Steve Kwasnik is a twenty-year veteran of the entertainment industry. Steve has written, developed, produced, directed and edited numerous film and video productions. His projects include: The short film Heart of Gold, Spotlights on Architecture for PBS, Independent Films, Commercials, PSA's and Weekly Television Programs such as The Real Estate Connection.
Currently, he is developing several feature films, including The Upset based on the 1985 Villanova Men’s basketball unlikely NCAA victory and Boxing Bonaduce, a documentary about his real life fist to cuffs celebrity boxing match experience. His debut feature length script, South of Philly, was a finalist in the 1997 & 1998 Philadelphia Film Festival Screenplay Competitions and was also accepted to the 1997 IFP Market in NYC.
In 1999, Steve co-founded The Actors Conservatory of Philadelphia and performed at the Walnut Street Theatre in Hurly Burly & Women of Manhattan.
He regularly works on productions for ESPN, ESPN Regional Television, ABC, CBS and Fox Sports.