Stephen Curry Biography
Stephen became a household name with his breakout role in the Australian feature film The Castle, playing the character of Dale Kerrigan opposite Michael Caton and Eric Bana.
Other feature films include Save Your Legs, The Cup, Rogue, Thunderstruck, The Night We Called It A Day, Take Away, The Nuggett, The Wogboy, Cut and Silver Strand. He also appeared in the IF Awards nominated Best Short Film for 2008 You Better Watch Out with Chris Haywood and Dan Wylie.
Television shows include most recently Time of Our Lives, Redfern Now, Rake 2, Cliffy and Cloudstreet. Also, Wilfred; 30 Seconds, False Witness; The Informant; The Secret Life of Us; Changi; Frontline; Queen Kat, Carmel and St Jude; Day of the Roses and Mary Bryant to name a few.
In 2007, he took on the challenging role of portraying one of Australia’s most legendary personalities, Graham Kennedy, in the Fremantle Media & TV1 biopic, The King.
He received many awards for this portrayal including an Australian Film Institute Award for Best Lead Actor in a television drama, a Silver Logie award for Most Outstanding Actor in a Drama and the ASTRA award for Most Outstanding Performance by an Actor.
Apart from film and television roles, Stephen has performed in theatre shows including the famous sketches of Peter Cook & Dudley Moore in Good Evening (with Shaun Micallef) at the Sydney Opera House, Melbourne Comedy Festival, Brisbane and Perth.
He was the Host at the AFI Awards in Melbourne in 2008 and has presented at the AFI Awards (2003 & 2007), IF Awards (2011), ASTRA Awards (2011 & 2008) and Logies (2011 & 2012).