Steven Hartley is primarily known in Great Britain, where he appears regularly in a wide range of roles in feature films, on television and on stage. Among his list of feature film credits are the recent Queen of Clubs, Christopher Columbus: The Discovery (with Marlon Brando, Tom Selleck, Rachel Ward and Catherine Zeta-Jones), Split Second and Franco Zeffirelli's Toscanini, the Young Maestro. His American television appearances include guest-starring roles on The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles and the long-running comedy Married…With Children and a starring role opposite Jon Voight in the telefeature Chernobyl: The Final Warning. Hartley's British television work includes series regular roles on Sharman and the popular Eastenders and guest-starring roles on The Governor, Pie in the Sky, Bad Boys, Rumble, Zorro, Press Gang, Café Society and Out of Order. His extensive stage credits include Sam Mendes' acclaimed revival of Oliver, Smoke, An Evening with Gary Lineker, Mill Fire, the British national tour of Babes in Arms, The Normal Heart, Annie, Rebecca, Piaf, Tom Jones, Sexual Perversity in Chicago, Trafford Tanzi and Coward's Hay Fever.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2000.
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|Birthplace||Shipley, England, United Kingdom|