ABOUT THE ARTIST-Stephen Lisk
A native of Santa Clara, California, Stephen Lisk began his professional acting career while attending Pepperdine University in Malibu California. Shortly after graduating with a degree in broadcasting, Stephen moved to Hollywood where he was fortunate enough to spend four years studying with the esteemed acting instructor, Roy London.
Since completing his master class training with London, Stephen has been working consistently, including roles opposite Jeremy Pivin, Yasmine Bleeth, Richard Greco, Molly Ringwald, Steve Zane and Jamie lee Curtis. In addition, Stephen has appeared in several national commercial for, among others, Verizon, Coors, Mountain Dew and Coke.
Seven years ago Stephen relocated from LA to Portland Oregon to start a family. He and his partner are the proud parents of two little angels (tongue firmly in cheek), Simon and Beckett. Recently, Stephen played the role of Jose in El Grito Del Bronx, at the Milagro Theatre. It marked a return to acting after a long hiatus. Don’t you know who I think I am, is an opportunity to showcase his talent and introduce himself to Portland’s theatre community.
Don't You Know Who I Think I Am Written by Stephen Lisk, is a one man show illustrating the personal crisis that takes place as addiction collides with responsibility – selfishness collides with selfless love. Ultimately, this is a story of redemption. Both funny and heartbreaking, this play is as much about the path out of addiction as it is about the path into arrested adulthood. The play is a potent cocktail of nihilism, disappointment, and exposure, leavening agony with humor and revelation.