Eric Sheffer Stevens

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Eric Sheffer Stevens
Born Eric Sheffer Stevens
(1972-06-19) June 19, 1972 (age 42)

Eric Sheffer Stevens (born June 19, 1972) is an American actor, best known for playing Dr. Reid Oliver, Luke Snyder's (Van Hansis) boyfriend, on American soap opera, As the World Turns, first appearing in January 2010 until his character was killed off, making his last appearance in September, the same year. In fall 2011 he costarred in FOX's I Hate My Teenage Daughter alongside Jaime Pressly.

Career[edit]

Film
Television
Broadway

The Coast of Utopia Pts. 1,2 & 3

  • Part 1 Voyage – Oct. 17,2006 – May 13, 2007
  • Part 2 Shipwreck – Dec. 16, 2006 – May 13, 2007
  • Part 3 Salvage – Jan. 30 – May 13, 2007
  • Characters: Polevoy; Louis Blanc; Vetoshnikov; Herzen u/s
  • Playwright: Tom Stoppard / Director: Jack O’Brien

King Lear – Feb. 11 – Apr. 18, 2004

  • Character: Curan; Duke of Burgundy u/s
  • Playwright: William Shakespeare / Director: Jonathan Miller
Off Broadway

Romeo and Juliet – Apr. 23 – June 16, 2002

  • Character: Benvolio
  • Playwright: William Shakespeare / Director: J.R. Sullivan

Much Ado About Nothing – Apr. 21 – June 15, 2002

  • Character: Don John the Bastard
  • Playwright: William Shakespeare / Director: Shepard Sobel

Regional[edit]

Vermont Shakespeare Company (VSC)

Much Ado About Nothing – August 12–15, 2010

  • Character: Benedick/Watchman
  • Playwright: William Shakespeare / Director: John Nagle

Twelfth Night – July 6–8, 2006

  • Character: Orsino
  • Playwright: William Shakespeare / Director: John Nagle
Contemporary American Theater Festival (CATF)

Yankee Tavern – July 2009

  • Character: Adam
  • Playwright: Stephen Dietz / Director: Liesl Tommy

Farragut North – July 2009

  • Character: Stephen Bellamy
  • Playwright: Beau Willimon / Director: Ed Herendeen
Baltimore Center Stage

The Voysey Inheritance – Apr. 29 – June 5, 2005

Misalliance – Oct. 3 – Nov.2, 2003

Picnic – May 14 – June 20, 2004

  • Character: Alan Seymour
  • Playwright: William Inge / Director: Irene Lewis
Cincinnati Playhouse

Ah, Wilderness! – Oct. 16 – Nov. 15, 2002

  • Character: Arthur Miller
  • Playwright: Eugene O'Neill / Director: Edward Stern
Caldwell Theater

The Countess – Mar. 2003

  • Character: John Everett Millais
  • Playwright: Gregory Murphy / Director: Michael Hall
Alley Theater Houston

Keith Reddin’s Synergy – Feb. 2 – Mar. 4, 2001

  • Character: Marc
  • Playwright: Keith Reddin / Director: Karen Kohlhass
Alabama Shakespeare Festival

A Month in the Country

  • Character: Aleksey

A Christmas Carol

Troilus and Cressida – 1999

  • Character:
  • Playwright: William Shakespeare / Director: Kent Gash

Love's Labour's Lost – Aug. 2000

  • Character: Berowne
  • Playwright: William Shakespeare / Director: Edmond Williams
Hudson Stage Company

37 Postcards – Oct.12 – 28, 2001

Center Stage NY

The Captives – May 2001

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