November 29, 2022

Darryl Stephens Biography, Age, Height|Weight, Gay, Net Worth, Education, Career, Movies

Darryl Stephens Biography

Darryl Joseph Stephens was on born March 7, 1974, he is an American actor. He is best known for playing Noah Nicholson on the television dramedy Noah’s Arc.

Darryl Stephens Age

Stephens was born in Pasadena, California, on March 7, 1974. He grew up in the Altadena and Pasadena areas of Los Angeles, California. Stephens is currently 47 years old as of 2021.

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Darryl Stephens Height|Weight

With a tall height of 5 feet and 11 inches, he is a tall man with a fit body, hot looks, easy-going personality, and well taken care of skin. Besides, it is said that he has been a  chatty and fun-loving personality as a kid. Also, Daryl has a great sense of humor that he usually pitches through his soft voice. Additionally, he has an estimated weight of around 80 kg as of 2019.

Darryl Stephens Net Worth

The famous actor Stephens has earned himself a decent amount of money through his acting career. He has an estimated net worth of  $1m – $5million as of 2021.

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Darryl Stephens Education

He attended the University of California, Berkeley where he studied sociology and ethnic studies along with drama and dance before earning a bachelor’s degree in American Culture Studies.

Family

Stephens grew up with his family in California. He mainly keeps his personal life out of the media.

Darryl Stephens Career

While in  Los Angeles, Stephens found roles on MTV’s sexy late-night serial Undressed, the short-lived series  That’s Life, and VH1’s  Red Eye. During the same period, his strikingly good looks were earning him roles in commercials for products such as Dockers and performing in small theater venues and scene study classes.

Stephen’s breakout role came in 2004 when independent filmmaker Patrik-Ian Polk cast him as the lead character for the new series Noah’s Arc. The trailblazing series featuring Black and Latino gay men focused on many socially relevant issues, including same-sex dating, marriage, and parenthood; HIV and AIDS awareness; infidelity; promiscuity; homophobia; and gay-bashing. Though, the original intent was to release the show direct to DVD after it had received rave reviews at various film festivals. However, in the fall of 2005, LOGO picked up the show, which debuted on October 19, 2005.

By the end of 2006, Stephens had completed roles in the comedy  Another Gay Movie and the drama  Boy Culture. His additional film credits include Something Like a Butterfly, V Day, Pee-wee’s Big Holiday, The Skinny, Beyond the Lights, and Hot Guys with Guns. Furthermore, in 2010, he guest-starred in an episode of Private Practice, playing a pre-op transgender character. Other television roles have included Ugly Betty, Desperate Housewives, 2 Broke Girls, DTLA, Two and a Half Men, and  Fridays.

Additionally, in 2011, Darryl Stephens was an Ovation Award nominee as a Featured Actor in a Play for the role of Victoria in the Bootleg Theatre production of The Interlopers. Moreover, he is also popular for his writing skills, singing interests such as Envious Moo

Darryl Stephens Gay

Although Stephens is reluctant to discuss his personal life, he is openly gay, and his roles address issues of classism and sexuality. He has been involved in advocating for programs that serve the needs of LGBTQ youth, and spoken out about homophobia in the Black community. “Gay Black men who go into the church preaching about how homosexuality is sin, lying about how they’ve been ‘cured of their sin’ by loving Jesus Christ and then vilifying all the men and women who are honoring their truth and living their lives with integrity and dignity it’s absolutely sickening to me.”

Movies

  • Boy Culture
  • Noah’s Arc: Jumping the Broom
  • Beyond the Lights
  • The Skinny
  • Hot Guys with Guns
  • Pee-wee’s Big Holiday
  • Tranny Mcguyver
  • Seamless
  • Circuit
  • The Assistant
  • Secrets & Toys
  • Tiger Orange
  • From Zero to I Love You
  • I May Regret
  • Reunited

TV Show

  • DTLA
  • Rick & Steve: The Happiest Gay Couple in All the World
  • Noah’s Arc

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