Steven R. McQueen Wiki Bio
Steven R. McQueen was born in Los Angeles, California USA on 13 July 1988 – his zodiac sign is Cancer and he holds American nationality. He is an actor, who might be known best for his portrayal of Jeremy Gilbert in the horror fantasy series “The Vampire Diaries”, created by Julie Plec and Kevin Williamson, and which aired from 2009 to 2017. It starred Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder, and follows the lives of people living in the city Mystic Falls in Virginia, in which strange creatures co-exist such as werewolves and vampires – the series was a hit, as it won 36 awards and was nominated for 66 others.
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For his performance, Steven was nominated for a Youth Rock Award for Rockin TV Actor, and a Teen Choice Award for Scene Stealer Male.
Childhood and education
Steven was raised alongside his three half-siblings Chase, Madison and Jesse Robitaille, by his father Chad McQueen who was an actor and a movie producer, and his mother Stacey Toten who was a housewife. Steven was born into a family of famous actors as his grandfather was Steve McQueen who starred in movies such as “The Cincinnati Kid”, “The Sand Pebbles” and “The Towering Inferno”, while his grandmother was Neile Adams, an actress and dancer, known for her roles in “Women in Chains” and “Chu Chu and the Philly Flash”.
Steven became interested in acting at a very early age as he was motivated by his family, and was a member of his elementary school’s drama club, while he also practiced his acting skills at a local theatre. He continued acting at high school, appearing in nearly all the plays performed there, while he was also interested in playing ice hockey, as his stepfather Robitaille was a professional player who competed in the National Hockey League with the Los Angeles Kings.
Steven matriculated in 2004, and then chose to focus on his acting career rather than pursue a college degree.
Roles in TV series
Steven made his debut TV series appearance in 2005, when he portrayed Jordan Peters in the episode “Blood of the Children” of the science fiction action “Threshold” created by Bragi F. Schut, and which starred Carla Gugino, Brian Van Holt and Bren Spiner – the series is about a team of experts who are investigating an unknown object which appeared somewhere in the Atlantic Ocean.
In 2006, Steven portrayed Kyle Hunter in seven episodes of the drama “Everwood”, which was popular in the USA winning three awards while it was nominated for 33 others. In 2008, he was invited to appear as Craig Ezra in the episode “Atomic No. 33” of the mystery crime drama “Numb3rs”.
The following years saw him appear only in single episodes of several series, such as the mystery crime “Without a Trace” and the action crime drama “CSI: Miami”,
After taking a six-year break from acting, in 2016 Steven appeared as Jimmy Borelli in three episodes of the action crime drama “Chicago P. D.”, then reprised his role in 25 episodes of the spin-off action drama “Chicago Fire” created by Michael Brandt and Derek Haas, and which starred Jesse Spencer, Taylor Kinney and Eamonn Walker; the series is about the personal and business lives of firefighters working in Chicago, and it won four awards while it was nominated for 22 others.
Steven’s two most recent roles in TV series have been in 2018, in the episode “We’re Being Punked, Pedro” of the adventure fantasy drama “Legacies” and the episode “Joseph Vittori” of the war documentary series “Medal of Honor”.
Roles in movies
Steven made his debut film appearance in 2006, when cast to play The Kid in the short drama “Club Soda”, written and directed by Paul Carafotes, and which starred John Barillaro, Wedil David and Marivel Decker – it’s about a man who is being helped by a spiritual guide while trying to become a popular actor. For his performance, Steven won a Beverly Hills Film Festival Award for Best Male Performance.
Two years later, Steven could’ve been seen playing Derek Beaugard in the family comedy film “Minutemen”, which gained mixed reviews, then in 2010 he was cast as Jake Forester in the horror comedy “Piranha 3D”, which starred Elisabeth Shue, Jerry O’Connell and Richard Dreyfuss, and follows man-eating piranhas and several strangers who are trying not to become fish food – the film won two awards and was nominated for 12 others. In 2018, Steven starred as J. J. Cullings in the short science fiction film “The Take Off”, and in the same year played Wayne in the drama “Home by Spring”.
Steven’s most recent role in a movie has been in the western “The Warrant”, written by Shea Sizemore, directed by Brent Christy and which also starred Neal McDonough and Casper Van Dien – it received poor reviews.
Is he gay or has he a wife?
There are rumors circulating the internet about Steven being gay, but it’s known that he is straight and has been in over five relationships – it’s also believed by some that he has a wife, but Steven hasn’t married.
In 2007 he started dating actress Chelsea Kane, known for her roles in the series “Baby Daddy” and “One Tree Hill” – they met at a party and dated for two years before Steven broke it off, and began seeing Trisha Cummings, another actress, popular for her roles in the film “Welcome to My World” and the series “The Real World”. The relationship lasted for around half a year until the summer of 2010, when he started dating Candice King, an actress and film producer.
Candice appeared alongside Steven in “The Vampire Diaries” while she might be known best for her portrayal of Girl Lab Partner in the evergreen film “Juno” – she and Steven only dated for a few months.
In 2011, he started dating Hillary Harley, who is an actress as well, and is known for her roles in the movies “Reckless” and “Project Almanac” – they dated for close to three years, which to this day has remained as Steven’s longest. Not long after his split from Hillary, he started dating Dylan Penn, an actress but who is mostly known for being the daughter of the famous actor Sean Penn – she and Steven were together for around a year before breaking-up.
From 2014 to 2016, Steven dated Olivia Pickren, an actress known for her portrayal of Madeleine in the mini-series “#ThisIsCollege”, and then went on to date Allie Silva, even proposing in 2018, however, they split around a month later.
As of October 2020, Steven is single, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.
Hobbies and other interests
Steven is physically very active, as he has multiple training sessions at the gym each week, thus his muscular body and he is also following a strict diet as it is important for his acting career to stay fit – he is also taking extra care of his mental health, as his does yoga and occasionally meditates. He is also interested in martial arts and has been taking lessons for over a decade now.
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Steven is a huge fan of poems, has read numerous, and has a tattoo on his back that reads ‘The Road Not Taken’ – the title of the poem written by Robert Frost.
He has his own favorite actors and actresses, some of whom are James Gandolfini, Treat Williams and Natalie Portman, and a few of his favorite movies are “Enough Said”, “Killing Them Softly” and “The Mexican” – his favorite TV show is “Dexter”.
Age, height and net worth
Steven’s age is 32. He has short brown hair and brown eyes, his height is 6ft (1.83m) and he weighs around 165lbs (75kgs).
As of October 2020, his net worth has been estimated at over $3 million.