Steven's first role was the lead opposite Damon Wayans in "MAJOR PAYNE". He went on to star opposite Mariska Hargitay as a series regular on NBC's PRINCE STREET. Steven then moved behind the scenes to co-write, produce and star in "SMILING FISH & GOAT ON FIRE" with his high school friend Kevin Jordan, which won the Discovery Award at the Toronto Film Festival. His next script, "LYME LIFE", was accepted into the Sundance Filmmakers lab, a creative workshop. He made the film in 2009, starring Alec Baldwin, Timothy Hutton, and Emma Roberts, this time winning the International Federation of Film Critics award at Toronto.
Steven was also a staff writer on TV series such as "SOUTH BEACH" and "FLASH GORDON", and an actor/writer/producer of the upcoming films "BOLDEN" starring Anthony Mackie and "LOUIS" starring Jackie Earl Haley.
Writer / Actor / Executive Producer
Nic has been performing for large crowds of people since age 8. As a kid, he would give comical speeches to organizations in order to raise money for the Little People of America. He was awarded an academic scholarship to Temple University's Fox school of business where he graduated cum laude double majoring in Marketing and Entrepreneurship.
His experiences in stand-up comedy soon led to an interest in acting. Nic studied acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, School of Film and Television in New York, and improvisational comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade in Los Angeles.
He joined a start up Production/Marketing Company called Instant Gratification Entertainment, and began a career in Producing. He's produced several independent movies, commercials, music videos, and developed Marketing campaigns for Sony, Universal and many other companies. In between producing projects he's managed to flourish as an actor appearing on The Sopranos, ABC's Private Practice, Starz's Headcase, Sony's Drop Dead Diva, and on Saturday Night Live in a recurring role as "ALFIE". Currently he has a recurring role on HBO's hit show “BOARDWALK EMPIRE".
Kevin attended New York University's film school where he received the inaugural Martin Scorsese Young Filmmaker Scholarship. Upon graduation Scorsese invited Kevin to Morocco where he observed on the set of "KUNDUN".
Kevin's first feature film "SMILING FISH & GOAT ON FIRE", won the Discovery Award at the Toronto International Film Festival and was distributed domestically by IDP- Goldwyn. The inspiration for his next narrative feature, "BROOKLYN LOBSTER", starring Danny Aiello and Jane Curtin came from his own family's lobster shop in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn. The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival presented by Martin Scorsese and was domesticlaly distributed by Netflix.
In 2005 he formed a commercial production company JBE with his brothers Darren and Brian producing and directing promos for A&E and commercials for agencies including Grey, Y&R and BBDO.
Writer / Director / Producer
Writer / Actor / Producer