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Steve is originally from London’s East End and started acting later in life. Having performed in the Olympics 2012 and UEFA Final 2013 (Wembley), Steve took the bull by the horns and started learning the profession of acting.

Steve joined three Repertory Theatre Companies, featuring new writing, Shakespeare, and the classics. These repertory theatres were: Jorvik Repertory Theatre specialising in Shakespeare, Contexture Theatre with new writing. This was whilst attending Sylvia Young Adult drama classes, and Scene II (now RTA) as well as Contexture adult classes in Bishops Stortford.

His first performances in the two opening ceremonies provided him with a wealth of knowledge and vicarious awards.

His first professional role was gained following his final showcase at RTA, which also gained him his first agent. From this excellent start in 2016, he went on to attend Guildhall School of Music and Drama for their theatre classes focusing on Shakespeare. In his final showcase, Steve played the titular role in King Lear.

Following GSMD, Steve landed the lead role in Collaboration at Harlow Theatre playing Strauss in 2019. The reviews were very promising and two lead roles in feature films followed swiftly. The Accidental Spy alongside Ramsey Noah and Just 13 which premiered at Cannes in 2019. Steve played Lorraine Chase’ love interest in Casualty and Michael Heseltine in The Crown.

Following the pandemic, Steve bounced back into theatre with the lead role in Lady Gabor at the Hen & Chickens. 2022 for Steve was as a featured artist in the new Apple Series Hijack alongside Idris Elba. He can currently be seen in Grace, this is going to hurt, The man who fell to Earth, and Killing Eve (Bridegrooms Father).

Equally at home in front of either an audience or a camera, Steve always strives to be the best actor he can be.