Stephen Chambers (actor)

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Stephen Chambers (actor/screenwriter)

Stephen Chambers is a Canadian actor and screenwriter from Toronto, Ontario.



Stephen has worked in television, film, and theater and has appeared in both Canadian and American productions.

While Stephen has acted in well-known TV series such as Rookie Blue, Jett, The Expanse, and Murdoch Mysteries, his most noteworthy role has been his portrayal of the lead character, Tyler Crawley, in the award-winning 2010 horror/sci-fi film The Corridor.[1] He also acted alongside Kevin Spacey in the 2010 feature film Casino Jack.[2]

Stephen has also performed in various short films, including “Mayfly” (2013)[3]

Stephen has received multiple awards for his acting work, including Best Lead Actor in a Feature Film at the Tulsa International Film Festival for his role in The Corridor[4][5] and Best Lead Actor in a Short at the ReelHeart Film Festival for his performance in “Mayfly.”[3]

Stephen produced and performed in multiple successful stage play productions, including The Indian Wants the Bronx,[6][7] Something Red, Tom Walmsley's Blood (which garnered three 2011 Dora Mavor Moore Award nominations and one win),[8] and the world premier of The Nun’s Vacation.[9][10][11][12][13]


Stephen’s first feature film, The Wishing Tree, was co-written with Canadian actress Laura Adamo and released in 2020. This film, which explores one woman’s struggle with personal tragedy and motherhood, won the Audience Award for Feature Film at Filmocracy Fest 2020.[14]

Recently, Stephen’s screenplay for a horror/sci-fi television series called Bad Moon Risin’ was a finalist in the Final Draft Big Break Screenplay Competition (2022).[15]

Further Reading


  1. "Stephen Chambers Archives". That Shelf. Retrieved 2023-04-19.
  2. "Casino Jack". Retrieved 2023-04-19.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Wylie, Addison (2016-05-24). "A Two-On-One With Parker Mott and Stephen Chambers". Wylie Writes. Retrieved 2023-04-19.
  4. "Fangtastic News for Josh MacDonald's The Corridor! » News » Talonbooks". Retrieved 2023-04-19.
  5. LIST, FILMS. "FILM REVIEW - The Corridor". Retrieved 2023-04-19.
  6. Staff, N. O. W. (2009-07-08). "Newsfront - NOW Magazine". NOW Toronto. Retrieved 2023-04-19.
  7. "Coming to Fringe 2009: The Indian Wants The Bronx | Mooney on Theatre". Retrieved 2023-04-19.
  8. Bimm, Jordan (2010-09-30). "Blood - NOW Magazine". NOW Toronto. Retrieved 2023-04-19.
  9. "Nun's Vacation | The Toronto Theatre Database". Retrieved 2023-04-19.
  10. Bimm, Jordan (2012-03-29). "The Nun's Vacation - NOW Magazine". NOW Toronto. Retrieved 2023-04-19.
  11. "StackPath". Retrieved 2023-04-19.
  12. "Review: The Nun's Vacation (Doghouse Riley Productions) | Mooney on Theatre". Retrieved 2023-04-19.
  13. "THE NUN'S VACATION". 2012-01-06. Retrieved 2023-04-19.
  14. "Explore Filmocracy Fest 2020!". Filmocracy Virtual Festivals. Retrieved 2023-04-19.
  15. "Big Break (2022) Results - Coverfly". Retrieved 2023-04-19.

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