Who is Steve Lund?
Steve Lund was born on the 9th January 1989 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, and is an actor, probably best known to the world from playing Nick Sorrentino in the TV fantasy-drama series “Bitten” (2014-2016), and also as Stewart in the TV series “Yukonic!” back in 2011. He also made a notable appearance in the TV series “Beauty and the Beast” (2013), among many other differing roles.
Steve Lund Wiki: Early Life, Parents, and Education
Steve grew up in his hometown, and during his childhood years played ice hockey for the Halifax ice hockey team in the junior league. He was also well interested into acting, and once his hockey career was struck down by an injury, Steve pursued acting professionally.
Steve’s career started in the late 2000s, with roles in short films “End of Message” in 2000, and “The Dunwich Horror” in 2010, while in 2011 he reaped the fruit of his hard work with the role of Stewart in the series “Yukonic”, co-starring Chad Krowchuk and Lara Gilchrist. After that, Steve started building a name for himself by appearing in several highly-appraised TV series, such as “Blue Mountain State”, “Nikita” in 2012, then “Hemlock Grove” and “Beauty and the Beast” both in 2013. Steve was also cast in the recurring role of Colorado Kid/James Cogan in the TV mystery drama series “Haven” in 2013.
Rise to Prominence
After a few more one-off appearances, Steve got his big break with the role of Nick Sorrentino in the TV fantasy drama series “Bitten”, which premiered on the 11th January 2014 on Space, and had three seasons before it ended on the 15th April 2016. Steve became extremely popular and the face of the show, announcing new seasons and episodes, and conducting interviews with magazines and TV stations. Upon the series end, Steve built on his success and in 2017 got the part of Lord Luc Narcisse in the fantasy drama series “Reign”.
Alright America, it's your turn tonight!Make sure you tune in to a new episode of #Bitten on Syfy tonight 8/7 c!
Steve has become quite a renowned name when it comes to Canadian actors, and has continued to prove his talents in various TV roles, such as the part of Ean Callaghan in the television film “The Christmas Cottage” in 2017, while in 2018 he starred in the television comedy film “Secret Millionaire”. Steve has also played Ernest Hemingway in the TV series “Frankie Drake Mysteries”.
— steve lund (@leven_stund) November 20, 2017
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CALLING ALL CANADIANS.Tune in to CBC tonight at 9 for the series premiere of #FrankieDrakeMysteries and you might catch a glimpse of a spritely young scribe.. ?️♀️
Do You Know About Steve’s Personal Life, Affairs, Dating, Marriage, Children?
When it comes to his personal life, Steve is one of those celebrities who tend to keep their most intimate details hidden from the public eye. So his relationship status, children and other important information is unknown. Perhaps this will change with stardom!?
Is Steve Lund Gay?
His secretive nature has given birth to a number of controversies, including rumors of him being gay. Never linked to any female co-star in projects on which he worked, Steve has brought into question his sexuality – Steve hasn’t denied or confirmed anything yet, however, he has posted a picture of himself next to a man with the caption “I do”.
Since launching his career, Steve has also become popular on social media platforms, especially Instagram and Twitter, though he is also no stranger to Facebook. His official Instagram page has over 34,000 followers, with whom he has shared pictures from his travels, including to the Grand Canyon, and used his influence to promote equal rights, among many other posts. Steve is also rather active on Twitter, with a fan base of more than 19,000 people, on which he shares his personal ideas, opinions, likes and dislikes, such as his taste in music. Steve can also be found on Facebook, on which he has just over 12,000 followers. So, if you aren’t already a fan of this up-and-coming actor, then this is a perfect opportunity for you, just skip over to his official pages.