Stephen Caffrey

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Born: September 27,1961
Birth place: Cleveland, Ohio ,USA .
Martial Status: Single, Living in both New York & Los Angeles
Pastimes include reading ,skiing and cheering on the Chicago Cubs.

Stephen Caffrey is the fifth of seven children.
His family  moved from Cleveland to Chicago at an early age,
Stephen developed an affection for acting when he watched his brother perform in a school production.
Stephen took up acting at  high school . By the time he graduated, he had made the decision to postpone college and pursue acting professionally.

Stephen acted in many theatre productions and with touring companies , and eventually he co-found the Immediate Theatre, an ensemble company.
Having amassed roles in plays such as 'The Front Page' , 'Agamemnon' and 'King Lear ',
He spent two years with the group before landing his first major role as the youthful Robert Conrad in 'HARD KNOX '(1984),Conrad's autobiographical television drama.

Stephen gained  more tv work and acted in the daytime soap opera ALL MY CHILDEN and was nominated for the daytime Emmy in the Outstanding Juvenile/Young man in a Drama series, for his portrayal of Andrew Cortland.

After leaving the show he also performed in the Off-Broadway production of  'The Fox' at the Westbeth Theatre in New York, and starred in New York productions of   'Small Corners', 'A Normal heart', 'A Doll's House' and 'The Man With Connections'

Stephens most popular role in television was in the series Tour of Duty.
He played Lieutenant Myron Goldman for three years.
In the third season Stephen also showed one more of his vast talents, he directed the episode War is a Contact Sport, which aired in March of 1990.

In 1990 he played “Fuzzy” a gay entertainment attorney in the film LONGTIME COMPANION .**

Stephen has made numerous guest appearances on television and a number of made for TV movies. He appeared with Terence Knox in a made for TV movie 919 FIFTH AVENUE in 1995.

He also appeared in the movie FOR RICHER, FOR POORER with Jack Lemmon and in THE BABE with John Goodman. He starred in the movie BURIED ALIVE 2 and his latest movie BLOWBACK.

**The film takes its name from the euphemistic phrase used in Obituaries to describe the surviving lovers of those lost to AIDS. (American Playhouse Theatrical Films)



Blowback (1999)
Buried Alive 2 (1997)
Nothing Lasts Forever (1995)
919 Fifth Avenue (1995)
Young Indiana Jones and the Hollywood Follies (1994)
Twist of a Knife –[Diagnosis Murder] (1993)
Murder of Innocence (1993)
A House on Sycamore Street [Diagnosis Murder] (1992)
For Richer, For Poorer (1992)
The Babe (1992)
Columbo:Columbo Goes to College (1990) as Justin Rowe
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Longtime Companion (1990) Fuzzy
Hard Knox (1984)
Along For The Ride ( ? )- 


Diagnosis Murder –Dr. Jack Parker (1993-1994)

Tour of Duty –Lt. Myron Goldman (1987-1990)
All My Children –Andrew Preston Cortland (1984-1986)



CSI: Miami- Nailed (2005) TV Episode .... Gary Hall
Touched by an Angel (2000)
Judging Amy (1999)
Providence – [Thanksgiving Movie] (1999)
The Practice (1997)
The Big Easy (1997)
Chicago Hope –{2 Episodes} (1996)
Murder She Wrote (1993)
The Boys of Twilight (1992)
LA Law (1991)
Murder She Wrote (1990)
Getting There ( ? )
The Legend Of Prince Valiant ( ? )


SAFE HARBOUR –(ABC Afterschool Special), Remedy for Murder—(made for television movie)



 Stephen is very active in theatre and theatre workshops, which keeps him out of the publics’ eye.

He has also directed a play, APOCALYPIC BUTTERFLIES at the Zephyr theatre in Los Angeles November 1990.


*note - these aren't in any particular order

Bach at Leipzig
Oleanna - John The professor - 2006
Hay's Code (Comedy) by Andrew B. Smith - 2006
A Restoration Comedy -LoveLess -2005-06
36 Views Jan 2005
The Voysey Inheritance -Hugh Voysey-2005
The Real Thing Oct-Nov 2004
Homewrecker - James -2004
A Doll's House - Torvald -2004
The Front Page - ( Earl Williams )
Agamemnon - ( Ensemble )
King Lear - ( Edgar )
The Fox - ( Henry )
Moonchildren - ( Dick )
The Wager - ( Leeds )
The Boys In The Band - ( Larry )
Bingo with the Indians
My Fair Lady - ( Freddy )
Godspell - ( Judas )
Clues - ( Mae/Owen )
Sweeny Todd - ( Tobias )
Small Corners
A Normal Heart - ( Ned )
A Doll's House - ( Krogstad )
The Man With Connections
Singers Boy
A Doll ‘s House
The Scarlet Letter
The Miser - ( Valere )
No Time For Sgt. S - ( Irving Blanchard )
Cost of Business

Real Inspector Hound - ( Simon )
Cosmetic Surgery - ( Alden )
I Hate Hamlet
The Singers Boy
What you Get and Want you Expect
- March 20th 2000 to April 9th 2000
(Ce Qui Arrive Et Ce Qu'on Attend)
at the New York Theatre Workshop, 79 East 4th Street, New York , NY 10003
as Phillipe,
An architect who takes himself and his work very seriously in this play about architects fighting for a shot to build mankind’s first monument on the moon.

What you Get and Want you Expect


Stephen Caffrey               Actor
David Chandler               Actor
T. Scott Cunningham        Actor
Adam Greer                   Actor
Peter Jacobsen                Actor
Kathryn Meisle                Actor
Pamela Payton-Wright     Actor


Christopher Ashley      Director
Hal J. Witt                   Translation
Jean-Marie Besset       Playwright
Klara Zieglerova          Set Designer
Frances Aronson           Lighting Designer
Amela Baksic               Costume Designer
Kurt Kellenberger         Sound Design
Lee Kahrs                     Production Stage Manager

The Body of Bourne      July 2001

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By John Belluso
Directed by Lisa Peterson
A passionate, lively and joyful new play about the public and private life of Randloph Bourne,
essayist, orator, poet, playwright and social critic, whose significant physical disability gave him a unique perspective on America at the turn of the century.
An outspoken critic of World War I, who foresaw further international instability and expressed a longing for a truly cosmopolitan society that would draw its strength from ethnic diversity and political pluralism.


Some directors Stephen has worked with are Lisa Peterson and Paul Rudnick.


Stephen provided the voice of SCABBY in the Disney cartoon DINOSAURS in 1992.

The Stephen Caffrey Gallery

Stephen Caffrey Interview
from January 23, 1989
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