Stephen George

Stephen George
Actor, Voice Actor and Filmmaker

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October 2015
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About Stephen

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!


  • For Prophet

    For Prophet (2020)
    Film (Comedy) Supporting (Mr. Patel)

  • Who Was Phone?

    Who Was Phone? (2019)
    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.

  • Code-Switched

    Code-Switched (2019)
    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.

  • Double Presents

    Double Presents (2018)
    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.

  • Avant 29

    Avant 29 (2017)
    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

    Mia's Night Out (2017)
    Film by Hayward Suggs (Comedy, Thriller and Short) Supporting (Party Goer) Mia must make her rent before she can make her date.

  • Modern Guilt

    Modern Guilt (2017)
    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.

  • Easy

    Easy (2016 - 2017)
    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.

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