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Stephen Kunken Biography
Stephen Michael Kunken better known as Stephen Kunken is an American actor. He was born in 1971 and grew up in Long Island, Upper Brookville, New York.
His dad is a dentist while his mother is a retired grade school teacher. He received his B.A degree from Tufts University in 1993. He attended the Juilliard School of acting.
Stephen Kunken Age
He was born in 1971 and grew up in Long Island, Upper Brookville, New York. He is 47-48 years old as of 2018/2019.
Stephen Kunken Wife | Stephen Kunken Jen Thompson
He has been married to Jenn Thompson since September 2005. They live in Brooklyn with their daughter, Naomi, whom they adopted from Ethiopia.
Stephen Kunken Height
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Stephen Kunken Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $ 9 million.
Stephen Kunken Career
Kunken has shown up on Broadway as David Halberstam in David Auburn’s The Columnist (2012); inverse Kathleen Turner in High (2011); Tom Stoppard’s Rock ‘n’ Roll (2007); Frost/Nixon (2007) (for which he got Outer Critics Circle Award (Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play) and Drama League Award assignments),; Festen (2006); and Proof (substitution, 2002).
For his job as CFO Andrew Fastow in Lucy Prebble’s Enron, he got a 2010 Tony Award assignment for Featured Actor in a Play. Off-Broadway, he played Tim Andrews in the honor winning Richard Nelson cycle of Apple Plays, which incorporates That Hopey Changey Thing, Sweet and Sad, and Regular Singing in 2013 at The Public.
He assumed the title job as Nikolai Nabakov in Lincoln Center Theater’s generation of Richard Nelson’s Nikolai and the Others in 2013. He has shown up like Dr. Phil in the widely praised creation of Kate Fodor’s lighthearted comedy RX (2012, Primary Stages generation); as the Stage Manager in the 2009 David Cromer-coordinated recovery of Thornton Wilder’s Our Town (substitution as of January 5, 2010, Barrow Street Theater); Theresa Rebeck’s Our House (2009, Playwrights Horizons); Fabulation at Playwrights Horizons (2004); A Very Common Procedure by Courtney Baron at Manhattan Class Company (2007) (for which he got a Drama League Award assignment); Journals of Mihail Sebastian by David Auburn with the Keen Company in 2004 and Misalliance at the Roundabout Theater Company (1997).
He performed in The Story (2003), Henry VIII (1997) and A Dybbuk (1997) at the Public Theater. Locally, Kunken has showed up in Quartermaine’s Terms (2009), True West (2009), Three Sisters as Solyony (2008) all at the Williamstown Theater Festival; and Mister Roberts as Doc at the Kennedy Center in 2005, among numerous different credits.
His TV credits include: Unforgettable, Blue Bloods, The Good Wife, Gossip Girl, The Unusuals, New Amsterdam, Law and Order, Law and Order: Criminal Intent, Law and Order: SVU, The Sopranos, Spin City, Far East (2001, TV motion picture), Mary and Rhoda (2000, TV film) and The Affair.
In film, Kunken’s work incorporates The Wolf of Wall Street (2013), Still Alice (2014), Café Society (2016), A Birder’s Guide to Everything (2014), The Bay (2012), Price Check (2012), Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (2011), All Good Things (2010), Taking Woodstock (2009), The Girl in the Park (2008), Wait until This Year, Light and the Sufferer (2014), and Bamboozled (2000).
Stephen Kunken Filmography | Stephen Kunken Movies
Here is a list of movies and TV shows that he has made notable appearances;
- Still Alice
- Jason Bourne
- Bridge of Spies
- All Good Things
- Café Society
- Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close
- Taking Woodstock
- The Bay – Nach Angst Kommt Panik
- A Birder’s Guide to Everything
- Price Check
- Wait ’til This Year
- Policy Of Truth
- Wolf of Wall Street
- handmaid’s Tale
Stephen Kunken Billions
He created the character role of Ari Spyros in this TV series. Wealth, influence and corruption collide in this drama set in New York. Shrewd U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades is embroiled in a high-stakes game of predator vs. prey with Bobby Axelrod, an ambitious hedge-fund king.
