Steve Harvey to Join 'Good Morning America'

Author, comedian, host to report on topics from relationships to parenting.

Aug. 17, 2009— -- Steve Harvey, the author, comedian, actor and host of "The Steve Harvey Morning Show," has joined "Good Morning America" as a contributor.

Harvey will bring "GMA" viewers a series of reports on topics ranging from relationships to parenting over the next few months. He will bring his own unique perspective, style and humor to morning television while interacting with viewers around the country via, Skype and live guests in-studio. His first report is scheduled to air Wednesday, Aug. 19.

Harvey is an author, comedian, actor and radio host who has appeared in television and movies, including seven years starring on the WB's "The Steve Harvey Show."

Harvey has also appeared in numerous movies, including "Don't Trip …; "Johnson Family Vacation" and the animated film "Racing Stripes." Harvey's book "Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man: What Men Really Think About Love, Relationships, Intimacy, and Commitment" was an instant hit with women across the country and landed the #1 spot on the New York Times Bestseller List for an impressive 26 weeks.

Harvey's radio show, "The Steve Harvey Morning Show," is syndicated by Premiere Radio and heard in 60 markets around the country. Steve Harvey is also involved in helping young people and founded the Steve Harvey Foundation. Harvey is a native of Cleveland and currently resides in New York City.