Steve White brought smiles and laughter to countless audiences over the course of his film career. Early on in his acting career, White landed roles in various films, including the Peter Falk sports drama "All the Marbles" (1981), the Gary Busey horror movie "Silver Bullet" (1985) and the Eddie Murphy smash hit comedy "Coming to America" (1988). He also appeared in the dramatic comedy "Do the Right Thing" (1989) with Danny Aiello, the Eddie Murphy action film "Harlem Nights" (1989) and the Andrew Dice Clay action picture "The Adventures of Ford Fairlane" (1990). He kept working in film throughout the nineties, starring in "Malcolm X" (1992), the comedy "Mona Must Die" (1994) with Marianne Sägebrecht and the crime drama "Clockers" (1995) with Harvey Keitel. He also appeared in "Open Season" (1996). White continued to exercise his talent in the nineties, taking on a mix of projects like "Busted: America's War on Marijuana" (PBS, 1997-98), "Comedy Central's NHL Obsession" (Comedy Central, 1997-98) and "From Left Field: The World Series Special" (Comedy Central, 1997-98). His credits also expanded to "Premium Blend" (Comedy Central, 1997-2006). White most recently wrote "Black-ish" (ABC, 2014-).