Since early on Steve Daron has been been known to do impressive imitations and impersonations that entertain family and friends. That ability won him a trip to Hollywood where he trained at the American Academy, Estelle Harman and with the great Stella Adler who took notice. One day during a hot summer session Daron was backstage entertaining other students with his rendition of both Miss Adler and her most famous student Marlon Brando, which she watched with amusement, unknowingly to Daron at the time. Soon after, a family illness forced Daron to move back east to Florida. He eventually auditioned for screen legend Burt Reynolds and became one of his acting students. Daron showed work ethic, so Reynolds became the mentor showing Daron the ropes of film acting. Steve Daron credits Burt Reynolds for pushing him to take his work to a higher professional level. He did just that and got to work with his mentor in "Hollow Creek"  playing Blake Blackman to Reynolds Seagrass Lambert in a very captivating movie scene. Continuing to audition Daron landed lead roles in two action dramas "Hidden Assets" and "Bus Driver," (Robert Forster). Daron's long time high level training in boxing and martial arts helped expedite the many fight scenes he was involved in. Then a genre switch, landing a supporting role in the comedy "Swiped" with George Hamilton. After co-producing several films, Daron decided he wanted to go solo and create "Movies with Meaning" that bring people together. The "Shadow Fighter" was born. Daron plays "Lightning" Rhodes a homeless ex-boxer that after years on the run, protects an inner-city teen who's trying to shake the ruthless drug dealers that killed his brother and are trying to force him to deal. The unlikely bond between the homeless ex-boxer and the inner-city teen shows you never know who in life can help you. "Shadow Fighter" has a strong message for our peer pressured teens. "All that Matters" another movie w a message Daron created, addresses what really matters when dealing with tragic life events. He plays a brooding street hardened detective (Bobby Grimm) who fights for his job, after being investigated for his rookie partners on duty suicide. Steve Daron continues to seek the intricate complexity of human behavior in all his acting and film work.
|Movie Name||Release Date|
|Henri||November 4, 2017|