Stephen Walters is a British actor praised for his portrayal of a wide range and variety of characters in both drama and comedy. With his versatile performances, he has appeared in both British television works and films.
Above all, he is the master to perform unpredictable, complex roles with a wide range of dialect accents and backgrounds like American, Scottish, Irish, Eastern European, Cockney, Mancunian, and others.
With such talents, Stephen can be seen in some of the hit movies and TV shows. To list, some of his works are Heart in 1999, Liam in 2000, Mean Machine in 2001, Batman Begins in 2005, Hannibal Rising in 2007, Franklyn in 2008, Powder in 2011, Springhill from 1996 to 1997, Buried in 2003, The Visit in 2007, Great Night Out in 2013, Outlander from 2014 to 2016, Tin Star in 2017, and Shetland in 2018.
Stephen Walters’ Bio: Age
Stephen Walters stands at a height of 5 feet and 8 inches (1.73 meters).
He was born on 22nd May 1975 in Merseyside, England, the UK with the birthname Stephen Martin Walter.
His mother passed away when he was seventeen-years-old. He can be found remembering his mother and mentioning his 80-year old father (as of 2019) on his social media posts.
Stephen Walters posing for a selfie in New York City on 5th June 2017 (Source: Stephen Walters' Twitter)
As of his education, he completed his school education at Saint Wilfrid's Secondary School. Then he went to Southport College in 1990 and graduated with a Business and Technology Education Council (BTEC) degree in Performing Arts in 1992.
By this time, Stephen was determined to pursue a career in acting. So he went to one of the prestigious drama school, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in 1994 and was trained there until 1996.
Stephen Walters is married to his wife. The couple is blessed with a son named Marlow.
While still in his high school, Stephen Walters made his television debut in five different projects including ITV’s series, Dramarama’s episode Ghost Story through a now-defunct agency run by fellow Liverpudlian actor, Ricky Tomlinson.
For his mind-blowing performance in Ragged, he was nominated alongside Derek Jacobi for the Royal Television Society Award as Best Actor in a single drama.
Coincidentally, Stephen played the lead role of Ricky Tomlinson in one-off drama, Ragged in 2013.
He plays lead and rhythm guitar, drums and a little piano.
Stephen is also a member of The Disco Smith Band, an indie group based in Liverpool, England.
On 7 July 2018, he congratulated his son and wife for winning 5k muddy run for cancer.
On 9 August 2019, he wished his son on his 8th birthday.