Steve Hofstetter (born September 11, 1979) is an author, columnist and comedian, who started with material particularly pertaining to college life, and has since become a social commentator. He also hosted Four Quotas, which aired twice per week on Sirius Satellite Radio and is the current host of The National Lampoon Radio Sports Minute (Or So) which airs in over 180 different markets. A print version of the Sports Minute runs in many papers, including the Rocky Mountain News. Named one of Two Drink Minimum magazine's best new faces of 2004 and a nominee for the Association for the Promotion of Campus Activities Comedian of the Year, Hofstetter tours over 100 college campuses and dozens of clubs each year. Hofstetter has written for outfits like Maxim, ESPN and Sports Illustrated for Kids. He was a weekly columnist for Sports Illustrated, where his "Stand Up Guy" ran every Monday morning in Scorecard. Hofstetter has made a number of television appearances, including ESPN's Quite Frankly, Showtime's White Boyz in the Hood, VH1's Countdown, ABC's Barbara Walters Special and, most notably, CBS' The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. He has also been featured by local news programs in Boston, Atlanta, Louisville, Tulsa, Miami, and many other markets. He is a frequent guest on radio stations all over the country, especially sports stations. Hofstetter is known for his online popularity, with over half a million friends on community websites like Myspace and Facebook.
Steven Israel Hofstetter