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Suntanned, carefully groomed blond announcer and media personality who enjoyed success on West Coast radio and TV. Stevens attempted to parlay his fame into features with the comedy adventure spoof "Traxx" (1988) and into TV with a comedy pilot for Cinemax, "Shadoevision" (1986), and a detective series for CBS, "Max Monroe: Loose Cannon" (1990). All of these traded in on the deep, dulcet tones of his speaking voice and his slightly bizarre, L.A. hipster persona, but were not especially successful. Established, though, as a personality, Stevens agreeably filled a square on the syndicated tic-tac-toe game show "The New Hollywood Squares" and doubled as announcer for that program and for the animated children's show, "Wake, Rattle and Roll." His most widely seen acting role to date has been as one of the regulars on the CBS sitcom, "Dave's World" (1993-97).
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Supplied a voice-over for the feature film, "The Kentucky Fried Movie"
Hosted the syndicated disco music series, "Hot City Disco"
Created, executive produced and wrote the Cinemax comedy pilot, "Shadoevision"; also played leading role of Djony Dakota; series not picked up
Began filling a regular "square" and served as one of the announcers on the syndicated game show, "The New Hollywood Squares"
Made feature acting debut in "Traxx"
Hosted the "Miss Hawaiian Tropic Beauty Pageant"
Served as announcer for the animated children's show, "Wake, Rattle and Roll"
Played the title role of detective Max Monroe on the short-lived CBS detective series, "Max Monroe: Loose Cannon"
Played second feature film role, a small part in "Mr. Saturday Night"
Played Kenny Becket on the CBS sitcom, "Dave's World"