Stephen "No, it's not a stage name" George is an Indian-American actor who is known for his roles on the Netflix series 'Easy,' the comedy-drama series 'Code-Switched,' and the comedy-horror film 'Who Was Phone?' Stephen has transferred his comedic style and performance into several award-winning short films and viral online videos by The Onion and BuzzFeed. Stephen is currently an actor/filmmaker for the iO Comedy Network and a producer of Our Perspective: Asian American Plays (Steppenwolf 1700, Goodman Theatre, Victory Gardens). If you have any favorite spots to get kombucha on tap, holla at him!
Film (Comedy) Supporting (Mr. Patel)
Who Was Phone?
Film by Penny Road, Inc. (Steve Daan & David Daan) (Comedy and Horror) Supporting (Rav) Years after the death of her father, college student Fiona Stephens and her friends struggle to escape the grasp of a masked psychopath, hellbent on their brutal murders.
Television by Karan Sunil (Comedy) Series Regular (Joseph Matthew) A group of second-generation South Asians in Chicago face the pressures of living double lives between their families and society while chasing their own ambitions in love and the workplace.
Film by Carlos Cerutti (Comedy, Family and Musical) Puppeteer / Voice (Nel) Two children try to split up their parents to get double presents on Christmas.
Film by NEON 35 Media (Josh Woo) (Sci-Fi and Short) Supporting (Rob) Jane, a local from the futuristic City C29, discovers a well-hidden web of lies based on her upbringing and very humanity.
Mia's Night Out
Film by Hayward Suggs (Comedy, Thriller and Short) Supporting (Party Goer) Mia must make her rent before she can make her date.
Film by Carlos Cerutti (Comedy and Short) Lead (Brian) A video game streamer tries to overcome procrastination by going back to his self-destructive ways.
Television by Netflix (Joe Swanberg) (Comedy) Recurring (Stephen / Jo's Partner) A group of friends in Chicago fumble through the modern maze of love, sex, technology and culture.