Steve Sherman is a first year MFA Actor at UT. CBT credits: The Whipping Man (Caleb), Our Country’s Good (Major Ross/Ketch Freeman). Steve hails from Washington State and holds a B.A. in Theatre from Western Washington U. where his original play Brian & Joe was awarded by The Kennedy Center. As an actor he has worked in New York and regionally in numerous plays and independent films. As a writer, his plays have been produced in New York and regionally, and as a comedian/improviser he has performed at venues like The Hollywood Improv & The Comedy Store. Thanks to everyone at the CBT for a great season. Love and thanks to God, family, friends and Hana for helping me to always look on the bright side!
Steve Sherman is a first year MFA Acting candidate at UT and was last seen as Major Ross/Ketch Freeman in Our Country’s Good. He received degrees in Theatre & Education from Western Washington Univ. where his original play Brian & Joe won an award from The Kennedy Center where he was invited for acting & playwriting. As an actor he has worked on a national tour, at regional theaters including the Tony winning O’Neill Theater Center, in NYC with Blue Man Group and in numerous plays and indie films. In L.A. he performed improv & stand up at venues like The Hollywood Improv, iO West and The Comedy Store. As a writer, his plays have been produced in NYC and regionally. Love and thanks to Hana & family.