Raised on a farm in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, Casey watched as many movies as he could cram into a weekend. As soon as he finished school, he moved to the big city to begin his own acting career. With only English theater in Montreal, the opportunities were not abundant. Casey next moved to Toronto, where he found an agent and worked on the stage, on television commercials, and minor roles on CBC television. In 1977, his curiosity about other life styles took him to Rishikesh, a small town in India. Read more... studied meditation. All his personal needs were taken care of by the Hindu monks, who provided for Stevens and his introduction to yoga. After 6 months, tiring of the quiet lifestyle, he became anxious to get back to acting. He moved directly to Hollywood. After 5 months, and no luck, he called one of the top agencies in Hollywood and told them about a hot new talent in Hollywood. "You've got to see Casey Stevens". They agreed to see him, and the next day he had an agent with one of the top firms. He was first cast in the film "No Place To Hide." In 1978, he was cast in director Dale Whites film "Running Free." Next he was cast in Ron White's "A Boy From The Country." From there he was cast in "In Praise of Older Women" He worked in Canadian television in the shows "King of Kensington" and "The littlest Hobo." His biggest lead was as the male lead in "Prom Night." Casey Stevens died from an AIDS related illness in the mid 1980s.