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Chambers Stevens

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Chambers Stevens
BornJune 10, 1964

Chambers Stevens (born June 10, 1964) is an American actor, playwright, author and acting coach. Stevens was the co-founder in 1988 of the Nashville Shakespeare Festival.


Stevens played the title character in The Steve Spots as well as The Parent Zone.

For PBS he also played the title character in the children’s series Funnybones, as well as the spin-off series Geo-Scout, for which he received an Emmy nomination.,[1][2]


In 1994 Chambers won the Back Stage Garland Award for his play Desperate for Magic [3] a one-man show in which Stevens also starred. In 2019 Chambers wrote four original plays which all premiered at the Hollywood Fringe Festival.[4]



  • Magnificent Monologues for Kids: Kids’ Monologues for Every Occasion Sandcastle Publishing 1999 ISBN 1-883995-08-6
  • 24 Carat Commercials for Kids: Everything Kids Need to Know Sensational Sandcastle Publishing 1999 ISBN 1-883995-09-4
  • Sensational Scenes for Teens: The Scene Study-guide for Teen Actors Sandcastle Publishing 2001 ISBN 1-883995-10-8
  • Magnificent Monologues For Teens: The Teens’ Monologue Source For Every Occasion! Sandcastle Publishing 2002 ISBN 1-883995-11-6
  • Sensational Scenes for Kids: The Scene Study-Guide for Young Actors Sandcastle Publishing 2003 ISBN 1-883995-12-4
  • The Ultimate Commercial Book for Kids and Teens: The Young Actors’ Commercial Study-guide Sandcastle Publishing 2005 ISBN 1-883995-13-2
  • Magnificent Monologues for Kids 2: More Kids’ Monologues for Every Occasion Sandcastle Publishing 2009 ISBN 1-883995-14-0

Acting coach

Stevens has been an audition coach for young actors since 1990.[6] His clients have appeared on television, film and the Broadway stage.[7]


  1. ^ "Next". Buffalo News. July 10, 2002.
  2. ^ "Chambers Stevens...Still a Boy at Heart". The Star News. July 26, 2002.
  3. ^ Kendt, Rob (Jan 5, 1994). "Stage Notes". Backstage West.
  4. ^ a b c d e BBC News Desk. "Chambers Stevens Prepares For Five Original Shows at Hollywood Fringe". Broadway World Los Angeles. Retrieved 15 August 2019.
  5. ^ Ellis, Jeffrey. "BWW Review: Chambers Stevens' IT'S WHO YOU KNOW". Broadway World Nashville. Retrieved 15 August 2019.
  6. ^ LA Weekly. Aug 7, 2003. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  7. ^ Charleston Gazette. May 3, 2001. Missing or empty |title= (help)

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