The Early Years
A Sal St. George Lecture
Steve Martin began his career as a writer (for the Smothers Brothers) and soon redefined himself as one of the most popular stand-up comedians of our generation.
His vast body of work includes writing critically acclaimed screenplays, Broadway shows, touring with his own popular band and, as an actor, singer and dancer earning him numerous awards including an Emmy, Grammy and an Honorary Academy Award.
This lecture will explore the early days of the comedian to explore how one Wild and Crazy Guy evolved into one of America’s most versatile and creative Comedy Treasures.