Stephen Eric McIntyre stars in "Gangland Undercover" on History Channel as the devil.

Stephen Eric McIntyre is an actor, writer and improviser born in Regina, raised in Winnipeg, and happily spending altogether too much time in Toronto. On Canadian television, he starred as Eddie, the nasty casino manager in APTN's "Cashing In." He has also played Uzzie in "Less Than Kind" for CityTV, Mook on "Falcon Beach" for Global/ABC Family, and about a dozen different cowboys on "Lonesome Dove - The Series."

McIntyre received rave reviews for his first feature film role in Gary Yates' "High Life," as the character Bug, a morphine addict freshly released from prison. He more recently was seen as Steve in director Ed Gass-Donelly's indie feature "Small Town Murder Songs," opposite Jill Hennessey and Peter Stormare. Before that, McIntyre wrapped a short film "The Innate" for director Stephan Recksiedler. Other film credits include "Borealis" and "Joseph and Mary."

When the cameras are not rolling, McIntyre performs a one-man improv comedy show, which he also voluntarily offers to communities with at-risk-youth. His writing credits include the screenplay "And Then Come Back to Me" and the plays "Mind of the Iguana," "Sommeil Entre Coupe," "Easter Eggs," "Etienne," "Will Tell Time for Food," "Treehouses," "Bothered," and "So Far from Eden."


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Height: 5' 10"
Birthplace: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Hometown: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

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