Born and raised in New Jersey, Steven McCoy lives quite a fascinating life. Journalist, philanthropist and producer Steven McCoy is very well known for conducting one on one interviews with public figures on the show on iTunes titled “Sessions with Steven”. He also writes articles and also covers some of the biggest entertainment events apart from his regular activities. Steven started his career with the Walt Disney Company as an intern in Orlando, FL. After the internship Steven became a Host for Radio Disney in New York and started working for Disney Theactrical Production. While working for Disney he became an “Angel” for Disney’s charity program called “VoluntEARS”. Steven McCoy was recognized by the Walt Disney Company and was inducted into Disney’s Alumni Association. Steven also worked as a Script Writer for BET Network’s “106th and Park”. Later Steven founded his company Spoken Entertainment LLC. Spoken Entertainment LLC is known for creating online content featuring interviews with high profiled figures and covering red carpets and virtual online events.
Steven McCoy’s success is not without struggle. Apart from suffering from retinitis Pigmentosa and usher syndrome, Steven also faced racism and discrimination. Steven never let his disabilities came in the way of his success in his own word “They’re very small. When I first started in the business I used to pretend nothing was wrong with me. I would take out my hearing aids and hide who I really was”. Steven McCoy has shared all of his struggles and personal fight with hurdles of life in his upcoming book.
Recently Steven recently did a Christmas Giveaway through his Social Media titled “Sessions with Santa ” where he and his family provided financial help and gift cards, prizes and toys to kids with autism. Furthermore, he also did a book bag drive, giving supplies to children in Newark, NJ. You can all about it by following his Instagram: @stevenmccoy Steven McCoy continue to inspire people who also faces same struggle as him and his difficulties only made him the big person he is today.