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Overview (3)

Born in Dover, New Hampshire, USA
Birth NameStephen Joseph Wozniak
Height 5' 10" (1.78 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Stephen Wozniak is an actor known for performing dynamic, intense roles in such national network television series as CBS' NCIS: Los Angeles, NBC's American Dreams, Paramount's Star Trek: Enterprise and CBS' The District, among others. He played the lead role of 'Jesus' in the double Emmy Award-nominated television special, Time Machine: Beyond The DaVinci Code, as well as a key roles in the highly acclaimed theatrical feature The Love Witch ("Impossible to resist." - The New York Times) and Chaos ("Well-shot and convincingly acted." - TV Guide). He has performed lead roles in national commercial campaigns for such brands as CDW, directed by Craig Gillespie (Academy Award-winning I, Tonya) and Apple, directed by John Hillcoat (Triple 9, starring Kate Winslet). Stephen is also a professional media producer and screenwriter who owns and operates the production company Inevitable Film Group in Los Angeles.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Millennium Talent Management

Trivia (1)

His first film appearance was as a 'Corny Collins' dancer in the John Waters' comedy feature film Hairspray (1988).

Personal Quotes (2)

I truly love acting the most. Directing is fun and production is fun as a director. Writing is great when you're on a roll, of course. Producing is the toughest. I am probably the most comfortable acting. I like that specific type of collaboration. As an actor, I have to trust my director, crew and cast, then give a performance and walk away hoping for the best outcome. When you write, you often get to control every little aspect of what you do, and some people love that. Instead, I actually like the aspect of chance that comes up as an actor, even with all the preparation that I do to develop a character. Acting is also a great way to understand people. That includes the people who you play and the people who you play against. And I think that is essential in life. We need the movies, literature and such to keep a grip on this thing called life.
My advice is to stay with it. Half of what you offer above your craft is your stick-to-it-ness. The longer you are in it, the more it feels like something you wear and people recognize your ease, as such. That helps to insure you get work, in some cases. Also, I would say to watch your medium. Look at great movies, look at the best in TV, study filmmakers, figure out what they do and why you are interested in them. Stay connected to why you love it and what it means, as much as your expression of the craft in the day-to-day of working on a project. Oh, that and stay healthy. So, eat your veggies, get plenty of shuteye, and hit the gym in some way, shape or form. I know, nerdy advice, but it works. So, in review: Stick around, study what you do and love, and stay alive to do it.

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