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  • Date of birth : 23/12/1957



  • Sears L. Steven


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Steven L. Sears (1957)

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Steven Lee Sears is an American writer and producer primarily working in television. He is perhaps best known for writing and co-executive producing the popular series Xena: Warrior Princess, as well as his subsequent creation Sheena, based on the comic book of the same name.

While he initially began his career as an actor, Sears found great creative success with his writing and began to pursue it full-time in 1984 , accumulating an impressive resume as staff writer, story editor and producer on such shows as Stingray, The A-Team, JJ Starbuck, The Highwayman, Father Dowling Mysteries, Swamp Thing, and Raven. In addition, he has written for shows such as Hardcastle and McCormick, Superboy, The Hollywood Detective, Jesse Hawkes, Hardball, Grand Slam, and Walker, Texas Ranger. He has also written in the arenas of film, stage, animation and interactive.

Steven L. Sears was born into a military family, his father being a career soldier with the U.S. Army. Consequently, Steven traveled quite a bit, his family being rotated out to new assignments every three years. As a result, he had managed to visit 14 countries and 48 U.S. states before the age of 13, when his father retired from the military. Moving to the small town of St. Augustine, Florida, Steven became active in the arts programs at his local school. Music and Drama became his major focus as his first "professional" acting work was in "The Cross and the Sword", a symphonic drama which was the Official State Play of Florida.

A graduate of the University of Florida and Florida State University , Sears established a scholarship program for undergraduate Theatre students at Florida State. He was also honored by the Florida State University Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa as a "Grad Made Good" in 2006. Sears continues his association with aspiring filmmakers and students by occasionally appearing as a guest lecturer at such institutions as UCLA, USC, FSU, UCLB, AFI, and others. He also volunteers his time to the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for their Student Emmys and Student Internship programs. He is also very active on the internet, having a fairly high profile among fans of his previous series as well as various screenwriting forums.

Sears currently lives in Los Angeles, California, and is represented by the Stein Agency. He enjoys sashimi, photography, history, the great outdoors, and Florida State University football.


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