Kirk Stevens (born August 17, 1958) is a Canadian professional snooker player.
Stevens started playing young, achieving his first century break aged just 12. He turned professional aged 20, and reached the semi-finals of the World Championship aged 21. In 1984, he achieved a televised maximum 147 break in a match against Jimmy White in the Benson & Hedges Masters, which remains the only such break ever made in the competition (Ken Doherty and Stephen Hendry have both since come close to repeating the feat, but unsuccessfully). His unorthodox choice of attire also made him a ladies favourite.
His career ran into problems in 1985, when he admitted to an addiction to cocaine. Although he underwent treatment, his career never really recovered.