Actor / SINGER

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Steven has been acting professionally as a member of Actors Equity since 1995. His work onstage has included New York City and all across the United States in some of the country's most respected theaters. Recently, his performance of Jeanne Sakata's solo-play Hold These Truths was broadcast by Philadelphia's local PBS station WHYY.

Previously, he was also seen Off-Broadway at Classic Stage Company in the NYC revival of Pacific Overtures, directed by John Doyle with reworking by original creators John Weidman and Stephen Sondheim, with new orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick. He's also performed on London's West End and in Germany and Cambodia. He has played leading roles from Shakespeare to Sondheim and continually enjoys the challenge of creating roles in new works, most recently Maltby & Shire's Waterfall. Career highlights have included productions of Henry IV Part 1 and Part 2, Richard II, As You Like It, King John, Pacific Overtures, Miss Saigon, Paint Your Wagon, Honor, and numerous developing works.

He's done some film (released as well as to-be-released), TV (cop shows, soap operas, kid shows), commercials (beer, anyone?), voiceovers, industrials, and is always grateful to be challenged in new mediums. Steven is also a tenor, having sung in both large concert halls as well as intimate cabaret venues.

He holds an MFA in Classical Acting from the George Washington University's Academy for Classical Acting (Shakespeare Theatre Company in DC). He also holds a BFA in Theatre Studies from Southern Methodist University with a minor in music (vocal performance).

Photo credit: Al Foote III