STEVEN HACK currently lives in Los Angeles. He's been a professional actor since he was a teenager. He appeared on Broadway in shows including Cats (crawling around in the original cast for five years), and worked with Michael Bennett in A Chorus Line (for almost two years), as well as in that show's Broadway record-breaking 3,389th performance. He appeared in two Broadway shows that night – dashing from the performance of Cats at the Winter Garden Theatre down to the Shubert Theatre to step in to the Chorus Line performance. [See video]
He moved from Broadway to film and television, working in feature films, big and small, and the guest casts of a whole bunch of primetime TV shows. He’s proud to have his successful leap from stage to television honored by being a member of the TV Academy for over 20 years and has also been in a stream of commercials (on-camera and voice-over).
Steven kept a foot in live theatre and had the pleasure of returning to New York to act in the Off and Off-Off Broadway productions of Counsellor-at-Law with John Rubinstein. He also appeared in the award-winning L.A. production of Counsellor-at-Law, which ran for seven months, and never missed a performance in any of those productions. He even did the radio version for L.A. Theatre Works. (He's arguably done more performances of that play than any actor in the last 70 years. He should get some kind of award. Oh, he did get an Ovation award for the L.A. production. Okay.)
A founding member of Interact Theatre Company, his performances there included Death of a Salesman, Our Town, The Laramie Project, A Little Night Music and he was nominated for Ovation and A.D.A. awards for his one-man play Willie’s Son.
He would like to have a TV series, please. And to originate a role in a new Broadway show.