Shadoe Stevens

Shadoe Stevens

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Group Facilitator (Creativity)

Shadoe is one of the most recognized voices in the world. But he has also been an award-winning worldwide personality and innovator for radio, television, film, new media, and visual arts. He was the host of the biggest radio show in the world,
“American Top 40,” heard in 110 countries by more than a billion people a week. As an actor, he was the star of numerous television shows, including the Top 10 sitcom, “Dave’s World” with Harry Anderson on CBS, the one hour comedy-drama, “Max Monroe: Loose Canon” on CBS, “Baywatch,” “The Larry Sanders Show,” Beverly Hills: 90210,” the movie “TRAXX,” and was one of the stars in two versions of “Hollywood Squares.”

In 2019, he was part of the cast in the EMMY Nominated soap opera take-off “The Rich and the Ruthless” which won The INDIE SERIES AWARD: Best Ensemble (Comedy) two years in a row. In advertising, he created and starred in the most successful regional campaign in U.S. History, “Fred Rated for Federated,” featuring 1,100 different Monty Python-style commercials-and is a CLEO Award winner for advertising. In radio, he is widely known for creating, launching, and programming the most successful rock station and format in the country, “World Famous KROQ FM” in Los Angeles, as well as the Alternative Rock format nationwide, and the Album-Rock Format with KMET-FM.  Shadow is also a Billboard Magazine “Radio Personality of the Year” award winner.

In Radio/New Media, he created “RhythmRadio, the Sound of the World in a Good Mood,” heard in more than 30 countries and on the Internet in 7 languages, the station and format “CaboWaboRadio” for rock star Sammy Hagar, and the hit podcast, “Blackout Television.” He also created and hosted the internationally syndicated shows “Top of the World; Rock the World” and “Party Planet,” heard nationwide in over 30 countries, and also “MentalRadio” on SIRIUSXM and the Internet. In television, he created and produced “The Weekly Show” for TV One, is currently the voice of “The Antenna TV Network,” and was the voice and a cast member of “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” on CBS, the voice of "Celebrity Name Game” for three seasons, “Join or Die” on the History Channel, “The Craig Ferguson Radio Show “on Sirius XM, and the “Happy Together Tour” for more than ten years. He has been the voice of countless commercials and promo campaigns for radio, television, and new media, and won the “Best of Show” 2019 Radio Mercury Award for “Old Spice: Pomade” commercial-an accolade which in the industry is considered the Academy Awards of Radio Commercials.

As an artist, Shadoe’s multi-media work has been shown at Gallerie Michael on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, and an exhibition of more than 40 pieces, (including greeting cards, posters, and a book of his work) was showcased at the Stakenborg/Greenberg Fine Art Gallery in Sarasota, Florida.  Shadoe calls his multimedia approach: “Transcendental Wha Hoo.” He is also a motivational speaker, has taught Master Classes in “the Art of Creativity” at several universities, spoken at the Ringling School of Art and Design, and written five children’s books-one of which is currently being developed for an animated feature film. His holiday script for the film, “Christmas Music,” is also in development for a scheduled 2020 release.