July 29, 1973
49 years old
5 ft 7¼ in | 171 cm
68 kg | 150 lbs
9 US | 42 EU
Stephen Hartley Dorff Jr. was born in Atlanta, Georgia, United States, on July 29, 1973, is an American actor.
Young Stephen Dorff first started his acting career as a child in commercials for Kraft and Mattel.
He made big screen debut in supernatural horror film The Gate (1987) in role as Glen.
He got his television debut in CBS sitcom The New Leave It to Beaver (1985) in episode "The Gladiators", in role as Tony.
Stephen's breakthrough performance came as Stuart Sutcliffe in drama film Backbeat (1994).
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Stephen Dorff is 49 years old.
Stephen Dorff net worth is around 12 million dollars.
He was nominated for the Saturn Award for Best Performance by a Younger Actor and the Young Artist Award for Best Young Actor in a Horror Motion Picture for his role as Glen in supernatural horror film The Gate (1987).
He won the Blockbuster Entertainment Award and the MTV Movie Award for Favorite Villain for his role as Deacon Frost in superhero horror film Blade (1998).
He won the New York City Horror Film Festival Award for Best Actor for his role as Ritchie Donovan in horror comedy film Botched (2007).
He was nominated for the Young Artist Award for Best Young Actor in a Special, Pilot, Movie of the Week or Mini-Series for his role as Eric Gillman in comedy movie Mutts (1988).
He was nominated for the Young Artist Award for Best Young Actor Starring in a TV Movie, Pilot or Special for his role as Sandy Dollison in drama film Do You Know the Muffin Man? (1989).
He won the Young Artist Award for Best Young Actor Starring in a TV Movie, Pilot or Special for his role as Robert Mendham in drama movie Always Remember I Love You (1990).
He was nominated for the Young Artist Award for Best Young Actor Starring in a Motion Picture for his role as Peter Phillip "P.K." Kenneth-Keith (age 18) in drama film The Power of One (1992).
Judgment Night (1993) action crime thriller as John Wyatt
Blood and Wine (1996) neo-noir crime thriller as Jason
Space Truckers (1996) comic science fiction as Mike Pucci
City of Industry (1997) neo-noir crime thriller as Skip Kovich
Cecil B. Demented (2000) black comedy as Sinclair / Cecil B. Demented
Deuces Wild (2002) crime drama as Leon Anthony
Cold Creek Manor (2003) thriller as Dale Massie
Felon (2008) crime drama as Wade Porter
Somewhere (2010) drama as Johnny Marco
He played Stavros in fantasy action film Immortals (2011).
Embattled (2020) sports drama as Cash "The Slayer" Boykins
Old Henry (2021) Western as Ketchum
Paradise City (2022) action as Robbie Cole
He was nominated for the OFTA Television Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture or Limited Series for his role as Roland West in HBO anthology crime drama television series True Detective (2019).
He was nominated for the Young Artist Award for Best Young Actor Starring in a New Television Series for his role as Tucker Brannigan in sitcom What a Dummy (1990-1991).
Roseanne (1989) ABC sitcom as Jimmy Meltrigger
Covert One: The Hades Factor (2006) CBS thriller miniseries as Jonathan Smith
Star (2017) Fox musical drama series as Brody Dean
Deputy (2020) Fox procedural drama series as Sheriff Bill Hollister
Attended several private schools.
Has brother, Andrew.
He won the ShoWest Award for Male Star of Tomorrow in 1992.
Featured in music videos for:
Aerosmith "Cryin'" (1993)
Limp Bizkit "Rollin'" (2000)
Britney Spears "Everytime" (2004)
He voiced Jack Carver in video game Far Cry Instincts (2005).
He dated Charlotte Mckinney (2015-2016), Katharina Damm (2012-2014), Tami Donaldson (2007-2008), Rachel Stevens (2006), Sarah Harding (2006), Pamela Anderson (2004-2005), May Andersen (2003-2004), Georgina Grenville (1995-1996), Bridget Hall (1994), Alicia Silverstone (1994-1995), Reese Witherspoon (1993-1994) and Courtney Wagner (1991-1996).