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Steve McCarten Profile from: http://www.stevemccarten.com/
Steve studied drama at Bournemouth University and on stage with Dramatic Productions at Lighthouse Theatre Poole.
It was during the early part of 2009 that Dramatic Productions was formed by director, Sasha Paul, and he quickly became one of the resident players. His time with DP enabled him to play a range of characters including Geoffrey from Alan Ayckbourn's 'Absurd Person Singular' and Mitch from the superb Tennessee Williams play 'A Streetcar Named Desire' alongside the wonderful Nicole Faraday and Emma Quinn.
These productions relied heavily on dramatic performance, comedy timing and hard work. Garnering praise for his role as Mitch in particular, Steve has turned his attention to more character driven roles and productions. In the last few years Steve has channeled his energy into Film and TV, having worked with Bradley Walsh on ITV's 'The Odd One In' and 'James Corden's World Cup Football', he's no stranger to TV.
The last few years have seen Steve take on more demanding and mature roles, he is especially looking forward to reprising his role as Harry Devore from the British thriller 'Glass Eyes'.
Alongside Steve's energetic acting career, he has also been working closely with a number of industry professionals and now is in command of his very own Production Company 'Kinetic Film'. Although started off specializing in corporate film, the company and Steve are looking forward to the future and the development of theatrical film and TV series.
Steve's latest achievements include the role of Cpl. Bullock in Tile Films beautiful depiction of the uprising in Dublin 1916 'A Terrible Beauty'. Having an amazing Festival circuit and was broadcast on Bloomberg, History channel, and Irish channel TG4 and BBC2 in England.
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