Fisher Stevens is a renowned Director who co-founded Naked Angels Theater Company and Greene Street Films. Additionally, he appeared in various TV shows such as Friends, Law & Order and Numb3rs as a regular cast member.
He was born on 27 November 1963 in Chicago, Illinois in the United States to Sally and Norman Fisher and has an Astrological Sign (life path number 3 ) associated with creativity and inspiration.
Early Life and Education
Fisher Stevens is an American actor, producer, and director who has appeared in many financially successful movies and television shows. He currently resides in Staatsburg, New York with his wife and daughter; with an estimated net worth estimated to be $8 Million.
He made his acting debut in 1981 with The Burning, appearing as a villainous protagonist. Following that role he went on to appear in numerous other movies such as Baby It’s You, The Brother from Another Planet and The Flamingo Kid throughout the 80s as well as several television series including Ryan’s Hope, Tall Tales and Legends Key West and Law and Order.
He co-founded the off-off Broadway theater company Naked Angels and later Greene Street Films. Additionally, he directed many projects such as Call of the Wild, Crazy Love and Stand Up Guys.
Fisher Stevens has enjoyed an extensive 30-year career in the entertainment industry. In this time he has garnered both critical and financial success with his work in theatre, film and television production.
Ben Jabituya of Short Circuit fame and also for recurring roles on television series such as Early Edition, Friends, Law & Order and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia are well known to audiences today. A talented actor possessing charisma, energy and skill that combine perfectly to make him one of the brightest stars of Hollywood today.
He founded Naked Angels Theater Company and Greene Street Films respectively in 1986 and 1996 respectively, respectively, appearing in over 100 movies and television shows while also earning recognition as an accomplished documentary filmmaker with multiple awards for his films.
Achievement and Honors
Fisher Stevens has been active in both theater and film for more than three decades. His stage performances have garnered him many acclaims and awards. In 1986, he played Ben Jabituya in Short Circuit before going on to portray Chuck Fishman on Early Edition during its 1990s run. Furthermore, Fisher directed movies like The Cove and Crazy Love; founded Naked Angels Theatre Company and Greene Street Films to produce movies; founded Naked Angels Theatre Company as well as Greene Street Films as film production companies for film production companies he helmed as well as founded Naked Angels Theatre Company/Greene Street Films/film production companies respectively.
Furthermore, he has appeared on various television series such as Columbo, Friends, Law and Order, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Lost. Additionally he made an appearance as Edgar Allan Poe in Lou Reed’s album The Raven. Furthermore in 2016 he directed Bright Lights Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds which premiered at Cannes Film Festival as well as Palmer for Apple TV.
Fisher Stevens was born on 27 November 1963 in Chicago, Illinois to Sally Fisher (a painter and AIDS activist) and Norman Fisher (a furniture executive).
He played Phoebe Buffay to Lisa Kudrow’s Phoebe Buffay on an episode of Friends. Additionally, he appeared in shows such as Columbo, Law & Order, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Lost. Additionally in 1986 with Rob Morrow, Nicole Burdette, Pippin Parker Charles Landry and Nancy Travis co-founded Naked Angels Theater Company as well as Greene Street Films film production company in 1996.
In 2012, he directed Stand Up Guys starring Al Pacino and Christopher Walken and wrote and directed Bright Lights with Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds which premiered at Cannes Film Festival 2016. More recently in 2018, he had a recurring role as Hugo Baker on HBO satirical comedy-drama Succession which became regular throughout its run; additionally he directed a documentary called Before the Flood.
Fisher Stevens is a well-recognized actor, director and producer in Hollywood who has received multiple accolades for his work. Co-founding Naked Angels Theatre Company in 1986 and Greene Street Films Production Company (GSF), both production companies, in 1996; in addition to playing harmonica he can be seen regularly as a harmonica player in various projects.
He has made numerous film and TV appearances, such as Short Circuit, Early Edition and Hackers. Additionally, he has directed documentaries such as The Cove and Crazy Love.
American actor is married to actress Alexis Bloom and they share two children together. The couple live in Staatsburg, New York. Both parties remain private about their personal lives and avoid giving interviews about them in media reports; it has been estimated that together their estimated net worth exceeds $8 Million.