Steven Strait Profile
Steven Strait is a singer and actor from the United States best known for his roles in the adventure films 10,000 BC in 2008, Magic City in 2013, and The Expanse from 2015.
Steven Strait Age
Strait is 35 years old as of 2021. He was born on 23 March 1986 in Greenwich Village, New York, United States. He celebrates his birthday on 23 March.
Steven Strait Height
Strait stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches.
Steven Strait Family
Strait is the son of Jean (née Viscione) Strait and Richard Dyer Strait. His ancestors are of Dutch and Italian descent. He went to Village Community School, Xavier High School, and the Stella Adler Studio of Acting.
Steven Strait Wife
On December 23, 2007, Strait married actress, Lynn Collins. In 2013, the couple divorced.
Steven Strait Net Worth
Strait has an estimated net worth of $8 million.
Steven Strait Sky High
Strait appeared in his first film, Sky High, where he played a teenage superhero named Warren Peace. Warren Peace, the son of an unnamed superheroine and the supervillain Baron Battle, is serving four life sentences in prison. He has pyrokinetic abilities. Warren is a high school outcast who tries to live a decent life but is frequently misunderstood because he is the son of a convicted felon. His name is a play on the title of the novel War and Peace. The film was released in theaters on July 29, 2005, and grossed 89.4 million dollars worldwide on a budget of $35 million. It received mostly positive reviews from critics.
Quick Facts About Steven Strait
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Steven Strait The Covenant
In 2006, he starred as Caleb Danvers in the supernatural thriller film The Covenant, which opened on September 8. Caleb Danvers is the main protagonist and one of the four Sons of Ipswich. He attends Spencer Academy with the other Sons and is the oldest, most responsible, and protective of the four. He is the first to Ascend and is wary of using Power because of the effect it had on his father. Despite being universally panned by critics, the film was a moderate box office success.
Steven Strait 10,000 BC
Strait co-starred with Camilla Belle in the March 2008 release 10,000 BC, a film about prehistoric Earth. He portrayed D’Leh, a young mammoth hunter who travels through unknown lands on a quest to free his people from slavery. The film takes place in the prehistoric era and follows the journeys of a prehistoric tribe of mammoth hunters. The world premiere took place on February 10, 2008, at Berlin’s Sony Center on Potsdamer Platz. The film was a box office success, but professional critics consistently regarded it as Emmerich’s worst film, as well as one of the worst films of the year.
Steven Strait The Expanse
Strait was cast in the lead role of James “Jim” Holden in the science fiction series The Expanse in 2014, which premiered on SyFy in December 2015. The third season of The Expanse began filming on July 12, 2017, following two successful seasons. The third season aired on SyFy in 2018; it was supposed to be the show’s final season, but due to overwhelming fan support and a petition with over 100,000 signatures, the show was picked up and renewed by Amazon with clear plans to continue adapting the book series beyond that fourth season. James Holden, the Earther executive officer on the Canterbury who went on to become the captain of the Rocinante.
The Expanse has received widespread praise for its visuals, character development, and political narrative. It was nominated for three Saturn Awards for Best Science Fiction Television Series and won a Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation. Prior to the release of the fifth season, Amazon renewed the series for a sixth and final season in November 2020, with a premiere date of December 10, 2021.
Steven Strait Warren Peace
Strait received an acting job, and in 2005, he appeared in his first film, Sky High, where he played a teenage superhero named Warren Peace. He played Warren Peace, the son of an unnamed superheroine, and the supervillain Baron Battle, who is serving four life sentences in prison. He has pyrokinetic abilities. Warren is a high school outcast who tries to live a decent life but is frequently misunderstood because he is the son of a convicted felon. His name is a play on the title of the novel War and Peace. The film was released in theaters on July 29, 2005, and grossed 89.4 million dollars worldwide on a budget of $35 million. It received mostly positive reviews from critics.
Steven Strait Magic City
Strait co-starred in the Starz series Magic City, which centered on Miami mobsters and other characters from Miami Beach in the late 1950s, from 2012 to 2013. Strait portrayed Ike Evans, the son of Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s character. Magic City is set in 1959 Miami, Florida, shortly after the Cuban Revolution, and follows Ike Evans (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), the owner of Miami’s most opulent hotel, the Miramar Playa. To ensure the success of his glitzy establishment, Evans is forced to make an ill-fated deal with Miami Jewish Mob boss Ben Diamond (Danny Huston). He portrayed Steven “Stevie” Evans, Ike Evans’ “bad boy” older son and manager of the Miramar’s Atlantis Lounge.
Steven Strait The Covenant
In 2006, he starred as Caleb Danvers in the supernatural thriller film The Covenant, which opened on September 8. Danvers, the main character; one of the four Sons of Ipswich, attends Spencer Academy with the other Sons and is the oldest, most responsible, and protective of the four. He is the first to Ascend and is wary of using the Power because of the effect it had on his father. Caleb Danvers, Pogue Parry, Reid Garwin, and Tyler Simms star in the film as descendants of colonial witch families with magical abilities.
Their powers manifest on their 13th birthday and grow stronger until they Ascend at the age of 18, which significantly increases their powers but also ties their life force to their magic. The more an Ascended person uses their magic, the more addicted they become, which can result in premature aging and death. Caleb’s mother begs her husband to save him, and his biological father dies after transferring power to his son. In a duel, the two face each other, but Caleb is outmatched and saves his mother and three others from their curses.
Steven Strait TV Shows
- 2015–present – The Expanse
- 2014 – Revenge
- 2012–13 – Magic City
- 2010 – HMS
- 2010 – Chase
- 2001 – Third Watch
Steven Strait Movies
- 2019 – Life Like
- 2016 – Extra Credit and Arthur Darks
- 2014 – Hot
- 2013 – Sleeping with the Fishes
- 2012 – After
- 2009 – City Island
- 2008 – 10,000 BC
- 2008 – Stop-Loss
- 2006 – The Covenant
- 2005 – Sky High
- 2005 – Undiscovered