Steven O'Broin has joined the cast as "Lou Perdition".
Here's Steven's Bio:
Steven Ã“ Broin is an actor from Dublin, Ireland now living in Massachusetts.
Steven trained at the prestigious Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin from which he graduated in 1995.
Steven was hand picked by none other than Michael Flatley himself to join the original cast of Riverdance The Show and went straight from The Gaiety School to Riverdance where he spent the first three years of that show dancing with them from Dublin to London, to Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Television appearances with Riverdance were many, including "The Late Show" with David Letterman, NBC's "Today Show", MTV Europe and various BBC and other European Networks.
During his tenure in Riverdance, he performed for many illuminaries such as Madonna, U2, George Harrison, Robin Williams, Liam Neeson, King Hussein, and many more besides. Jean Butler, the original female lead picked him to choreograph and dance in "The Brylcreem Boys" with Gabriel Byrne which took him to the Cannes Film Festival.
Expanding his repertoire into other dance disciplines, he danced in and choreographed for Dublin's Olympia pantomime where he also spent two seasons as a featured actor.
After touring Europe with Gaelforce Dance, Steven hung up his shoes in 2001, emigrated to Boston in 2002, and married one of the dancing girls.
After an entertainment world sabbatical, Steven returned in 2010 reprising his role as Oberon in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" in Dani Duggan's Shakespeare in the Park series in Plymouth.
Looking to expand into film and T.V. Steven joined the cast of a web series, "Paragods" a comedy, in the summer of 2013, he is still a cast member. Steven acted in an industrial training video later that year for Stone Media.
Roles kept coming for Steven with a lead role of a post apocalyptic gang leader in Richard Griffin's "Future Justice", a feature film, shot in Rhode Island, and playing Bearach, a Celtic warrior in a short film, "Origins" by Sharmane Johnson.
Richard Griffin's Scorpio Film Productions had him back to play a psychotherapist in another feature, a musical comedy "Accidental Incest" in 2014.
The rest of the year is looking busy again for the Irishman, with roles in features "Silence" by Vipex Productions, "Blue Suede" with Vendetta Motion Pictures, "Sins Of Dracula" with Scorpio Films, "Caped Crusader The Dark Hours" with On Edge Productions and "If You Told" a movie by Larry Enright.
Steven is like a fish back in the water in his renewed acting career, - this is all he wants to do.