Steve O'Donnell stars in "Conan the Barbarian" (2011), opposite Jason Momoa, as Lucius.

Steve O'Donnell's career started in the early eighties where he worked exclusively in theater, with companies such as Common Stock, Durham Theatre Company and The Lyric Theatre Hammersmith. His favorite role of that time was "Dim," in a production of "A Clockwork Orange," for The Man in the Moon Theatre in Chelsea.

By the mid to late eighties, O'Donnell had become a familiar face in film and television. His television credits include "Shameless," "Minder," "The Outsiders," "Silent Witness," "Foyle's War, "The Bill," "Doc Martin," "Casualty," and "Lovejoy," as well as a host of others. He was particularly known for his extensive work in television comedy, where his credits include "Lee Evans: So What Now," "Bottom," "French & Saunders" and "Nelsons Column." O'Donnell has been a regular with the infamous Comic Strip and has appeared in many of their numerous productions for film and television.

O'Donnell has over twenty film credits to his name. He has worked with stars such as Michael Caine, Tom Cruise, Gwyneth Paltrow, Heath Ledger, Judi Dench, Anthony Perkins and The Spice Girls.

Favorites among his movie credits so far include "Finding Rin Tin Tin," "A Knight's Tale," "Churchill: The Hollywood Years," "Far and Away," and "Shakespeare in Love," for which he won a Screen Actors Guild award as part of the prestigious ensemble.

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