Steele Sciberras

Steele was born in Perth Western Australia. As a young child Steele worked on television commercials and won personality contests before scoring his first major lead role at the age of 10 in a children-series on the major network channel 7 program, ‘The Adventures of the Bush Patrol.’ From then on acting was Steele's only passion.

He continued on to get guest starring roles in other major productions like ‘Ship to Shore’, ‘The Gift’ etc.  Not only has he worked on film and television but on stage as well, such as the Perth hit, Twisted, and many other performances in Australia. He has also starred in live productions for the world renowned company, Sudden Impact Entertainment, such as, Prison Break Live, Lara Croft Tomb Raider Live, and Terminator Salvation Live, ran by Lynton V Harris.

Steele has honed his craft by studying extensively at WAPPA in Perth, NIDA in Sydney, and TAFTA in Melbourne. After intensive studying at TVI Actor’s Studios in Los Angeles, California, he studied with Ivana Chubbuck and Anthony Brandon Wong. He continued on his studies at TVI Actor’s Studios in New York as well.

Steele has starred in a number of short films which went to Trop Fest. One outstanding short, ‘A Moment of Realization’, won him a place on the Australian team for the World Championships of Preforming Arts in Los Angeles. At W.C.O.P.A, Steele won two gold medals, one silver medal, an industry award and a scholarship to The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts.

Steele has a unique way of bringing a character to life and making it his own. His ability passion, dedication, and extraordinary talent would make him an asset to any production company.


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