Steve Wall Showreel
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Steve recently completed his first lead role in a new Dutch-produced feature film about the last days of the legendary jazz musician Chet Baker. Shot in Amsterdam in late 2016, it is currently in post-production. His other credits include: the role of Detective Coleman in the major RTE drama series “Rebellion” set against the backdrop of Ireland’s 1916 Easter Rising. He played the smooth baddie Dominic Fitzroy in the first two episodes of season three of the global crime drama “Crossing Lines” starring Donald Sutherland. For the BBC he completed “Silent Witness”, aired in January 2015, in which he plays a major role. In “Vikings” he played the scheming Einar in seasons two, three and four and he played the original Mountie, Sam Steele, in two seasons of “An Klondike” for TG4, now on Netflix as “Dominion Creek”. Steve landed a significant, recurring role as Danny Moone in all three series of the Chris O’Dowd comedy “Moone Boy” for Sky Television and completed the horror film ‘Dark Touch’ (2013) by the French director Marina de Van. In Sept 2015 he won Best Actor in a Leading Role at the San Diego Horror Film Festival for his role as Peter in the short film “Ghost Train” (2013). In 2014 Steve completed another short “Anywhere But Here” directed by John Hayes and in the summer of 2015 he appeared alongside actors Peter Coonan and Moe Dunford in the award-winning short “Gridlock”.
Steve is also known as the lead singer and songwriter with legendary Irish bands The Walls and The Stunning.