Steven Durgarn, raised in Burbank, California, is a member of the Screen Actors Guild and American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA). He joined the U.S. Marines 1966 and served nine (9) years, including a tour in Vietnam with portions of his military career in Japan and many stateside locations.
Steven worked for the Department Of State, located in Washington D.C. as a Communications Officer in several of our Embassies/Missions over seas. Some of the countries that Steven worked and lived in are: The former Soviet Union “Russia”, Berlin Germany, Beirut Lebanon and Beijing China. While working overseas, Steven was able to witness/film certain world events as they occurred. Part of that history includes: the Beijing massacre in 1989 and the collapse of the Berlin Wall.
Steven is a professional actor. His first acting job was in Berlin, Germany, working as a Day Player in a film with Anthony Hopkins, ” The Innocent”. Steven grew up near several major film studios in California, this gave him the unique opportunity to witness first hand, the behind the scenes of “Movie magic”. In his spare time, Steven likes to use his skills as an photographer and role playing.
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