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|Born||Stephen Paul Schnetzer
June 11, 1948
|Spouse(s)||Nancy Snyder (m. 1982; 2 children)|
Life and career
Schnetzer was born in Canton, Massachusetts, the son of Thomas A. Schnetzer. He attended Catholic Memorial School. After playing the role of Julie Olson Williams' brother, Steven Olson, on Days of our Lives, he joined the cast of the ABC soap opera One Life to Live as fitness expert Marcello Salta. He later played attorney Cass Winthrop on Another World (1982–1986, 1987–1999). After the cancellation of Another World, he made guest appearances as Cass Winthrop on the CBS soap opera As the World Turns (1999–2002; 2005; 2006) and on Guiding Light (2002). He can also been seen in a commercial for an allergy nasal spray called Astepro.
Mr. Schnetzer has recently become a prolific voiceover talent advertising for many companies, such as Mercedes-Benz, and various prescription and over the counter medications. His work is readily heard today on radio and television.
He has appeared in numerous recent regional theater productions, including The Quality of Life (2009), Legacy of Light (world premiere)(2009) and Noises Off (2006–2007) at Arena Stage (Washington, D.C.). On Broadway, he was in The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?; A Talent for Murder; and Filumena, directed by Laurence Olivier.
Schnetzer is married to former actress Nancy Snyder, whom he met while she was playing Katrina Karr on One Life to Live. The two married in 1982. They have two children, Max and Ben Schnetzer, who is also an actor.
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