Steven Dasz was born in 1977 in Buenos Aires, Argentina; he started Tae Kwoon Do training when he was ten years old and soon after joined tournaments, in 1992 Steven initiated his training on the Japanese martial arts "Ninjitsu" and "Aikido"; he also got started in competitive gymnastics; two years after, Steven joined the competitive gymnastics team for the River Plate Athletic Sports club. In 1996 Mr. Dasz travelled to Sao Paulo, Brazil in order to train Ving Tsun Kung Fu directly from the master Leo Imamura, many more trips to Brazil followed the first one, in which Steven trained Capoeira and at the same time kept in touch with different masters.
In 2004, he played the main role in the short action film "The Contact"; he also directed the action scenes, choreographed the fights, and co-edited the film entirely. Afterwards, Steven wrote, directed and starred in the short "Evolucion". He then played a Ninja in the short film "The New Guy" which had the honor of being screened in the Egyptian Theatre of Hollywood. Steven also participated in the film of Pedro Jaen "Tras los Pasos Del Bandolero" as the Kung Fu Intructor in October of 2009.
Training Fight Choreographys in ACT (Action Cinema Training).
He performed as a soldier in a school-theater,in this event assist his teacher in the choreography and bringing this his interest in stage combat and martial arts movies (1988).
Trampoline workout in Buenos Aires Argentina with the founder of the sports acrobatic, the now defunct Joe Graciano.
Start training martial arts when was 10 years (Tae Kwon Do).
Attended at Catholic School Monsenor Antonio Sabelli in Buenos Aires (Argentina) 1982/1989.
Did a Workshop in Physical Trainning imparted by Cory Everson (Miss Olimpia 6 times) in Buenos Aires.
Young brother of Damian Rilo and Twin brother of Andrew Dasz.
Lived in Argentina (Buenos Aires) 24 years, in Brazil (Sao Paulo) 7 months, in Spain (Malaga/Madrid/Barcelona/Canary Island) 7 years and in Los Angeles (California, USA) 1 year.
He began to teach Acrobatics class in Madrid, Spain.
Met and trained with Bill "Superfoot" Wallace in Buenos Aires Seminar (1991).
Started training Kung Fu Wu-Shu in Buenos Aires, Argentina(2002). Also, trained in Los Angeles, California(2004) and Sau Paulo, Brazil.
Made the teaser for "Stunt Games", where he suffered a sprained right knee in testing prior to filming.
He likes to incorporate in his fight choreography different martial arts styles and combat sports. Kung Fu, Capoeira, Tae Kwon Do, Boxing.
The role of Spanish Combat Bull in The Medallion of Kung Fu whit Gordon Liu (as Chia Hui Liu) was offered to Andrew Dasz, but he couldn't make it. His twin brother, Steven Dasz, was cast instead.
He started training Ving Tsun in Chin Wan School whit Sifu Claudio Direnzo, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
He traveled to Sao Paulo, at age 19, for training Kung Fu Ving Tsun in a Moy Yat Ving Tsun whit Sifu Leo Imamura.
He start training Western Boxing in Almagro Boxing Club (Parque Centenario), also training in Mc Kein Fitnness (Colegiales) and YPF Sport Club.
He started training Capoeira in Buenos Aires (2000). Also training in Sao Paulo whit different schools and Masters.
He is of Spanish descent and Italian/Argentinian descent.
Son of Jose Antonio Rilo Barreiro and Susana Jacinta Lacquaniti.
He started rock climbing in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1998.
Also trained in Greco-Roman and Wrestling in CENARD (Centro Nacional de Alto Rendimiento Deportivo) when he was in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1998.
Has strong interest in Tai Chi, he started practicing when he was living in Buenos Aires, continued when he moved to Tarragona, Barcelona. He has been training with a Chinese Sifu in Hong Kong since 2009.
In 2006, took private Boxing Western Class with Yambito Gamboa in East LA (USA).
When the preparation and the opportunity are, the success arises.
Where Are They Now
(January 2011) Hong Kong, China: Living and working.
(June 2006) Los Angeles, CA, USA: Living and working.
(June 2011) Shanghai, China: Living one month and seeking role in Films and TV. Also, learn putongua (Chinese).
(July 2005) Buenos Aires, Argentina: Working on short film (Drunker Mister by Marcelo Duran).
(March 2008) Tarragona, BCN, Spain: Working on Stunt Show in Port Aventura (Universal Studios).
(March 2009) Hong Kong, China: Seeking role in a Movie.
(February 2008) Manheim, Germany: Work in a Photoshoot whit Claudia Katrina.
(June 2005) Malaga, Spain: Working on scripts for short films.
(February 2008) Mamhein, Germany: Work in a photoshoot in Chinatown garden.
(October 2008) London, England: Working in two photoshoots (Studio).
(August 2011) Hong Kong, China: Work in a short movie.
(February 2002) Buenos Aires, Argentina: Living and training Whu Shu (Rafael Castillo), Capoeira (Centro Cultural) and Gymnastics (Parque Centenario).
(October 2002) Malaga, Spain: Living, working and training in Benalmadena.
(March 2003) Sao Paulo, Brazil: Visit at your brother (Andrew) in the Moy Yat Ving Tsun Kung Fu school and training Wu Shu.
(September 2002) Madrid, Spain: Living and working.
(February 2002) Buenos Aires, Argentina:Living and working.
(October 2002) Malaga, Spain: Living and working.
(October 2004) Los Angeles, CA, USA: Living one month and training in ACT (Action Cinema Training) in Pasadena.
(March 2000) Sao Paulo, Brazil: Living and working.
(October 2002) Malaga, Spain: Living, working and training.
(February 2002) Buenos Aires, Argentina: Living, working and training.
(September 2011) Bangkok, Thailand: Seeking role in a movies, make castings and work in a short film.
(October 2011) Beijing, China: Do a casting for a movie.