Ebony Steele is quite possibly one of the most prolific personalities in entertainment today. She is a current co-host of the nationally-syndicated, hit radio program The Rickey Smiley Morning Show. She is best known for her “Ain’t Nobody Saying Nothin’” and “Da Bizness” segments on the popular radio broadcast. As a member of the Rickey Smiley team, she contributed to Dish Nation a nightly entertainment news show that featured four different radio hosts from across the nation. It aired for six weeks on FOX during the summer of 2011 and will premier this fall on FOX. The talents of this on-air personality do not stop with her hosting duties on radio and television. Steele has appeared on stage alongside Anna Maria Horsford and Roz Ryan (of Amen fame) in the theatrical production, Butterfly Confessions; she portrayed one of the Murderesses in a production of Chicago; and transitioned from stage to film with the stage play turned video, The Job. Steele has recorded numerous voiceovers for major brands such as Wal-Mart, Verizon and the SyFy Channel, to name a few. Her voiceover work carries over to appearances for prank call CDs by Rickey Smiley and Roy Wood, Jr. As a four-year breast cancer survivor, her most important work is her most personal. When Steele was diagnosed with breast cancer in August 2007, she joined Susan G. Komen for the Cure as a Circle of Promise National Ambassador. Since then, she has starred in PSAs for Susan G. Komen produced for the Gospel Music Channel and General Mills as their Pink Together Ambassador. She makes numerous, national appearances for the organizations and headlines her own yearly breast cancer charity event, Eye Candy: Bare Chest for Breast Cancer featuring male models.