TalentRaters is happy to announce Steve!
Steve Stanulis, an entrepreneur of sorts, a decorated the protector of the great city of New York as well as the security of many celebrities is an actor too. One of the actors he looked after was none other than Leonardo DiCaprio who then suggested him to pursue his career in acting. Steve took that advice and enrolled at HB Studios only to be casted in the projects like “The Replacements” and “The Gangs of New York”. This opened the door for Steve to garner parts in films like “The Interpreter”, “I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry” and not to mention notable independent films “Cupidity” and “Over the GW”.
Besides appearing in films, he has also launched his own company called Stanulis Productions, Inc., where he released the film “Long Shot Louie” starring Jake Robinson (The Carrie Diaries). That explicit project won the Best Drama at the Williamsburg Film Festival. Steve would add another notch to his producing abilities with an Off-Broadway show called “Stripped” which was a semi-biography about his time as a Chippendale dancer. You may have seen him in the “Sopranos” and the recent smash HBO series called “The Deuce”.
His biggest accomplishment was the first feature film where he played the lead. The project was “The Invisible Life of Thomas Lynch” which won many awards. Currently, he’s brewing a lot of projects. First, he is releasing a documentary around Christmas called the “Legends of Freestyle starring Lisa Lisa and C & C Music Factory”.It covers the phenomenon that was “freestyle music” during the 80’s, its inception, cruel death and then its resurgence in 2002.
Besides this grand venture he just wrapped up the feature film “Clinton Road” that stars actors like Ice T, Vincent Pastore, Bo Dietl, Ace Young and Fredro Starr. It is actually a horror film that is in the vein of “Annabelle” which is based on a real scary street in New Jersey. The project is being released by Steve’s company Chaos Productions in the April of 2018. Steve co-directed it with Richie Greico. Another project in the works is a sensitive one entitled “Wasted Talent” (a pun from the film “Bronx Tale”) which will be another documentary about the incident involving actor Lilo Brancato.