Stevie D. thought he had made it. After leaving his small-town Kentucky home for the bright lights of Hollywood, this self-described “white trash hillbilly” rose through the stand-up comedy ranks to become a star on the Sunset Strip. Since the release of his successful concert-film DVD, Rockstars of Comedy, Stevie began developing projects with rock legend Tommy Lee, UFC Champion Rich Franklin, Hot Rod Builder of the Year Troy Ladd and other celebrities. With a beautiful wife, he was also enjoying the greatest adventure of his life -fatherhood.
Then, Stevie received the stunning news that his life might actually be nearing an end when he was diagnosed with prostate cancer at the young age of 42. A powerful story of survival, The Trans Am Diaries is a “stream of consciousness” direct from Stevie D.’s pen and is also full of laugh-out-loud stories about the entertainment industry and the colorful characters Stevie has met along the way including golfing with Eddie Van Halen and opening for Chris Rock on 60 Minutes.
The Trans Am Diaries: A Hillbilly’s Road Trip from Comedy to Cancer…and Back Again. Learn how this self-described hillbilly from Kentucky got through the scariest time of his life with help from a loving family, oddball friends, a great doctor, and a rowdy sense of humor.