Steve Harris

Steve Harris

  • Born on
    • December 3rd, 1965
Steve J. Harris (born December 3, 1965) is an American actor who has appeared in a number of films including; Quarantine, Tyler Perry's Diary of a Mad Black Woman, Bringing Down The House, The Rock, The Mod Squad, and Minority Report. He is most famous for his role as Eugene Young on the legal drama The Practice. He has done voice work for the animated television show The Batman as Ethan Bennett. He has also appeared on Law & Order and earlier had a recurring role on Homicide: Life on the Street. He is the older brother of actor Wood Harris. He was born in Chicago, Illinois, the son of Mattie, a housewife, and John Harris, a bus driver. He attended St. Joseph High School in Westchester, Illinois, a private school known for developing professional basketball players. Harris earned a B.A. Theatre Arts from Northern Illinois University. Harris holds a Master's of Fine Arts degree in theater from the Professional Theater Training Program at the University of Delaware. In 2006, he appeared in the now-cancelled TV series Heist. He also appeared in an episode of Grey's Anatomy. He also appeared in several episodes of New York Undercover. ​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Starring Steve Harris on Plex


Acting (22 Credits)

2021BMF: Black Mafia Family as Detective Bryant
2020Filthy Rich (US) as Franklin Lee
2018The First Purge as Freddy
2017Burning Sands as Dean Richardson
2015Chi-Raq as Ole Duke
2014In Your Eyes as Giddons
2012Awake as Detective Isaiah 'Bird' Freeman
2010Takers as Lt. Carver
200912 Rounds as George Aiken
2008Quarantine as Scott Percival
2005Diary of a Mad Black Woman as Charles
2004Death and Texas as Barefoot Bobby Briggs
2003Bringing Down the House as Widow
2002Minority Report as Jad
2001Rip It Off as Troy
2000The Skulls as Detective Sparrow
1999The Mod Squad as Det. Briggs
1997The Practice as Eugene Young
1996The Rock as Private McCoy
1994Against the Wall as Cecil
1993Sugar Hill as Ricky Goggles


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