He also appears as himself in the television film‘Sky1’s Revolution.' He then appears in the Web Series ‘David Dobrik’, ‘The Sidemen Show’ and ‘Ultimate Expedition.’
In 2018, Steve-O got engaged to Lux Wright. He currently resides in Los Angeles, California, United States. He is presently Forty four years old.
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