Steven Balwin is a well-known actor, producer, author and director. He is best known for appearing in such movies as “The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas”, “The Usual Suspects”, “Bio-Dome”, and“The Flyboys”, plus many others.
Steven Balwin’s Age & Early Life
Steven Balwin was born in 1966, in Massapequa, New York, USA. His full name is Stephen Andrew Baldwin.
Steven Balwin’s Educational Background
Steven Balwin studied at the Berner High School where he started as an opera singer. Later he attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
Steven Balwin’s Family
Steven Balwin is not the only child of his parents. He was raised together with his brothers; Alec, William and Daniel Baldwins, who are also famous and celebrated actors. They are even referred to as the “Baldwin brothers”. There’s no information about his parents.
Steven Balwin’s Career
Stephen’s acting career began after graduating fro the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
In 1988, he debuted his first role in the movie called “The Beast”, on which he worked with such actors as George Dzundza, Jason Patric, Steven Bauer, Don Harvey and Erick Avari.
He then starred in movies and television shows, including “The Young Riders”, “Threesome”, “Last Exit to Brooklyn” and others.
In 2002, Stephen was a part of the show called “Celebrity Mole Hawaii”. He also appeared on “Celebrity Apprentice”, “I’m Celebrity…Get Met out of Here!” etc.
Steven Balwin’s Nomination
Steven Balwin has been nominated for DVD Premiere Award and has won the NBR Award.
Steven Balwin’s Quotes & Comments
Steven Balwin is famously known for his strong religious beliefs and for his legal problems. He mostly makes comments on matters in the country and how he feels it should be applied.
Speaking on the 2016 presidential election, Steven Balwin said, ‘Let’s focus on who’s the right person. That decision has been made. Now we have to do our best to just continue to positively try to do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”
Speaking on the Bono’s crusade against poverty in Africa, he shared, “You would do far more good if you just preached the gospel of Jesus rather than trying to get rid of Third World debt relief”.
“When I was younger I wanted to be in the loop and pimp around town with the big shots and supermodels and all that crap. These days, though, I’d rather ride my motorcycle during the day, then have my kid chase me around the living room with a broom when I get home. I don’t feel the need to feed my ego the way I used to.”
“I thought Bio-Dome (1996) was pretty cool. I had fun making it and I’m a huge Pauly Shore fan. I’d go to his movies and be on the floor of the aisle, convulsing with laughter. And, in the meantime, my wife would sit in her chair, saying, ‘Honey, what’s wrong with him?’ She just didn’t get it. But Bio-Dome (1996) was whack. Now I get all these seven- and 12-year-old kids coming up to me on the street, saying, ‘Yo, dude! You rule.’ That was what I wanted, for those guys to dig me”.
“I don’t care what reviewers think. If somebody hates a performance of mine, I kind of get a kick out of it. It amuses me when critics take something so irrelevant as a movie so seriously. Movies are silly. They’re entertainment. For someone to take time out of his own life and sit down and dissect a movie…What’s the point?”
Steven Balwin’s Net worth
Steven Balwin has an estimated net worth of $5 million, with most of his wealth gained through his appearances on different projects including acting and television commercials.
