Birthdate: Jan 14, 1981
Birthplace: London, Ontario, Canada
Steven was born in London, Ontario Canada to a Polish German mother and Canadian father whose family lineage descends from the Weskarini Algonquin First Nation people of La Petite Nation (Little Nation) from Western Quebec, Canada.A graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Steven was nominated for a Hollywood Discovery Award at the Hollywood Film Awards for his short film, Vodka, Winter and The Cry of Violin, for which he starred, wrote, directed and produced. The film, based on a true story about a Polish couple's perilous twilight plight to save their only son from a Nazi German labor camp during the last winter of WWII, was awarded 'Best International Short' at the New York Film Festival.Steven made his comedy debut in the summer blockbuster White Chicks becoming a fan favorite as Party Boy alongside the Wayans Brothers. That same year, Steven would receive critical acclaim as Young Eddie in Mitch Albom's, The Five People You Meet In Heaven, for which he starred opposite Academy Award Winner Jon Voight, Academy Award Nominee's Jeff Daniels, Ellen Burstyn and Emmy Winner Michael Imperioli, based on the New Times Best Selling novel.Steven has performed on stage including multiple stints in the title role of Hamlet and made his foray into the Los Angeles theater scene starring opposite Academy Winner's Al Pacino and Dianne Wiest and Academy Award Nominee, Jessica Chastain in August Strindberg's classic, The Father.Having taken a much needed hiatus to complete work on his feature film script Sheepdog that focuses on the plight of combat veterans assimilating back into civilian life, Steven recently returned to the small screen as Liam Cullen as a season two series lead on Netflix's Between co-starring Nickelodeon star Jennette McCurdy. The following year, Steven joined the cast of Robert Zemeckis' big budget documentary-drama, Medal of Honor..Steven returned behind the camera in early 2020, to direct himself in the feature film The Secret of Sinchanee for which he also wrote and produced. The film is executive produced by Joe Newcomb (Dallas Buyers Club), and co-stars former NFL'er and Green Beret Nate Boyer and actresses Tamara Austin (Walking Dead) and Laila Lockhart Kraner (Gabby's Dollhouse, Black-ish). The film made its UK premiere at the 2021 Raindance Film Festival in London and was an official selection at 12 International Film Festivals, garnering 3 Wins and 8 Nominations. In October 2021, on a micro-production budget, the film was released worldwide via Vertical Entertainment. The New York Times claimed, "Grayhm's feature debut is a slow-burn thriller that deftly weaves issues of mental illness and family traumas into a cautionary tale set on sacred land. Logan Fulton...makes rural Massachusetts look simultaneously like a winter wonderland and a hellscape."In 2020, Steven founded Team House Studios. A Film and TV Production company committed to empowering military veterans in front and behind the camera through real hands on training, aimed to create an equal opportunity environment for all genders and backgrounds. The Secret of Sinchanee is the first film released under the new banner that employed 11 US military veterans and one Gold Star Sister.Steven is currently in pre-production on his feature film Sheepdog that focuses on the plight of US veterans returning home from combat.