Stephen Lord

1972

Stephen trained at Salford College of Music and Drama and graduated with the highest Grade A Distinction.Stephen's love affair for film and TV soon began with his debut role in Cannes winner, Raining Stones (1993), a Ken Loach film and then the lead as"Jonno Fox" in the award-winning "Common As Muck" (1994)_, for the BBC, which led him to BAFTA recognition.His solid performances as "Darwin Craven" in two series of Carla Lane's comedy for the BBC Luv (1993), Into the Fire (1996) by award-winning writer, Tony Marchant, led to 2 series of City Central (1998), for the BBC, playing rookie cop, "PC Steve Jackson".Stephen's next job was the hard-hitting drama, Real Men (2003), by Frank Deasy, playing the sexually abused and abuser, "Alex Collins", directed by Sallie Aprahamian for David Snodin, at the BBC, which created much controversy, whilst receiving great reviews. His talent also led him to play the guest lead in the popular TV series, Sea of Souls (2004), for the BBC.A familiar face on

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