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Steven Pacey

Steven began his career as a child actor in Collapse of Stout Party with Bill Fraser when he was eleven. He appeared as Lucius in the 1969 film Julius Caesar and played opposite Kenneth More as the Winslow Boy in the West End. At sixteen Steven portrayed Jesus in the National tour of Godspell.

West End credits include Joe in Leave Him To Heaven (New London); Jesus in Godspell (Duke of York's); Guy in Mr Cinders (Fortune); Tony in West Side Story (Her Majesty's); the Sinatra part in High Society (Victoria Palace); Brockelhurst in The Admirable Crichton with Rex Harrison (Haymarket), and Dexter in Exclusive with Paul Scofield (Strand).

Television credits include: - Red Letter Day; A Legacy; The Cuckoo Waltz; A Gentle Rain; Goodbye Darling; Lovejoy; The Purple Twilight; Five-To-Elven; Klaus in The Cedar Tree; Tarrant in Blake's 7, and Clifford in Troubles and Strife. Over 300 broadcasts include: - Melchior in Spring Awakening; Ladislaw in Middlemarch; Dan in Night Must Fall; Donald in Simon Gray's Spoiled; Bob in Patrick Hamilton's 20,000 Streets Under the Sky and Dionysus in Up The Gods. Steven can be seen in the feature film Conspiracy opposite James Wilby.

Most recently he appeared as Phileas Fogg in Around The World in Eighty Days at the Liverpool Playhouse and as Valentine in Valentine's Day at Chichester Festival Theatre.