Steve Rogers trained as an actor under Lee Strasberg and Shelley Winters at the 'Actors Studio, West and Don Eitner at ATA [American Theatre Arts.] Returning to his native London, Steve worked consistently in TV/Film/TVC's [incl. Pink Floyds 'The Wall', Space Riders, Lovejoy, King & Castle, Radio Phoenix, The Bill].
In the late '80's Steve established Theatre East, serving the theatre-poor community of London's east end with original plays of significant local interest. Most notably, the critically acclaimed 'Strike of 1889' which became a best-selling novel titled 'The Price of a Cigar' which he co-wrote.
Having persuaded Hollywood DP veteran Gene Talvin to use his hiatus running around the streets of Paris and Gordan Hickie to complete, Steve directed the micro-budgetted action feature 'Red Mercury.' Conception to Raindance Film Festival screening took just 7 weeks, and "it shows" says Steve. Yet this became Steve's crash course of 'the real film school.'
Now living in Sydney, Australia Steve continues writing both commissioned works and developing his own ideas for production.
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