Steven is an award winning performer. His professional career has spanned over two decades internationally. At age 10 he won the role of Luke in Strictly Ballroom. The film was a success and won 17 awards and 11 nominations worldwide including a Golden Globe® nomination for Best Picture. This began his long association with Baz Luhrmann and Oscar® winner Catherine Martin, with them he has been involved in many projects including the Opening Extravaganza of Fox Studios Australia, their production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream and he played the role of lead tango dancer in the Oscar® nominated film Moulin Rouge, again for Best Picture. This established him as an elite talent and working with the best from a young age.
Steven has recently appeared as Swing and Assistant Dance Captain in Priscilla, Queen Of The Desert on the West End, London. He also Partnered Darcey Bussell and provided some of the voice-overs for the Christmas Day special Darcey Bussell Dances Hollywood on BBC2.
Other recent work includes The 2010 Royal Variety Performance (London Palladium) for Take That performing for The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall. Steven also performed at the 2010 Ryder Cup concert with opera singer Katherine Jenkins.
Theatre includes Chicago on the West End, London,(Adelphi/Cambridge) performing alongside Brooke Shields, Ashlee Simpson and original Wonder Woman Lynda Carter. He has also performed Chicago in Cyprus and most recently in Australasia playing Fred Casely. Steven to date has played every male character in the show and has understudied and played the roles of Billy Flynn and Amos Hart as well as Dance Captain. Steven won a Green Room Award for Chicago in Australia.
Other shows include Trick in The Boy From Oz, Dein Perry’s Steel City Australian and U.S Tour including Radio City Music Hall in New York, which made a history making season as the first Australian tap group ever to perform there. Fame (cover Joe Vegas and Nick Piazza), 42nd Street, We Will Rock You as one of the original Australian cast hand picked by Queen themselves. Concerts include the Fox Studios Opening with Hugh Jackman and Caroline O’Connor’s concert series From Stage to Screen in Melbourne and the Sydney Opera House.
Other West End credits include comedian Pam Ann’s show Terror at 41000 Feet at London’s Hammersmith Apollo, Viva La Diva as a solo singer and partnering Prima Ballerina from The Royal Ballet, Darcey Bussell and Opera Singer Katherine Jenkins. The show then went onto play a special season at London’s O2 Arena. Steven has appeared in The Royal Variety Performance 2004 (Coliseum) & 2008 plus countless royal command performances in the presence of Her Majesty the Queen and The Prince of Wales. Steven has also appeared in Carmen at the Royal Opera House for The Royal Opera.
Films include The Young Victoria , Scooby Doo and Bootmen.
Steven has performed with many international music artists including Kylie Minogue, Cliff Richard, Elton John, Geri Halliwell, Dannii Minogue, Tina Arena, Sam Sparro, Jamelia, Will Young, Girls Aloud, Alesha Dixon and Michael Bublé to name a few.
TV includes So You Think You Can Dance as a guest artist (Australia). The Paul O’Grady Show (UK) and Bo’ Selecta (UK).
He has also appeared at the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games opening and closing ceremonies with Kylie Minogue. In 2006 Steven performed with Elton John at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Steven played a sell out 21 night season with music legend Cliff Richard at the Royal Albert Hall and has joined Cliff in 3 international tours.
Modelling includes Vogue magazine USA and Australia, featured with Nicole Kidman for Moulin Rouge, photographed by world renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz, Harper’s Bazaar photographed by Ellen Von Unwerth, and the Moulin Rouge coffee table book. Other modelling includes Armani , Ralph Lauren and Valentino in Cannes, France.
Steven is also a champion Ballroom & Latin dancer.
Choreography highlights include Dancing With The Stars Australia, a tango tour for Julio Iglesias and personal choreographer for Broadway and West End star Caroline O’Connor. Recent choreography includes the 2012 Australia Day Gala Dinner at Australia House, London and the reopening of Hamer Hall, The Arts Centre Melbourne for Caroline O’Connor.
Steven continues to work extensively around the world in the entertainment industry.
“He’s everywhere that Stevie”
-Baz Luhrmann 2001
Nathan has recently appeared as Carlos in “Legally Blonde” at the Savoy Theatre on the West End, London.
Nathan’s professional career began at the age of 9 in two Opera Australia productions, “Falstaff” and “Manon Lescaut”. As a young boy he also appeared in numerous television commercials such as the famed “Sea Monkey’s”, “Australia Post” and “Meadow Lea” advertisements.
Nathan has been involved in Melbourne Fashion Week, modelling for King Gee clothing and took part in launching for Mercedes Benz.
He modeled clothing for the children’s brand, Designer Kids, featured on television shows such as, “It Takes Two”, “Blue Heelers”, “The Footy Show”, “Australia’s Most Wanted”, “Wicked Science”, “The Morning Show”, “Mornings with Kerrie Anne”, “So You Think You Can Dance” and “Sunrise” and recorded several voiceovers for radio. He has also performed with some of Australia’s finest including multi-award winning Caroline O’Connor, Rhonda Burchmore, Deni Hines and theatre legend Nancye Hayes.
His musical theatre debut was in the Production Company’s “The Music Man” when he was just 15. He then toured Australia and Japan with “We Will Rock You”. At 18, he was part of the original Australian production, “Dusty: The Original Pop Diva” (Young Tom) choreographed by the late Ross Coleman. He then rejoined “We Will Rock You” in Japan as a swing. In 2007, he performed in The Production Company’s “Sweet Charity” and “Forty Second Street” (Thief).
Nathan then decided to slip his tap shoes back on and co-created a dance show for the Melbourne Fringe Festival called “Rhythm and Runners” (Dance Captain). He then toured South Korea with “Eurobeat: Almost Eurovision” and then joined Disney’s “High School Musical: Live on Stage!” (Covers: Jack Scott/Ryan Evans).
Nathan was then cast as Spirit of Fosse (Cover: Mary Sunshine) in “Chicago: The Musical” for which he received a Green Room Award.
Recently he performed the role of Baby John in the new production of Jerome Robbin’s “West Side Story”.
Nathan is renowned for his progressive work as a passionate performer, songwriter and artist within the industry and continues to create and work with the world’s finest.