Steve is a 28 year old substitute teacher by day and stand up comedian by night. He was born with Muscular Dystrophy and is an advocate for disability awareness. Steve performs stand up in the NJ/NY area, motivational speeches around the country, and is the co-creator and star of the web series Uplifting Dystrophy. He can be seen in the Hulu show Ramy, premiering 4/19.

Steve has been performing stand up for over 8 years with his first set at the Comedy Charity Explosion in his hometown of Rutherford, NJ. He has performed at the 2011 Bamboozle music festival and was the co-host of The Lockdown, a monthly stand up show at the People's Improv Theatre in New York City.

Since the early age of 10, Steve has been public speaking, most notably with the Muscular Dystrophy Association. He has spoken at major events and fundraisers and now does motivational speaking on overcoming adversity. For speaking inquiries, email Steve here.



Huffington Post - ‘Ramy’ Actor Steve Way Wonders Why Americans Haven’t ‘Rioted’ Over This One Issue

Mentioned in Hollywood Reporter and Vanity Fair

Vulture - How a Lifelong Friendship Led to Steve Way’s Ramy Role

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Buzzfeed - 10 People Discuss Life With Disability And Illness

NY Daily News - Disabled entertainers call out industry for only casting non-disabled actors in comic book adaptations