Actor - Stage, Film and Television

Steven was born and raised in Concord, California, where his first exposure to theatre was in the fourth grade at Monte Gardens Elementary in Concord where he was cast in “The Case of the Missing Parts of Speech”.  He also participated in the Mt. Diablo School District’s Fine Arts Summer School programs every summer thereafter.  In 1978, when the Fine Arts program was discontinued, Steven was cast in the City of Concord’s new Youth Theatre Program where he performed in “Hello Dolly” at the Concord Pavilion.  Steven’s community theatre debut was at the Willows Theatre in the 1979 production of “Fiddler of the Roof”, where he played the Innkeeper and a Bottle Dancer. 

Steven was also involved as one of three young producers for the Willows Youth Theatre during the summer of 1979 co-producing the shows “Enter Laughing”, “Once Upon a Mattress”, and “Godspell”. Steven received his BA in drama with a lyric theatre emphasis at San Francisco State

Steven’s other numerous Bay Area theatrical credits include leading or supporting roles in "Titanic", “George M!”, “Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” (Shellie Winner), “Oklahoma”, “Guys and Dolls”, “Sugar”, and “My Fair Lady for CCMT, "Secret Garden". "Oliver", “Fiddler on the Roof, “Lil Abner”, “Promises, Promises”, at The Willows,  and numerous Bay Area productions for Diablo Valley College, Solano College, Onstage, and Woodminster Amphitheatre.

During a recent 10 year period in Los Angeles Steven had lead roles in the independent feature film ”Red Herring”, where he played the role of General Amos, Chief Security Officer to the President, and the three part children’s videos “Magic Power Scouts”, where he played the wacky warlock Brandon Twinkleflash.  Steven also co-produced Magic Power Scouts with partner David Scott Harris under their production company banner Blue Giraffe Productions.   Steven can also be seen in a brief moment of the film “Catch Me If You Can”.

Recent film credits include Blue Giraffe’s “The Devil’s Confessional” (where Steven co-produced and appears in), and the upcoming "Isobel".