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Michael Lee Stever Vampire Promo

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Published on Nov 2, 2010

Michael Stever has spent the last twenty years wearing numerous hats in the Entertainment industry. At seventeen, he produced his first film in conjunction with Sacramento High School's Media Production facility. It would be nearly twenty years before finding himself behind the camera again. College years found Stever pursuing studies in communications, journalism as well as film making. Since then, he has come to officially call New York City his home. Theater, Film & Television credits include the role of Joe Hardy in NETworks national tour of Damn Yankees, Diesel in a Berlin-based Broadway production of West Side Story, the manic Mortimer Brewster in Arsenic and Old Lace opposite film & theater legends Betty Garrett and Carole Cook, shows at the prestigious Paper mill Playhouse, and New York city's historic Radio City Christmas Spectacular. He even sports a hilarious fight scene opposite the notorious Traci Lords in an episode of the sci-fi series Super Force.
Stever worked for nearly three years as Unit Production Manager on the critically acclaimed documentary, Broadway; The Golden Age. He hails this experience as one of the most important in his career. "I learned more about the workings of independent film and the history of New York Theater than I did in nearly twenty years as a working actor." In 2004 he had a reading of his first play, Erzsebet. A true to life account of notorious sixteenth century Hungarian Countess Erzsebet Bathory. More recently, he's just finished an exhilarating stint behind the camera, & unearthing archival data on the beauteous screen icon Fay Wray for the upcoming documentary Fay Wray: A Life. More recently, he became signatory with The Screen Actors Guild for his directorial debut independent feature, 'Ghosts Of Zion.' In March of 2010, Stever documented the now historic George A. Romero family reunion at the Saturday Nightmares Horror Expo. His homage to the 'epic bloodbath of genre luminaries' took place at the landmark Jersey City Loews Movie Palace where he interviewed the likes of Adrienne Barbeau, actor John Amplas and filmmaker Roy Frumkus.

To Learn more, visit; www.michaelstever.net
or
www.saturdaynightmaresthemovie.com

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