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Upon completing his graduate degree from the University of Alabama/Alabama Shakespeare Festival, ERIC SHEFFER STEVENS pursued a career in theater, starring in the world premiere of the Keith Reddin's play Synergy at the Alley Theatre in Houston. Over the next years he worked in both classical and contemporary productions at theaters all over the country. Eric went on to appear in the Lincoln Center production of King Lear, starring Christopher Plummer. He would later return to Lincoln Center for the Tony Award winning and highly acclaimed trilogy The Coast of Utopia, written by Tom Stoppard and featuring Ethan Hawke, Billy Crudup, and Brian F. O'Byrne.

Eric's work on television first earned critical acclaim on As The World Turns in which he played neurosurgeon Dr. Reid Oliver. The character's controversial storyline immediately became a fan favorite and garnered Eric widespread recognition.

In 2011, Eric's on camera career hit a high note with several notable productions. SILENT HOUSE, a thriller from OPEN WATER directors Chris Kentis and Laura Lau, also starring Elizabeth Olsen, debuted at the Sundance Film Festival to rave reviews. Most recently, Eric booked the WBTV/FBC multi-cam comedy I HATE MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER, also starring Jamie Pressly.

Eric's other recent projects include JULIE & JULIA opposite Amy Adams, and TV guest spots on the Emmy nominated Showtime series The Big C, the season finale of Body of Proof, and Law & Order: Criminal Intent.

He resides in New York City with his wife and children.


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