Chambers Stevens

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Chambers Stevens
BornJune 10, 1964

Chambers Stevens (born June 10, 1964) is an American actor, playwright, author and acting coach. Stevens was the co-founder in 1988 of the Nashville Shakespeare Festival.


Stevens played the title character in the multi-Emmy-award-winning The Steve Spots as well as the Emmy-award-winning The Parent Zone.

For PBS he also played the title character in the children’s series Funnybones, as well as the spin-off series Geo-Scout, for which he received an Emmy nomination.,[1][2]


In 1994 Chambers won the Back Stage Garland Award for his play Desperate for Magic [3] a one-man show in which Stevens also starred.



  • Magnificent Monologues for Kids: Kids’ Monologues for Every Occasion Sandcastle Publishing 1999 ISBN 1-883995-08-6
  • 24 Carat Commercials for Kids: Everything Kids Need to Know Sensational Sandcastle Publishing 1999 ISBN 1-883995-09-4
  • Sensational Scenes for Teens: The Scene Study-guide for Teen Actors Sandcastle Publishing 2001 ISBN 1-883995-10-8
  • Magnificent Monologues For Teens: The Teens’ Monologue Source For Every Occasion! Sandcastle Publishing 2002 ISBN 1-883995-11-6
  • Sensational Scenes for Kids: The Scene Study-Guide for Young Actors Sandcastle Publishing 2003 ISBN 1-883995-12-4
  • The Ultimate Commercial Book for Kids and Teens: The Young Actors’ Commercial Study-guide Sandcastle Publishing 2005 ISBN 1-883995-13-2
  • Magnificent Monologues for Kids 2: More Kids’ Monologues for Every Occasion Sandcastle Publishing 2009 ISBN 1-883995-14-0

Acting Coach[edit]

Stevens has been a highly sought after audition coach for young actors since 1990.[4] His clients have appeared on television, film and the Broadway stage.[5]

Former students and clients[edit]

Chambers Stevens works with a range of clients, from talented up-and-comers to award-winning actors:


  1. ^ "Next". Buffalo News. July 10, 2002.
  2. ^ "Chambers Stevens...Still a Boy at Heart". The Star News. July 26, 2002.
  3. ^ Kendt, Rob (Jan 5, 1994). "Stage Notes". Backstage West.
  4. ^ LA Weekly. Aug 7, 2003. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  5. ^ Charleston Gazette. May 3, 2001. Missing or empty |title= (help)

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