To date, Rhoades has never lost an insider trading case — he’s 81-0 — but when criminal evidence turns up against Axelrod, he proceeds cautiously in building the case against Axelrod, who employs Rhoades’ wife, psychiatrist Wendy, as a performance coach for his company.
Wendy, who has been in her position longer than Chuck has been in his, refuses to give up her career for her husband’s legal crusade against Axelrod. Both men use their intelligence, power, and influence to outmaneuver the other in this battle over billions. The high-profile cast is led by Emmy winners Paul Giamatti (“John Adams”) and Damian Lewis (“Homeland”) as Chuck Rhoades and Bobby Axelrod, respectively.
First episode date: 17 January 2016
No. of seasons: 3
Production location: New York City
Networks: Showtime, Sky One
Stephen Kunken Handmaid’s Tale
He created the character role of Commander Putnam in this TV series. Based on the best-selling novel by Margaret Atwood, this series is set in Gilead, a totalitarian society in what used to be part of the United States.
Gilead is ruled by a fundamentalist regime that treats women as property of the state and is faced with environmental disasters and a plummeting birth rate. In a desperate attempt to repopulate a devastated world, the few remaining fertile women are forced into sexual servitude. One of these women, Offred, is determined to survive the terrifying world she lives in, and find the daughter that was taken from her.
No. of episodes: 23 (list of episodes)
Awards: Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series
Production locations: Toronto, Hamilton, Cambridge, Vaughan
Stephen Kunken Wolf of Wall Street
In 1987, Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio) takes an entry-level job at a Wall Street brokerage firm. By the early 1990s, while still in his 20s, Belfort found his own firm, Stratton Oakmont. Together with his trusted lieutenant (Jonah Hill) and a merry band of brokers, Belfort makes a huge fortune by defrauding wealthy investors out of millions.
However, while Belfort and his cronies partake in a hedonistic brew of sex, drugs, and thrills, the SEC and the FBI close in on his empire of excess.
Initial release: 17 December 2013 (New York City)
Director: Martin Scorsese
Box office: 392 million USD
Awards: MTV Movie Award for Best Jaw-Dropping Moment
Production companies: Paramount Pictures, Red Granite Pictures, Appian Way Productions, Sikelia Productions
Stephen Kunken Still Alice
Dr. Alice Howland (Julianne Moore) is a renowned linguistics professor at Columbia University. When words begin to escape her and she starts becoming lost on her daily jogs, Alice must come face-to-face with a devastating diagnosis: early-onset Alzheimer’s disease.
As the once-vibrant woman struggles to hang on to her sense of self for as long as possible, Alice’s three grown children must watch helplessly as their mother disappears more and more with each passing day.
Initial release: 5 December 2014 (USA)
Directors: Richard Glatzer, Wash Westmoreland
Story by: Lisa Genova
Awards: Academy Award for Best Actress, MORE
Screenplay: Richard Glatzer, Wash Westmoreland
Stephen Kunken Cafe Society
Looking for an exciting career, young Bobby Dorfman leaves New York for the glitz and glamour of 1930s Hollywood. After landing a job with his uncle, Bobby falls for Vonnie, a charming woman who happens to be his employer’s mistress.
Settling for friendship but ultimately heartbroken, Bobby returns to the Bronx and begins working in a nightclub. Everything falls into place when he finds romance with a beautiful socialite until Vonnie walks back into his life and captures his heart once again.
Initial release: 11 May 2016 (Switzerland)
Director: Woody Allen
Box office: 43.8 million USD
Budget: 30 million USD
Nominations: ADG Excellence in Production Design Awards – Period Film, etc.