STEPHEN DORFF (Homer Van Meter) is one of
the most respected actors in
Hollywood, having worked
with some of the most prominent
directors in the business.
Dorff is currently shooting
the Focus Features drama
Somewhere, written and
directed by Sofia Coppola.
Set at the historic Chateau
Marmont, the film centers on
a bad-boy actor (Dorff) who is forced to examine his
life when his 11-year-old daughter pays him an unexpected
visit. He is also shooting the Sony Pictures
comedy Born to Be a Star, starring as Dick Shadow, a
legendary porn star, opposite Christina Ricci.
Produced by Adam Sandler, the story is about a boy
who finds out his parents were porn stars.
Dorff can also be seen in the upcoming independent
feature Black Water Transit for director Tony
Kaye. Based on the novel, the film follows the divergent
agendas of criminals, cops and lawyers as they
collide over a shipment of illegal firearms and a
Dorff recently starred in the feature film Felon,
which he produced. Other credits include Oliver
Stone's World Trade Center; Lee Daniels'
Shadowboxer; the Disney thriller Cold Creek Manor,
directed by Mike Figgis; Scott Kalvert's street-gang
drama Deuces Wild; and the John Waters comedy
Cecil B. DeMented. Dorff won an MTV Movie Award
for his role as the villain in Blade.
His additional credits include Entropy and Blood
and Wine, with Jack Nicholson, and he starred opposite
Harvey Keitel in City of Industry. Dorff starred as
the fifth Beatle, Stuart Sutcliffe, in Iain Softley's
Backbeat and as the notorious Candy Darling in I
Shot Andy Warhol.
Chosen from more than 2,000 young men from
around the world, Dorff auditioned and won the coveted
role of P.K. Newborn in John G. Avildsen's The Power
of One in 1992. For his performance, he was awarded
the ShoWest Male Star of Tomorrow Award from the
National Association of Theatre Owners.
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