Stephen Geoffreys Steve Dash Brad Loree Edward X Young
Stephen Geoffreys Steve Dash Brad Loree

Steve was brought up and raised in the Bronx. After entering the Army, he was assigned to the USO Special Services for entertaining the soldiers. He performed in plays, playing Steven Merrick in the Caine Mutiny Court Martial and having a small part in Dial M for Murder. He decided to become a NYC Police Officer when he got out of the Army. Retiring from the NYPD, he began his acting career doing community theater on eastern Long Island. His break came with his appearance on the soap opera Ryan's Hope, playing a policeman. He did minor roles in such films as Nighthawks, Wolfen, The Jazz Singer and Fort Apache the Bronx. His big break came in 1981, landing the role of Jason in Friday the 13th Part 2. From there, he appeared on several soap operas, including All My Children and Guiding Light. After doing most films as a stunt man, he decided to retire in 1998. In 2008, he came back to acting and was Joey "G" in the soon to be released film 13, and the lead role of Frank DiLeo, a Mafia don, in the film Trust Me. He also appears in Julie & Julia, and plays 
Detective Vorhees in Emerging Past.