In 2003, Steve presented a number of documentaries for the National Geographic Channel in Australia.
Steve won Best Actor in a Supporting Role at the 1984 AFI Awards, for his role in "Silver City".
Steve Bisley won Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role at the 1990 AFI Awards, for his role in "The Big Steal".
Steve made his first television appearance in "The Patchwork Hero", which only lasted a few months.
Steve was working as a truck driver when he had the idea of auditioning for NIDA (National Institute of Dramatic Arts), and to his surprise, was excepted.
He graduated from NIDA in 1977, alongside actors such as Mel Gibson and Judy Davis.
Steve owns a cafe in Balmain, a suburb of Sydney.
Steve played Banjo Paterson in the 2002 musical production - The Man from Snowy River: Arena Spectacular.
Steve starred alongside Mel Gibson in the 1979 movie, Mad Max.
Steve is 174cm tall.
Steve: It's the silliest thing to chase someone in a suit, especially in summer. And I've been in the harbour more often in my suit than my swimmers. Put it this way - you don't want to think about what's in that water too much.
Steve: Great television shows come from really good writing. Actors are only as good as their material.
Steve: I don't watch cop shows. I like docos. If I had pay TV I would never be off the Discovery Channel. That's what I really like.
Steve: [about his character on Water Rats] But my character is not at all like me. Jack is a bit of a loner, while I'm a people person. I think he's a good detective - he's been around long enough to know what works and what doesn't work. But he's not keen on people telling him what to do!