• Steve Damstra is an American composer who is married to actress Paget Brewster.
• He has a net worth of over $5 million and his wife's net worth is estimated to be around $245 million.
• He got engaged to Paget Brewster in March 2013 and they married in November 201•
• In 2018, Steve released an album in collaboration with Swanny entitled “Are You For Real”.
• Damstra is active on social media and often posts photos of himself and his friends.
Known for movies
|Fact||In a relationship with Paget Brewster.|
- 1 Who Is Paget Brewster’s Husband Steve Damstra?
- 2 Net Worth
- 3 Engagement and Wedding
- 4 Background and Height
- 5 Career in Music Department
- 6 Career
- 7 News
- 8 Social Media and Private Life
- 9 Social profile links
- 10 Facts
- 11 Pictures
- 12 Movies
- 13 Awards
Who Is Paget Brewster’s Husband Steve Damstra?
Steve Damstra was born on 21 September 1981, in the USA, so his zodiac sign is Virgo and he is 36 years old. Damstra is the composer who made music for movies such as “Excision”, “Trash Fire”, “Cheap Thrills” and “The Informers”, and is also well-known as the husband of American actress Paget Brewster.
Engagement and Wedding
In March 2013, Damstra got engaged to Paget Brewster, which she announcement with a photograph uploaded to Twitter. The wedding ceremony took place on 29 November 2014, in Los Angeles and was ultimately officiated by Matthew Gray Gubler, couple’s best friend. Her wedding ring was made of jade. As of today, the happy couple lives in Los Angeles together; they don’t have any children. Paget, who is 49 years old, is best known as the actress who has worked on numerous notable projects such as “Another Period”, “Criminal Minds” and “Community”.
Background and Height
When it comes to Damstra’s ethnicity, he is Caucasian and has brown hair and eyes. Judging from the photos available on the internet, Damstra has a slim figure, and is 5ft 6ins tall. He began his career at an early age and went on to collaborate with the band named Whirlwind Heat, which gained him recognition with the media.
— Steve Damstra (@stevedamstra) October 21, 2012
Career in Music Department
In 2002, Steve worked on “The Hot Chick” and in 2009 made music for “Built to Shred”. In the same year he also worked on “Messengers 2: The Scarecrow”, a horror movie starring actors such as Norman Reedus, Heather Stephens, Claire Holt and Richard Riehle. In 2013, Damstra’s music could be heard in “Cheap Thrills”, a comedy crime movie rewarded with nine awards such as Imagine Movie Zone Award, Director’s Award, Gold Hugo and CinEuphoria.
In 2018, Steve made an album in collaboration with Swanny entitled “Are You For Real”, which is available on services such as Spotify, and consists of 11 tracks such as “What I Want”, “I Don’t Know”, “Come On” and “Somethings Wrong With Me”. He announced this with the tweet reading “Record release day!@SWAN_SON and I made an album and it’s available now on streaming services.”
Social Media and Private Life
Being in the entertainment world, Damstra is also active on social media, such as Twitter and Instagram and is followed by 6,000 people on the former and 1,300 people on the latter, and which he uses to communicate with his fans as well as to promote his work. He often posts photos of himself and his friends.
|1||His wedding to Paget Brewster was officiated by his best friend, Matthew Gray Gubler. Brewster and Gubler were co-stars on the show Criminal Minds.|
|2||In a relationship with Paget Brewster.|
|24x36: A Movie About Movie Posters||2016||Documentary|
|The Learning Curve||2014||Short|
|10 Years + 10 Minutes||2011||Short|
|The Extraordinary Fight of Atticus Walker and the Monster in His Mind||2010||Short|
|Our Neck of the Woods||2009||Short|
|Trash Fire||2016||composer: additional music|
|All Cheerleaders Die||2013||composer: additional music - as Dueling £ugers|
|Cheap Thrills||2013/I||composer: additional music|
|Ekspeditionen til verdens ende||2013||Documentary composer: additional music|
|Messengers 2: The Scarecrow||2009||Video composer: additional music|
|Built to Shred||2009||TV Series composer - 1 episode|
|The Hot Chick||2002||musician: bass - uncredited|
|Trash Fire||2016||performer: "Hold My Hand" - as Steve Damstra / writer: "Hold My Hand" - as Steve Damstra|
|Funny or Die Presents...||2010||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Messengers 2: The Scarecrow||2009||Video performer: "Threshold For Pain", "Sin Better Days" / writer: "Threshold For Pain", "Sin Better Days"|
|The Informers||2008||office production assistant|
|2012||Fright Meter Award||Fright Meter Awards||Best Score||Excision (2012)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia