Fee band from £ 4000 - 7000
Steve is based in London in the UK and spends most of his spare time pursuing various outdoor sports and keeping his stunt skills up to date. He also writes and design TV shows with stunt and action themes and designs stunts for TV, Film and Commercials. He's a trained actor and television presenter. He has been on the Equity Stunt Register since 1996.
Steve has an extensive background in British Special Forces as a reservist with both the Territorial Army SAS (21) and Royal Marines Reserves SBS (Swimmer/Canoeist 3). Among the many military skills gathered, he is Paramedic trained (Special Forces Patrol Medic) with extensive hospital attachment experience and is a qualified Army Physical Training Instructor. He is an Armed and Unarmed Combat instructor and an anti-ambush / counter terrorist driving instructor.
He has completed over 200 military parachute jumps from balloons, a variety of aircraft, daytime and at night, on land and sea. In 1991 Steve was awarded the coveted US Marine Corps 'Gold Parachute Wings' at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, whilst on an exchange attachment with US Special Forces.
His many extreme sports such as Skydiving, Rock Climbing, Mountaineering, Long Distance Canoeing, Ultra Long Distance Fell Running and Triathlon have been pursued since his teens.
Sporting achievements include 1,000+ parachute descents (military and civilian), Several Marathons, Bronze Medal Team Army Cross Country Champs 1984, Several Triathlons (3rd place team in Army National Triathlon Champs 1992), Rock Climbing to UK E3 standard, Mountaineering to Grade V, Mountain Leader Training Board Single Pitch Supervisors’ Award 1996, Fencing AFA Grade 6 in all three weapons, 5 years studying Kendo (Japanese Samurai martial art), Motor Sport Formula Ford 1600 and Formula First (extensive experience), Trampolining Elementary Gold Certificate, Swimming ASA Water Skills Level 6, BSAC Dive Leader,
In 1998 Steve Captained the Fastest Reserve Forces boat in 126 mile Devises-Westminster Canoe Race, ( He has completed the DW race three times). This race is the longest continuous canoe race in the World, and is considered by many to be one of the World’s toughest physical events. Steve's best time was 20hours 40mins, gaining 21st place out of over 1000 boats. In 1988 he won the trophy for the fastest reserve forces boat. Steve has represented both the Royal Marines and the SAS in this race.
He has spent some time travelling overseas on expeditions to India and Nepal including the jungles of West Nepal and the Himalayas - both leading expeditions and acting as team medic.
As well as travelling, he spent time running training courses for outdoor organisations and is a Survival expert and instructor. Steve was one of the founder members and team trainer for the Drive For Youth Programme, which was a charitable organisation helping less privileged youths to rebuild their self confidence and gain employment.