Steve Gluck

Steve Gluck

The Sequitorian Society

Salem, Connecticut

Member Since:
September 2015
Last online:
> 2 weeks ago
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About Steve

SAG/AFTRA, Harvard educated, Method-schooled, California-trained, New York raised, Africa travelled, Global citizen.

Steve Gluck left Brooklyn in 1974 at the age of 22, traveling to Berkeley California where he lived for the next 30 years. After his divorce from child-prodigy violinist Elisa Claudio in 1983, he studied acting under Larry Menkin, creator of the Captain Video TV Series, in San Rafael, California. He also studied with Jean Shelton of Shelton Studios in San Francisco. He was accepted as a member of the Screen Actors Guild in 1990. Shortly thereafter, he put his acting career on hold to focus on his career in design and construction management. He also trained with professional fighters under the guidance of boxing-trainer Jimmy Simmons in the late 1980s.

Steve later developed an interest in Africa and spent many years traveling to and from Africa studying its wildlife, cultures and peoples before returning to academia at Harvard in 2006. He is a minor authority on the conservation of African wildlife and has spoken at two world-conferences on the topic, as well as at Harvard.

After receiving his degree from Harvard, he reinstated his SAG/AFTRA card and began studying acting again at the Media Performance Institute and CP-Casting in Boston, and at the Actors-Connection in NYC. Aside from SAG/AFTRA, Steve holds memberships in MENSA, The Harvard Club of New York, and Harvardwood (Harvard Alumni in the Arts, Media and Entertainment).

While living in Cambridge, Steve founded and still manages one of Cambridge's most popular social-networking groups, which now has over 1,500 members: The Cambridge Moveable Feast.

Steve is currently seeking representation in the New York City area.

Unique traits: Brilliant



  • The Chilling

    The Chilling (1989)
    Film by Jack A. Sunseri (Horror) Actor Co-Starring Role with Linda Blair, Dan Haggerty and Troy Donohue. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher.

  • The Big Time Fight

    The Big Time Fight (1989)
    Theater (Comedy) Manager (Principal)


  • Best new actor


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