Mark Curry from 'Hangin' with Mr Cooper' Puts Steve Harvey on Blast for Allegedly Stealing His Comedy Act
Mark Curry appeared on Fox Soul's "The Mike & Donny Show," where he shared about his relationship with Harvey that up until today, remains unpatched.
Mark Curry, known for his role as Mr. Cooper on the ABC show "Hangin with Mr. Cooper," still hasn't forgiven Steve Harvey and it's all because he allegedly stole material which he put on his show.
HARVEY STEALING CURRY'S CONTENT
As for what show, Curry was referring to Harvey's NBC talk show "Steve." Curry allegedly found out about the incident through a friend, and it turns out, it was true.
"Steve stole my material on his show, so I had a beef on that. When he was on his [expletive] talk show that he had, he did all of my Halloween material one Halloween. Somebody called me and said, ‘Homeboy doing your material.’ He did my whole Halloween run, and I know he didn’t think of it. This was true stuff that really happened to me."
CONFRONTING HARVEY ABOUT THE INCIDENT
Curry ended his rant spree saying Steve didn't have to steal any material from him, as the talkshow host already has so much money to begin with.
While he spoke about the incident on the show, he says he made sure to talk about it with Harvey, too. They spoke about the isue at "Def Comedy Jam 25," but did not disclose what exactly they talked about. For that to be revealed, he says people would need to ask Steve.
MARK CURRY'S TRAUMATIZING PAST
Mark Curry is best known for the "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper" sitcom that aired from 1992 to 1997. After his fame as the iconic Mr. Cooper, he went on to appear on numerous films and TV shows.
What a lot of people don't know, though, is that he suffered a terrible accident that landed him with second-degree burns.
A SECOND SHOT AT LIFE
Eighteen percent of his body, including his arm, back, and side, were plagued with burns after a spray starch ruptured and burned his California home. He ended up being put in a medically-induced coma.
In pain, he committed suicide by overdosing on pain medication. However, thanks to friends like Bill Cosby and Sinbad, he was encouraged to keep on living, and the rest is history.
Now, with a second chance at life, he is not holding back in trying to right some wrongs, even if that includes calling out famous personalities like Steve Harvey.