Stephen did all of his growing up in the Northeast. His talents for singing and performing were noticed at a young age and his curiouisty has always found him immersed in a multitude of diverse projects and interests.
After entering NYC's vibrant theater scene Stephen was soon Off-Broadway in Charles Busch's Shanghai Moon with The Drama Dept and the innaugural year of NYMF's produciton of And The Earth Moved by Timothy Huang. Following that, he played Ferdinand in The Tempest with Shakespeare on the Sound, and was called down to Washington DC to spend a full season with Michael Kahn at The Shakespeare Theater Company, performing with Avery Brooks and Patrick Page in Othello, under the direction of Stephen Wadsworth in his critically acclaimed production of Don Juan, as well as a part of Ellen Mclaughin's award-winning translation of The Persions, directed by Ethan McSweeney.
Inspired by his experiences in DC, Stephen's return to New York City turned his interests to working on original works. He was the lead in two beloved cast's of NYC's newest Rock Musicals, Emerald Man at NYMF as well as Air Guitar in NYC Fringe. As well, he joined the company of Studio 42, starring in The Most Lamentable and Tragical Historie of the Barber-Surgeons, directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel. He is one of the founding members of F*IT Club, an Award-winning conglomerate of writers, actors, and Academy Award®-winning producers providing access to opportunity and original works. And most recently he joined the critically acclaimed company of The Tenant with Woodshed Collective.
In between stage apperances, Stephen's work in Telelvision began with HBO's The Wire, continued as one of the first gay characters on All My Children, as well as a stint in As The World Turns, multiple apperances in Law & Order: SVU opposite Marishka Hargitay, and the flagship Law & Order, and a quick arc in ABC's Six Degrees. Currently he stars as Nathaniel, the husband of the auteur to The Girls Guide to Depravity, in the only 30-minute comedy on the newly rebranded Cinemax.
Outside of performing, Stephen continues to write and play music live, in and around New York City, mostly applauded for creating songs in front of audiences at Naked Angels' critcally acclaimed Tuesdays@9p, a forum for original content. He has studied in various locations in the world, including The British American Drama Academy, The Upright Citizens Brigade, and The Actors Center. He continues to develop projects in theater, film, and television as an actor and writer.
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