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Braun, Steve 1976–

BRAUN, Steve 1976–


Born August 14, 1976, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

Addresses: Agent—Lisa Kirk, Kirk Talent Agencies, 1006 Beach Ave., Eighth Floor, Vancouver, British Columbia V6E 1T7, Canada. Manager—Tiffany Kuzon, Evolution Entertainment, 901 North Highland Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90038.

Career: Actor.


Film Appearances:

Dean, Hand, Old Soul Entertainment, 1998.

Joey, Scalpers, The Asylum, 2000.

Jeffrey, No Man's Land (short film), 2000, CineClix Distribution, 2004.

Tommy Ballenger, The Trip, TLA Releasing, 2002.

Brian Kelly, The Skulls III, Universal Family and Home Entertainment, 2003.

Cole, Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (also known as Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies), New Line Cinema, 2004.

Television Appearances; Series:

Goodwin, The Immortal, syndicated, 2000–2001.

Jordan, Twins, The WB, beginning 2005.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Scott, Dying to Dance, NBC, 2001.

Mark Scott, Tornado Warning, PAX TV, 2002.

Zack, Everybody's Doing It, MTV, 2002.

Richie Geck, Family Sins, CBS, 2004.

Willis, Pterodactyl, Sci-Fi Channel, 2005.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Billy, "Last Good Day," Tru Calling (also known as Heroine, Tru, and True Calling), Fox, 2005.

Television Appearances; Pilots:

Jordan, Twins, The WB, 2005.



TV Zone, December, 2000, pp. 32-33.

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