Steve is currently revisiting the role of LOMPER in an eight-part follow-up TV series for Disney+ of THE FULL MONTY.
TRAINING: Rose Bruford College of Speech and Drama
Television credits include: The Full Monty, Doctors, Scott & Bailey, 4 O’Clock Club, Casualty, Coronation Street, The Royle Family, The Street, Dinnerladies, The Royal Today, Born And Bred, Wire In The Blood, The Drew Carey Show, The Last Train, Backup, Woof!, Heartbeat, The Royal, Cardiac Arrest, City Central, Cracker, Emmerdale, Out Of The Blue, Peak Practice, Stay Lucky, Where The Heart Is.
Theatre credits include: Goodnight Mr Tom (Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds), Trackers Of Oxyrhincus (Royal National Theatre), They Don’t Pay We Won’t Pay, When We Are Married, The Mysteries, Richard III (Northern Broadsides – UK Tour), The Last Train To Scarborough, With Bells On! (Stephen Joseph Theatre), Losing The Plot (John Godber Company), Dumb Show, Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay, Brassed Off! (Oldham Coliseum), Brothers Together (Sheffield Theatre), Brassed Off, The Three Musketeers (Sheffield Crucible) , Frankie (York Theatre Royal) Sleeping Beauty (Pantoni), Alice In Wonderland (Lichfield Garrick), Our House (Hull Truck), Sleeping Beauty (Harrogate Theatre), The Nativity (Bolton Octagon), Fat Brenda My Flamin’ Story (Flamin’ Beltin’ Productions), The Magic Book, Beauty & The Beast (Action Transport), Fifty Feet And Falling (Shoestring Theatre Company), Antigone (Blah, Blah, Blah), When Saturday Comes (Pint O’ Bitter Productions), Canterbury Tales (Cleveland Theatre Company), Bow Down (Major Road Theatre Company), Dr Swagger’s Winter Cure All (Interplay Community Theatre), Out Of The Ashes (Leeds Laughing Stock), The Life Of Galileo (Hampshire Theatre In Education), Away From Home, Out For Justice (Leeds Theatre In Education).
Film credits include: Glaciers, Peterloo, Full Monty, The Navigators, Shandyland, Among Giants, The Runaways, When Saturday Comes, Los Angeles Without A Map, Prometheus, Leagues Apart, Ana Begins, Honeymoon, Going Postal, Domestic, Tommy Tough.