Stephen James Anthony
Stephen James Anthony is a stage and screen actor based in New York City. Born and raised in small town Minnesota, Stephen made the move east, studying drama at Syracuse University and at Shakespeare’s Globe in London, England. Stephen graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BFA in Acting and subsequently relocated to Manhattan to began his professional career. After touring the county and working regionally, Stephen made his Off-Broadway debut at Lincoln Center Theater in The Grand Manner. Shortly thereafter, he made the next step up in the original Broadway cast of the Tony Award winning Best Play, War Horse. He would return to Broadway three years later in another London transfer. This time as a member of the original revival cast of the Tony Award winning Best Revival of a Play, Skylight. His work has also been recognized individually on the regional theater circuit, having been nominated for Best Supporting Actor in Broadway World’s Regional Theater Awards. Stephen continues to work regionally and in New York, appearing on television and film, and leading theater master classes. Most recently Stephen completed turns on primetime shows Gotham and Billions, set to air early this year.
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Stephen James Anthony
Stephen James Anthony is a stage and screen actor based in New York City. Born and raised in small town Minnesota, Stephen made the move east, studying drama at Syracuse University and at Shakespeare’s Globe in London, England.