Although native to Dundee, Scotland, Steven lived in East Africa when he was young, spending nine years in Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania. He experienced film for the first time in a drive-in cinema in Kenya. In 2002, having worked extensively in theatre, film and television in the UK, Steven was brought over to the US to star in Universal’s The Scorpion King. Following the success of his debut movie in the US, Steven’s work has included the HBO series “The Mind of the Married Man”, Stephen King’s “Diary of Ellen Rimbauer”, CSI, and more recently starring in the movies “Treasure Raiders” (2006) with David Carradine, “Say It In Russian” (2006) with Faye Dunnaway and XII (2007). Steven’s his first work was starring opposite Catherine Zeta Jones in the enormously popular British TV series “The Darling Buds of May”. He spent the next few years working consistently in British theatre and television before he was invited to Los Angeles to screen test for The Scorpion King. Steven has homes in London and Los Angeles.