Welcome to Steven Strait Online. Your number one source for everything on Steven Strait! You may know him from his movies The Covenant, 10 000 BC and City Island. He sang songs in two of his previous films, Sky High and Undiscovered He recently starred as Stevie Evans on Starz' Magic City and is currently gueststarring as Brooks on ABC's Revenge.

I have added photos of Steven out at this years Comic Con to the image gallery. Enjoy.

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Check out the first promo of Steven’s new TV Show, The Expanse.


Chad Coleman and Jared Harris joins Steven in his new TV show, The Expanse.

Syfy’s space drama “The Expanse” has added cast members Chad Coleman (“The Walking Dead,” “The Wire”) and Jared Harris (“Mad Men”). They join Thomas Jane and Steven Strait in the galaxy-spanning story of a hardened detective (Jane) and rogue ship captain (Strait) who team up to find a missing girl, and find themselves in an interplanetary conspiracy.

Coleman will play Fred Johnson, a former Marine caught in a power struggle between Earth and Mars. Harris plays the “strangely terrifying” Anderson Dawes, who comes into conflict with Jane’s Detective Miller. Kristin Hager (“Being Human”) and Shawn Doyle (“Big Love”) joined Coleman and Harris in new cast announcements Thursday, with Hager playing strong-willed navigation officer Ade Nygaard and Doyle playing “consummate politician” Secretary Errinwright.

The 10-episode drama is written by “Children of Men” and “Iron Man” scribes Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby, who serve as showrunners and executive producers along with “CSI” vet Naren Shankar. The series is based on the bestselling book series by Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck, who also serve as producers on the show.

“The Expanse,” which is produced by Alcon Television Group and the Sean Daniel Co., is set to premiere in 2015.



It was recently announced that Magic City will be returning as a movie! Bruce Willis and Bill Murray will be joining the cast!

The Mitch Glazer-created period Miami casino mob series Magic City, which Starz canceled last year after a two-season run, is moving to the big screen. Glazer wrote the script and will direct series regulars Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Danny Huston, Olga Kurylenko and Kelly Lynch, who’ll be joined by Bruce Willis, Bill Murray and others. Len Blavatnik of AI Film, Brett Ratner of RatPac and Gerry Schwartz of Onex Corporation will produce and finance, with Steve Bing of Shangri-La Entertainment, Alan J. Helene and Glazer producing. QED will introduce the project to buyers at AFM next week.

The pitch: Miami 1962. Gangsters, hoteliers, spies and socialites win, lose and die beneath the palms. JFK and a mob boss share a mistress in a Collins Avenue penthouse. The CIA secretly arms Cuban freedom fighters and hires the mafia to kill Castro. The most powerful Miami Beach hotel owner battles them all to save his family and survive in the Magic City. Glazer previously helmed Passion Play and has written such films as Scrooged, The Recruit, Great Expectations and the upcoming Rock The Kasbah, which he also produced along with QED.

“Mitch is a fantastic creative partner, and we’re thrilled to collaborate with him again,” Block said. “We loved Magic City the series and know that with Mitch’s sensational script and this outstanding cast, it will translate beautifully to the big screen.”

Said Glazer, “The chance to explore this wild time and place and this compelling family saga is a dream come true.”

CAA will represent the film’s domestic distribution rights, in concert with Jeff Berg.

Also on the QED Block at AFM are the Robert De Niro starrer Dirty Grandpa, Rock The Kasbah with Murray and the Jason Bateman-helmed The Family Fang.



Steven has been cast in Syfy’s new TV show, The Expanse. He will be playing Holden.

Syfy’s next big space drama series The Expanse has nabbed an Emmy winner and Oscar nominee: Shohreh Aghdashloo (House of Saddam, 24, House of Sand and Fog) will co-star in the upcoming space opera, which is based on James S. A. Corey’s bestselling book series. Also newly cast: Actor Steven Strait (Magic City, 10,000 BC).

Syfy orders ‘The Expanse’ series based on ‘Leviathan Wakes’ (think ‘Game of Thrones’ in space)
The Expanse is set 200 years in the future and follows a missing young woman who brings a hardened detective (Thomas Jane) and a rogue ship’s captain (Strait) together in a race across the solar system to expose a conspiracy.

Aghdashloo plays Chrisjen Avasarala, a “smart and passionate member of a political family legacy who has risen high in the ranks of Earth’s governing body without once standing for election.” Strait’s character, Holden, is described as “a natural leader who’s not sure he wants responsibility, but who will soon have no choice when he is drawn into a dangerous plot.
The 10-episode series debuts next year.