For those who didn’t know, Steve took part of a short film last year titled Affection which he also helped produced. The film is about a woman that has been fighting with self-doubt all her life with nowhere to call home until she’s faced with a conquest that results in something much more, thanks to her facing a raw feeling she’s rarely faced before: affection.
The short film was written and directed by Tricia Lee who had this to say when asked about the casting of the film in an interview with IndieActivity.com
indieactivity: Did you start writing with a cast (You or any) in mind?
Tricia Lee: I did not have anyone in mind when writing. I like the characters to grow into who they want to be on the page before inhabiting them in a body and giving them a face. I am not an actor, so it definitely would not be me starring in it! But I did find the perfect people to play the characters of Laina and Tyler.
Steve Lund had an older look than I had originally conceived the character to be but when his agent sent his portfolio to me, I knew immediately that I needed to change the role to fit him. I wrote Steve a personal letter to convince him to be in the film and he wrote me back the sweetest letter, accepting. I later found out that he had written the letter without even reading the script! You would recognize Steve from Bitten, Reign and Schitt’s Creek.
You can watch the 9 minute short film below, in addition to the HD screen captures in the gallery now.
Disclaimer: This film is NSFW at the beginning.
Check out the first episodic still and promotional photo of Steve as Adam Darling in Street Legal airing March 4th on CBC!
Hey guys! I’ve added HD screen captures of Steve as Jimmy Cooper from the 2016 film Crossfire which was originally titled Flashback before it later aired on Lifetime Movie Network.
You can view those screen captures in the gallery now.
Steve posted on his Instagram earlier today to share the news about his upcoming project. This is huge news for him! Congratulations, Steve!
You can read all about it below:
STREET LEGAL (6×60, Winter 2019 – IGP and Broken Clown Productions) , the iconic character-driven legal drama returns with both familiar faces and new characters, and a focus on how the law is practised in Canada today, including contemporary themes and issues. Bringing STREET LEGAL into the 21st century, we pick up 25 years later with Olivia Novak (Cynthia Dale), now a named partner at a major Bay Street law firm.
Hey guys! I know things have been quiet this year but turns out Steve was a guest star on ION’s original series Private Eyes this past July! You can view 151 HD captures in the gallery now.
I’ve added 119 HD captures of Steve as Ernest Hemingway from the tenth episode of CBC’s Frankie Drake Mysteries. You can view them in the gallery now.
Steve returned as Jake during the second episode of season four of Schitt’s Creek recently. So you can check out the HD captures in the gallery now. 😉
I’ve added 198 HD captures of Steve as Ernest Hemingway from the third episode of CBC’s new series Frankie Drake Mysteries. You can view them in the gallery now.
Steve will be staring as Ean in the new original Hallmark film “The Christmas Cottage” which is based off the novel by author Samantha Chase. The movie premieres Sunday, December 9th at 9PM on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel.
You can find the official promotional photos and production stills from the film in the gallery now along with the official press release with the film’s synopsis below!
Merritt Patterson (“The Royals,” “A Royal Winter”) and Steve Lund (“Reign,” “The Art of Us”) star in “The Christmas Cottage,” a new original premiering Sunday, December 9 (9 p.m. ET/PT) on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. Part of the network’s popular, annual “Most Wonderful Movies of Christmas” programming event, Brittney Wilson (“Gap Year”) and Victor Zinck (“Motive”) also star.
Taking a rare break from her career designing modern buildings, Lacey (Patterson) travels to her friend Ava’s (Wilson) Christmas Eve wedding. Though her business partner and boyfriend Roger (Zinck) is concerned about her taking time off right before an important sales pitch, Lacey promises to work in between her maid of honor duties. While at the wedding events, Lacey reconnects with her former flame, Ean (Lund). The two decorate the cottage where the newlyweds will spend their honeymoon – a cottage said to bring true love to anyone who stays there – and feel their chemistry return. When Ean confesses his feelings for Lacey, though, she is unable to acknowledge her own. Heartbroken, Ean takes a job in Finland, and plans to leave Christmas day. As Christmas approaches, Lacey sees the sharp contrast between Ean’s family values and Roger’s sole focus on work, and must decide if the professional goals she shares with Roger or the connection and history she shares with Ean are more important in a lasting relationship.
“The Christmas Cottage” is a Cabin Productions Inc. production. Paul A. Kaufman, Joey
Plager, Sean Williamson and Jamie Goehring are the executive producers. John MacCarthy is the
producer. Paul A. Kaufman directed from a script by Claudia Grazioso.