Steve attended the 2006 CMA awards.
Steve Burton is the voice actor for Cloud from "Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children," "Kingdom Hearts" and "Kingdom Hearts II."
Steve debuted in daytime drama playing on "Days of Our Lives" as the reoccuring role of Harris Michaels.
Steve played the role of Chris Fuller on "Out of this World" on a three-year contract.
Steve was born in Indianapolis and raised in Cleveland.
He has a wife and 2 kids. One boy and one girl.
Steve hates taking off his shirt on GH ever since he has been married because he believes that he has gained some weight.
Steve played Cloud's voice in the full-length, CGI film, Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children
Steve attended the 10th ABC Super Soap Weekend at the Disney-MGM Studios, Florida in November 2005.
Steve appeared at the ABC General Hospital Super Soap Weekend at Disney, California in June 2003.
If Steve could play any other ABC soap character he would choose Luke Spencer.
Steve attended the General Hospital Fan Weekend at the Sportman's Lodge Event Center in Studio City, California
in August 2003.
Steve shared a house with former General Hospital co star Billy Warlock for 4 months prior to getting married.
Steve appeared at the ABC Super Soap Weekend at the Disney-MGM Studios in November 2002.
Steve has two dogs, a cat and a horse as pets.
Steve made a guest appearance at the Brokerage Entertainment Club in Bellmore on August 7, 2004.
Steve co-wrote and directed the film called Laws Of Gambling.
Steve was nominated for a Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Younger Lead Actor in 1993 and 1994.
In addition to his 1998 Daytime Emmy win, Steve also received two other Daytime Emmy nominations. In 1997, Steve received his first Daytime Emmy nomination in the category of Outstanding Younger Actor. In 2000, Steve received a second nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor.
Steva and Sheree spent their honeymoon skiing in Colorado.
Steve's favorite food is steak and potatoes.
Steve drives a black GMC Yukon.
Steve's favorite color is blue.
Steve appeared with his mother on a celebrity edition of Wheel Of Fortune.
Steve won a Soap Opera Digest Award in 1998 for Best Supporting Actor.
Steve won a Soap Opera Digest Award in 1999 for Hottest Male Star.
Steve won a Soap Opera Digest Award in 2003 for Best Supporting Actor.
Steve's favorite pop group is the Eagles.
Steve's favorite song is Stairway To Heaven by Led Zeppelin.
Steve's favorite sports team is the Cleveland Browns.
Steve and Sean Kanan have written a science-fiction screenplay together.
Steve's favorite vacation spot is Hawaii.
Steve is a big fan of Elvis.
Steve enjoys playing golf with General Hospital co star Tyler Christopher.
Steve and Sheree are expecting a second child in 2006.
On September 5th 2003, Steve and Sheree welcomed their first child a daughter named Makena Grace.
Steve took time off General Hospital to appear in the Steven Spielberg series called Taken.
Steve aspires to produce and direct in the future.
Steve made his film debut in The Last Castle playing Captain Peretz.
Steve filmed a pilot episode for the series Semper Fi.
Steve appeared in the film Cybertracker II.
Steve has appeared in his own calendar.
Steve's birth sign is cancer.
Steve's first acting teacher was Brooke Bundy who also used to star on General Hospital.
Steve's first car was a 73 MG.
Steve's parents are divorced.
Steve moved to Beverly Hills at age 16.
Steve auditioned for the part of AJ on General Hospital before landing the role of Jason.
Steve's wife is called Sheree and they were married in 1999.
Steve was nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor at the 2005 Daytime Emmy Awards.
Steve currently lives in Los Angeles.
Steve is a keen surfer in his spare time.
Had one of the top selling Playgirl issues, April 1995, and made the cover despite the fact that he never appeared naked.
Steve once dated actress Tara Reid.
Steve voiced the character Cloud in the videogame Kingdom Hearts.
In 1998, Steve won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his portrayal of Jason Morgan on General Hospital.