Steven Balwin’s Filmography
- Golikov, The Beast (also known as The Beast of War), Columbia, 1988
- Luna Park drunk, Homeboy, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1989
- Sal, Last Exit to Brooklyn (also known as Letzte Ausfahrt Brooklyn), Cinecom, 1989
- Billy Vorsovich, Born on the Fourth of July, Universal, 1990
- Danny Morgan, Crossing the Bridge, Buena Vista, 1992
- Travis, Bitter Harvest, Prism Entertainment, 1993
- Jimmy “Little J” Teeters, Posse, Gramercy, 1993
- Tuff Hedeman, Eight Seconds (also known as Eight Seconds to Glory and The Lane Frost Story), New Line Cinema, 1994
- Stuart, Threesome, TriStar, 1994
- Tanny Newland, A Simple Twist of Fate, Buena Vista, 1994
- Leon, Fall Time, Live Entertainment, 1994
- Roger Spalding, Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle (also known asMrs. Parker and the Round Table), Fine Line, 1994
- Michael McManus, The Usual Suspects (also known as Die Ueblichen Verdaechtigen), Gramercy, 1995
- Buzzard Wall, Under the Hula Moon, Trident Releasing, 1995
- Bobby McMahon, Crimetime, Trimark Pictures, 1996
- Doyle Johnson, Bio-Dome, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1996
- Mark Dodge, Fled, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1996
- Bo Dietl, One Tough Cop, Stratosphere Entertainment, 1998
- Officer, Troy, Cross Country, 1998
- MacGyver Smoker, Half Baked, 1998
- Murphy, The Sex Monster, Trimark Pictures, 1999
- Jon, Friends & Lovers, Universal Studios Home Video, 1999
- Barney Rubble, The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas (also known as The Flintstones 2), MCA/Universal, 1999
- Mechanic, Mercy, Columbia TriStar Home Video, 2000
- Jimmy, Table One, 2000
- Protection, Alliance Atlantis Communications, 2001
- Biff, Keeping It Real: The Adventures of Greg Walloch, Avatar Films, 2001
- Clay Harding, Spider’s Web, Columbia TriStar/Mainline Releasing, 2001
- Greenmail, Blockbuster Video, 2001
- Sean Linden, Slap Shot 2: Breaking the Ice, Universal Home Entertainment, 2002
- Johnny, Deadrockstar, Brink Films/Mosaic Films, 2002
- Andy, Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead, Hollywood Pictures, 2002
Television Appearances/ Series
- William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody, The Young Riders, ABC, 1989-1992
- Eddie Carlucci, Jury Duty: The Comedy (also known as The GreatAmerican Sex Scandal), ABC, 1990
- Adams, New Eden, 1994
- Weed, Dead Weekend, Showtime, 1995
- Rick Postley, Sub Down (also known as Crush Depth), USA Network, 1997
- John Trace, Scar City (also known as S.C.A.R. and Scarred City), HBO, 1998
- Caleb Barnes, Absence of the Good, HBO, 1999
- First clone and third Toffler, X Change, HBO, 2000
- Agent Vic Cooper (some sources cite Victor Caruso), Cutaway, USA Network, 2000
- Jack Bauer, Zebra Lounge (also known as Rendez-vous au Zebra Lounge), HBO, 2001
- Desmond Caine, Dead Awake, Cinemax, 2001
- Gutter Pup, “The Prodigious Hickey” (also known as “The Prodigious Mr. Hickey” and “The Prodigious Mr. William Hicks”), American Playhouse, PBS, 1987
- Gutter Pup, “The Return of Hickey” (also known as “The Lawrenceville Stories”), American Playhouse, PBS, 1988
- (As Steve Baldwin) Chuck Berry, “All about E.V.E.,” China Beach, 1988
- Bobby, “Beyond Therapy,” Family Ties, 1988
- Jimmy Siringo, “Mr. Pratt Goes to Sheridan,” Legend, UPN, 1995
- Himself, The Roseanne Show, syndicated, 1998
- Voice of Charlie “Big Time” Bigelow, “Big Time,” Batman Beyond, The WB, 2000
- Barry, “The Doghouse,” Night Visions, Fox, 2001
- Himself, “Celebrity Edition II,” Fear Factor, NBC, 2002
- Host, Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve ’92, ABC, 1991
- Host, In a New Light: Sex Unplugged, ABC, 1995
- Art Mann’s 10th Anniversary Winter Special, E! Entertainment Television, 1997
- Narrator, The Wild Ride of Outlaw Bikers, Arts and Entertainment,1999
- Gary Busey, Arts and Entertainment, 2001
- Himself, The Belles of Bleecker Street (pilot), ABC, 1991
- Marty Stillwater and Alfie, Dean Koontz’s Mr. Murder (miniseries;also known as Mr. Murder), ABC, 1998
- John, His Story, Lamb’s Theatre, New York City, 1997
Recordings (Video Games)
- Voice, Freespace 2, Interplay Productions/Volition, 1999