Straiht, Steven: Actor Profile

Steven Straiht plays DLeh in Roland Emmerich's “10,000 B.C.” He will next be seen in the drama Stop Loss, directed and co-written by Kimberly Peirce and also starring Ryan Phillippe.

Strait made his feature film debut in 2005s Sky High, an action comedy about a high school for super heroes in training, starring Kurt Russell and Kelly Preston. Strait played Warren Peace, the high school rebel who can shoot fire from his hands.

Strait subsequently starred opposite Ashlee Simpson in the indie feature Undiscovered. Strait played aspiring rock musician Luke Falcon, one of a group of entertainment hopefuls trying to make it in Los Angeles. He more recently starred in the horror thriller The Covenant.

Born and raised in New Yorks Greenwich Village, Strait began his acting career on the New York stage. He also studied acting at the famed Stella Adler Acting Studio and the Black Nexus Acting Studio, among others. In addition, Strait worked as a model for such top photographers as Bruce Weber, Herb Ritts, Steven Klein and Tony Duran between theatre roles.
Planning a move to Southern California to pursue his film career, Strait was in Los Angeles to look for an apartment when he auditioned for and was cast in Sky High.

Strait currently splits his time between Los Angeles and New York.