Born in North Carolina, Steve graduated from the University of Nebraska before moving to California where he pursued a broadcasting and advertising career at NBC-TV. He later formed his own merchandising agency and eventually returned to North Carolina to work in retail banking.
Steve is also a professional musician with five CDs of solo piano, (www.steve-bradford.com), a musical director and composer, and is a versatile actor with screen credits in Crazy People, The Lookalike, and Forrest Gump. He has been musical director for numerous regional and community theatres and recently completed a two year run of 14 showcase productions with Broadways Best Theatre.
Recently retired from the banking business, Steve has turned his creative arts to writing, having self-published an adventure novel The Mandate. He is currently writing a screenplay version of the story. Steve also is an artist, his paintings won the Judges’ Prize, Best in Show, in two consecutive Dixie Classic State Fairs.
Steve and his wife, Anne, live in Lewisville, North Carolina.
Unique traits: Plays piano, works in several swing-time bands, composer.
Print by Self Published Author A modern day story of WWII gold, Yamashita's Treasure, now worth billions, and it's sale through internet trading, filled with murder, double crosses, and mistaken identities from Chicago to Manila to Stuttgart to Zurich ending on a deserted atoll in the Pacific.
Film by Robert Zemeckis Newscaster Newscaster speaking about Forrest Gump's trip to China and his ping pong prowess.
Film by Gary Nelson Broker Helping Melissa Gilbert locate a missing girl's family.
Film by Tony Bill Nervous Executive Harris One of a group of advertising executives
University of Nebraska - Lincoln