Steven Brand is an actor.
As an actor, Steven Brand has been seen in movies such as Hellraiser: Revelations, released in 2011 in which he plays Dr. Ross Craven, Say It in Russian (2007) in which he plays Andrew Lamont, Saving Lincoln (2013) as Ned Baker, The Human Contract (2008).
, starring L. Coco, P. Ann Miller, B. Davison, C. Bratton...
, starring D. Buran, J. Andersen, N. Eversman, S. Smith Collins...
The Human Contract
Directed by: J. Pinkett Smith
Say It in Russian
Directed by: J. Celentano, starring S. Brand, A. Gotova, F. Dunaway, A. Nesic...
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