From the day Stevie was born, he has been surrounded by show business. With his father a successful Hungarian/Australian juggler and his mother a commercial dancer from the UK, who went on to create a successful production company, Stevie’s unique childhood growing up and travelling around the world has exposed him to some of the greatest international entertainers teaching and inspiring him in music, comedy, circus, cabaret and theatre.
From the age of 8, he began studying classical guitar which then grew into a love for singing, writing and recording his own songs; busking and gigging in pubs, all the while developing his acting skills through many amateur and school productions.
Stevie’s professional career began when at the age of 18 the producers of the smash hit West End musical, Buddy, cast him to play Buddy Holly in their first production of the show at sea for P&O Cruises.
After performing and travelling the world for two years as Buddy and as a production singer/dancer in other shows, Stevie decided to hone his performance skills in Singing Acting and Dancing with a formal training at the prestigious Arts Educational School, in Chiswick achieving a BA (hons) degree in Musical Theatre. During his training, he would perform at theatres and festivals across the country in the UK’s premier Buddy Holly tribute shows, Buddy Holly and the Cricketers and other tribute shows.
Before graduating, Stevie was cast in his first West End role in the smash hit Broadway musical, Hairspray, at the Shaftesbury Theatre, London where he played Corny Collins Corny Collins alongside names such as Belinda Carlisle, Micky Dolenz, Brian Conley and Phill Jupitus.
Before moving onto his next West End show, he was chosen to be a member of the Supergroup performing on live television every week for Channel 5’s Glee inspired production called Don’t Stop Believing.
He soon went on to star in the London transfer of another Tony Award winning musical, Million Dollar Quartet where he played Carl Perkins at the Noel Coward Theatre and then was cast in the role of Perchick in the national tour of Fiddler on the Roof directed by Craig Revel Horwood starring Paul Michael Glaser.
Between all of these major musicals, Stevie would perform with some of London’s most premium party bands, Muzika and the Inferno Showband performing regularly at world famous London venues such as The Savoy, The Dorchester, and in the ‘dinosaur room’ of the Natural History Museum to name a few.
A new chapter began for Stevie, in 2015 when he decided to put together his own one man show and signed with Barry Ball Artists and quickly found himself receiving standing ovations as a headline entertainer performing his own show on premium American and European cruise lines including Celebrity, Holland America Line, Oceania, Seabourne, Regent, MSC, P&O and Costa. Gathering all of his experience and knowledge, and highlighting his diverse talents musically, theatrically and technically, Stevie now continues to perform his shows for cruise lines, hotel resorts and international corporate events around the world; and has now performed in all 7 continents (yes even Antartica!)
Stevie has been writing, recording and performing his own material since the age of 12. At the age of 14 he released a charity single raising funds in aid of the Kosovo Crisis, called Colourful World; he released another charity single called Close My Eyes for the Royal Marsden Cancer Hospital in honour of his mother who passed away from brain cancer; and he was asked to write the anthem for the football team, AFC Wimbledon, called This Is Our Time, which still plays before every match at their stadium.
Continuing to write and record original music, Stevie began posting songs on YouTube and Spotify, where he has two EPs and several singles. He also has started his own premium party showband and creates/produces shows for production companies and other aspiring performers.