STEVE HAYWarm, Fresh & Reassuring
Playing Age: 35 - 50
Steve Hay is a Scottish actor and voice artist, best known for roles in Sony/Starz hit US TV series Outlander, and as the 360VR distillery host in Glenfiddich whisky’s Journey into the Mind of the Malt Master campaign. He was a voice artist on Justin Kurzel’s MacBeth, and on Jason Connery’s Tommy’s Honour. Recent theatre includes Mercy for So and So Arts Club/Frontier Theatre Productions, Turning Leaves for Rust and Stardust Productions, Collider for Saturday Matinee Company, and A Fistful of Mondays, Fun Run and Spare Prick for Balancing Act. He is also a regular reader and helps cast and direct Short Stories Aloud, curated by Sarah Franklin, and for John Retallack’s Ruskin Theatre Platforms. He played JM Barrie in The Mythmakers in London’s West End and in New York. Steve has also appeared in several music videos for lo-fi band Candy Says, and surf-a-billy rockers The Long Insiders. He is a founding member of the Oxford Actors Network and In-Spires, a series of networking events for the film, television, voiceover and mocap industries. He lives on a boat, used to be a journalist, and sometimes still is.