(Associate Producer)

STEVE ADAMS grew up in the auto racing world and is the son of former Canadian Champion, Nat Adams. He raced cars several years himself before deciding to pursue a career in the arts and entertainment world.

He has been a professional actor in Canada for over twenty-five years and has performed in many theatres across the country including the prestigious Shaw Festival. Some of his film and television work include Affliction, The Dead Zone, Possible Worlds, Truth, Justice and the American Way, Stardom, Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, Sue Thomas F. B. Eye, Blue Butterfly, Savage Messiah, IMAX:Ultimate G’s, The Eleventh Hour, X-files, Twilight Zone, Wiseguy, The G Spot, Nuremberg, 2000 and None, Sue Thomas F.B. Eye, Night Heat, Top Cops, Omerta, The Commish, and Dead Man's Gun.

Steve has been writing for the past decade. His writing, producing and directing credits include his play A Conspiracy to Live which was produced in Vancouver, as well as The Lost Goddess, a short film that was accepted in the Yorkton Film Festival. He was the associate producer and co-creator of Alison Reid’s short film Succubus, that is currently playing the festival circuit. Other writing, producing and directing credits include his short film Alien Read which was purchased by CHUM and is currently airing on their SPACE and Drive-In Classic channels.

Steve is currently in the process of writing and developing the feature length script Dijon with his good friend Alison Reid, who will also be directing it. Other projects in development are 30 Days and a UFO, The Secret Treasures of Oak Island, Steeltown Charlie, Summers Apart and a film version of his play A Conspiracy to Live.

Steve is the past President of ACTRA B.C. and a former Board member of the B.C.M.P.A. (British Columbia Motion Picture Association). He has also sat on the Board of MAIN FILM, an independent filmmaker's co-op in Montreal, Quebec where he resided for ten years before recently moving back to Toronto. He’s studied filmmaking/screenwriting at George Brown College, MAIN FILM, The Summer Institute of Film and Television and UCLA’s On-line Screenwriting Program.

He has taught courses at MAIN FILM called “Directors working with Actors Workshop”, helping directors improve their communication skills with actors.

As well as continuing his acting career, Steve is working towards writing/producing and directing his own projects while assisting others with the fruition of their own dreams.

Steve has a pet mouse called “Snuffles”…somewhere in the walls of his home.