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Overview (1)

Height 6' 2" (1.88 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Steven DeFord Hauck was born on September 10, 1959 to Donald and Margery Hauck, both divinity students at Princeton Theological Seminary. The family moved to Texas, where Steve acquired three younger siblings and a passion for the arts-literature, music, and especially the theater. He trained in the classics; honed his craft in summer stock, tours and regional plays; and made made his Broadway debut opposite dramatic powerhouse Tovah Feldshuh in "Irena's Vow." Other stage highlights include "The Velocity of Autumn" on Broadway, and off-Broadway productions of Moises Kaufman's adaptation of Tennessee Williams' "One Arm"; "The Screwtape Letters," and "Spy Garbo," which the New York Times said "generates poignancy, thanks to Mr. Hauck's soulful performance." Steve lives in Manhattan where he acts, directs, coaches and writes. He serves on the Board of Trustees of Unity of New York, a spiritual center dedicated to the creative power that connects us to Spirit and to each other.

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Trivia (2)

He plays the character of a butler named Dawes in the series "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel". This appears to be a nod to legendary voice-over actor Daws Butler.
Starred in a workshop production of David A. Gregory's new play "Hank & Jim Build a Plane", a two-hander about the friendship between Henry Fonda & James Stewart, at Le Petit Théâtre Du Vieux Carré in New Orleans in the fall of 2019.

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