Stephen J. M. Sisk

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Stephen J.M. Sisk (born May 22, 1966) is a Canadian actor-turned manager/studio designer. Born in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, he is now best known as a business manager and technical consultant for voiceover performers, most notably David Kaye.

In addition, he helped form a studio in North Vancouver, British Columbia, the now defunct First Impressions Films that focused on the independent film community in the Vancouver area. He also led the team that produced the video production for the Canadian Animation and Electronic Arts Awards.

His career has spanned most areas of the entertainment business from acting on stage and screen to technical and production. He has been a roadie for groups such as Dire Straits, U2, Public Enemy, Mel Tormé and more than 100 others. He has been a photographer, and has shot actors, advertising and movie premieres. His photos have been seen in Time and the Wall Street Journal. He has dedicated his time to developing new talent and is widely known a tireless fighter for his clients.

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