#86 | Steve Wall | Actor/Musician

On this weeks Episode is Actor/Musician Steve Wall.

Steve recently finished filming a major role in ‘Raised by Wolves’, a new series with Ridley Scott at the helm, set to air sometime in 2020 on HBO Max. He has also just wrapped filming on ‘The South Westerlies’, an Irish comedy-drama with Dublin-based Deadpan Pictures, alongside ZDF Enterprises, TV2 Norway and in association with Screen Ireland. Prior to that, he completed filming The Witcher for Netflix playing the role of ‘Boholt’ and he can also be seen in the new HBO/Cinemax series ‘Warrior’ which began it’s run in April 2019, in which he plays the bounty hunter Gresham.

He has received rave reviews for his recent portrayal of the legendary jazz musician Chet Baker in ‘My Foolish Heart’, a film about Chet’s final days in Amsterdam in 1988. It received its world premiere in September 2018 at the Dutch International Film Festival. In ‘Vikings’ he played the scheming Einar in seasons two, three and four. His other credits include: the role of Detective Coleman in the major RTE drama series ‘Rebellion’ set against the backdrop of Ireland’s 1916 Easter Rising. He played the smooth baddie Dominic Fitzroy in the first two episodes of season three of the global crime drama ‘Crossing Lines’ starring Donald Sutherland. For the BBC he completed ‘Silent Witness’, aired in January 2015, in which he played a major role. Steve landed a significant, recurring role as Danny Moone in all three series of the Chris O’Dowd comedy ‘Moone Boy’ for Sky TV and in Sept 2015 he won Best Actor in a Leading Role at the San Diego Horror Film Festival for his role as Peter in the short film ‘Ghost Train’ (2013). In the summer of 2016 he played the edgy character Liam in the multi-award-winning short ‘Gridlock’ for which he was nominated best supporting actor in the Irish Underground Cinema festival 2017. The same year also saw the release of Dennis Bartok’s hospital horror ‘Nails’ in which Steve starred alongside Shauna MacDonald (The Descent). He was back on set with ‘Ghost Train’ director Lee Cronin playing a role in the latter’s acclaimed first feature ‘The Hole in the Ground’ which premiered at Sundance 2019. Steve is also a multi-platinum selling musician, singer and songwriter with legendary Irish bands The Walls and The Stunning.