Steve grew up in Bronx, New York.
After Steve graduated from the University of Miami, he went to get a masters degree in clinical psychology at the University of Houston.
Steve has worked for every major Los Angeles TV station except for the NBC affilite KNBC.
Steve graduated from the University of Miami with a degree in history.
Steve and his wife, Jean Edwards, were college sweethearts. They now have a son, Greg, and a daughter, Julie.
He is currently a news anchor on L.A.'s top rated morning news program Good Day LA weekday mornings 7-10am on KTTV-TV FOX11.
On May 14, 2004, Steve was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his legendary career in Television. Good Day Live was brodcast live from Hollywood to cover the entire ceremony. It was the episode called "Good Day Hollywood."
From 1982-83, Edwards also co-hosted Entertainment Tonight and Entertainment This Week and garnered a national Emmy Award nomination as host.
He served as Entertainment Editor for "CBS2 News," (KCBS-TV) in Los Angeles, providing reviews, commentary and special reports on film, television and theater.
He has received seven Los Angeles area Emmy Awards during his career for
his work on Two On The Town and The Steve Edwards Show. In addition, the local Emmy's have recognized his work on The Baxters, an experimental
program produced by Norman Lear, and Saturday Morning Fever: The Los Angeles Marathon.