Steven Komito (Steven Kennith Gaswirth)
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BiographyMiami, Florida, USA
Steven Komito began to study acting in 1993 with Patti Maloney at SUNY Rockland in New York. In 1996 he co-starred on a TV show for USA Networks called Up All Night with Rhonda Shear. Steve also appeared in television commercials and worked on several New York Film Academy short films. In 2000 he went to Hollywood, California continuing his studies with several teachers such as Amanda Hendon, Sal Romeo, Janice Allen, Michael Sonntag and currently with Johnny Coppola. Read more... film called Desolate City. In 2006 he had a Supporting role in a feature film called "Al Qarem (2006)" and also starred in commercials for Hollywood Previews and Hahm Motorsports. In 2007 Steve played a supporting role in a short comedy called "A Guy Named Murphy (2007)" on Steven Speilberg's reality show website thelot.com. In 2008 he had a supporting role in a short independent film called My Michelle. In 2010 Steve had a supporting role in an independent film called "Zombie Chronicles: The Infected (2010)". In 2010 he played a leading role in "Zombie Chronicles: Infected Survivors (2015)". In 2011 Steve played supporting and lead roles in several independent feature films such as Killer Heels, "Boricuamagic (2011)", Ten Buck Baton, Modern Warfare based on the video game Call of Duty 3, The Nature of Honor, Stilo, and "Brooklyn Gangster: The Story of Jose Lucas (2012)" (The Jose Lucas Story). In 2012 he played a supporting role on an Investigation Discovery Channel show called Evil I for an episode The Hustler. He also played supporting roles in a full feature film called "Rough Edge", a full featured comedy called Your Roommate and an independent film called "Kingdom Come". In 2013 Steve played supporting roles in several independent feature films such as "Knuckle Draggers (2009)", Income Tax, Second Chances, Born To A Good World, The Last of Us based on the video game, Man with a Gun, a TV pilot called I Love Bobby directed by Sean Young and a reoccurring role in a TV series called Hit Men.