Steve Bean Biography – Steve Bean Wiki
Steve Bean Levy born Steven Joseph Levy, was an American actor and comedian.
Steve attended Hillel Academy in Swampscott, MA, the Providence Hebrew Day School and graduated from Classical High School in Providence, class of 1978. He attended Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA.
Steve cut his theatrical teeth performing stand-up at local Pittsburgh area nightclubs. In 1980, Levy teamed up with comic Chris Zito, a duo that became known as Zito and Bean. In Boston, Zito and Bean garnered an enthusiastic following. They became mainstays of the Boston comedy scene and enjoyed a three-year run with their own show at a popular club, Play It Again Sam’s. After about a decade, Levy split from the duo to move to Los Angeles, where he joined the Groundlings Improv Group and wrote for such shows as the “Tim Conway Show” and ABC’s “Dot Comedy.”
As an actor he landed roles on such series as “Quantum Leap,” “Murder She Wrote,” “Married with Children” and “Monk,” and the Bobcat Goldthwait comedy “Shakes the Clown.” Most recently, Levy appeared on episodes of “Shameless” and “Ray Donovan.”
Steve Bean Age
He was born on April 27, 1960 in Lynn, Massachusetts, United States. He died on died January 21, 2019 in Los Angeles, California, after a battle with cancer. He was 58 years old.
Steve Bean Parents
He was the son of Irwin and Dorothy Levy.
Steve Bean Wife
Steve was married to his wife, Caroline Carrigan. They had one child.
Steve Bean Children – Steve Bean Son
Steve and his wife, Caroline Carrigan had a son, Jacob Randall Levy.
Steve Bean Family
Levy is survived by his wife, Caroline Carrigan; his son, Jacob Randall Levy; parents, Irwin and Dorothy Levy; sisters, Lauren Levy Brodie and her husband Todd and Jill Levy Sorota; nieces and nephews, Michael Miller, Allison Miller, Lindsey Sorota and Andrew Sorota; and great niece, Amelia Wilcox.
steve bean cancer
In late 2016, Bean was diagnosed with sino-squamous cell carcinoma (nose cancer), one of the rarest forms of cancer.
Steve Bean Death
He died on died January 21, 2019 in Los Angeles, California, after a battle with cancer. He was 58 years old.
Steve Bean Cause of Death
Steve Bean’s cause of death was nose cancer.