BiographyEustis, Florida, USA
Stephen grew up in suburban Baltimore County, enjoying a normal childhood. He never had direct aspirations on becoming an actor but was always a fan of films. In 2004, Stephen was walking by an 'on location' set of the HBO series 'The Wire' and was asked if he was interested in working as an extra. He said "Sure." His picture was taken and he was called some six months later. Never working as a background artist, he was nervous, and thought it was a one time deal. Read more... coroner. In affect, Stephen grew into wanting more work. In 2005 he went to a general casting call for the now defunct ABC/Touchstone Series 'Commander In Chief.' Stephen met casting director Jeanne Boisineau, and thats where opportunities budded. About a week later he was called by Jeanne Boisineau and was asked if he was interested in becoming the Military Consultant for the funeral scenes of the Pilot of 'Commander In Chief.' Stephen heartily accepted. Through various phone conferences with Jeanne Boisineau, & James Spies (Producer) the task was in order. Cast & wardrobe 30 military men for the funeral scene. He was then asked if he would be interested in doing a supporting role, the 'Honor Guard Commander.' Stephen was humbled so early in his acting career. The shoot went as planned, and went off without a hitch. Stephen had made an impact, often running between the first and second unit, coordinating with Rod Lurie (Director & former US Army Officer)and often looking through the camera lense, making sure the picture was perfect. Stephen had learned alot and secured his first contract as an actor. Stephen credits his success to Jeanne Boisineau & Pat Moran.