Steven Pacey is a British actor and probably best known for his role as Tarrant on the British cult science-fiction series "Blake's 7". Steven was born June 5, 1957 in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, England. He started acting at the age of eleven, and has done extensive work in…more
Steven's first professional role was in the Palmers Green Theatre stage production of "Collapse of the Stout Party" around 1968-69.
Steven did an advertisement for the Nationwide Building Society in the 1980s.
Steven dyed his hair blond for the role of Klaus on the series The Cedar Tree.
Steven played his first title role in the 1970 Albery Theatre stage production of "The Winslow Boy".
Steven has appeared on over 300 radio broadcasts.
Steven met his wife, Joan Marine, on the Blake's 7 set where she was a continuity girl.
Steven grew up in Brighton.
Steven is father of two daughters, twins named Laura and Jessica, born on June 1, 1988.
Steven's favourite childhood toy was a bear called Chubby.
Steven has a brother, Peter Pacey, who is nine years older and is also an actor.
Steven is married to the former Joan Marine.
Steven's film appearances include:
- "Julius Caesar" (as Lucius, 1970)
- "Aces High" (as Officer, 1976)
- "Leave Him to Heaven" (as Joe, 1979)
Steven was nominated for a 1997 Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor in the musical "By Jeeves".
Steven started acting at the age of 11.
Steven has curly brown hair and blue eyes.
Steven is 6'2.5" (1.89 m) tall.
(On his character Tarrant in "Blake's 7"):
Steven Pacey: I don't think Tarrant thought a lot about anything, to be honest. But when he did think about the crew, it was in a completely selfish way. Yes, I don't think he gave a monkey's about anybody but himself. (laughs)
(On the question what his two daughters think of his acting):
Steven Pacey: I'm the greatest actor this country has to offer, obviously! What else would they think? (laughs) I don't really know what they think. I think they enjoy it, seeing me in things. They love coming to the theatre. They tell me I'm great, but who knows what they really think?