Steve is a professional actor, writer, singer/songwriter, and theatre teacher currently residing in Portland, OR.  Born in England, he grew up in the Pacific Northwest and got the theatre bug as a senior in high school when he played a gangster in “Guys & Dolls.” After earning a BA in Music from Pacific University in Forest Grove, OR, he began performing in various musicals and plays in and around Portland. In 2002, he moved with his now wife, Sara, to London where he trained at The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.  During five years living in London, Steve's theatre, TV & film work took him to various places, including Regional England, Wales, Morocco, Iran, Baja and Germany.  In 2006 he was cast as the "NICK" understudy in the award winning Broadway to West End transfer of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"  Starring Kathleen Turner and Bill Irwin.  The production's success spawned a US National Tour where Steve understudied the same role.  He was fortunate enough to have had the opportunity to perform the role in LA at The Ahmanson Theatre.  From 2007-2011, Steve lived and worked as an actor, director, and teaching artist in New York City.  As well as earning an MSed in Educational Theatre from The City College of NY, he worked for The New Victory Theatre, The American Globe Theatre, and the Town Hall Education Outreach Program.  As well as acting and teaching,, Steve writes, records and edits music and has written various sketch comedy pieces, short films and plays.

Steve is currently a drama teacher/director at West Linn High School.  He recently appeared in episodes of GRIMM and LEVERAGE.