Steven Strafford

Steven Strafford is a Brooklyn-born, Jersey-raised actor and writer. He has been seen in Spamalot (directed by Mike Nichols) as Prince Herbert and 4 other characters (He’s the guy who said, “I’m not dead yet,” amongst other things.)  He has performed in Europe in Grease! as Eugene and throughout Asia as The Herald in Cinderella (w/ Lea Salonga). He toured the US as Cecco in Peter Pan. Steven has worked regionally at Portland Stage Company (playing multiple roles inThe Snow Queen, Bob Crachit in A Christmas Carol and  Edgar and Jane in The Mystery of Irma Vep.  At Sacramento Music Circus, he reprised his roles in Spamalot and will soon be playing Margaret Meade in Hair.  At Cape Playhouse, he played multiple roles in As Bees in Honey Drown. At  Bakerloo Theatre Project, Steven played Antonio in Twelfth Night, Otto in Design For Living and Costard in Love's Labour's Lost.  Steven most recently has been seen in Chicago as Jesus and Stephen Hawking in End Days at Windy City Playhouse, as Aesop in Love and Other Fables with FWD Theatre Project and as multiple roles (including Jesus) in Songs For a More Funnier World at Uptown Underground.  Steven is the author and performer of the award winning, critically acclaimed show, Methtacular! which has had productions in New York, Chicago, Cincinnati and California.  He has been seen in the Funny or Die hit video, "Glitzy Babes," and he once won 16,000 dollars on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.

Location Chicago
Union None
Union 2 Equity
Height 5'9"