Talented Irish actor Stephen Hagan decided to pursue his passion for acting while growing up in Belfast, Ireland. After training at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, he has seen success in theater, film and television.
In the United Kingdom, Hagan has appeared in many stage productions, including the original cast of the West End/Broadway hit production End of the Rainbow, Cyrano de Bergerac opposite Joseph Fiennes in Chichester Festival Theatre, The York Relist at Riverside Studios, The Real Thing at Salisbury Playhouse and The Giant at Hampstead Theatre. He has also taken his turn in several productions for the Royal Shakespeare Company, including roles in Twelfth Night, The Tempest, The Comedy of Errors and Troilus and Cresida
In 2007, Hagan made his screen debut in the British drama “Clapham Junction,” before appearing in an episode of the BBC drama “Mistresses” in 2008. He also had a recurring role on the BBC drama "The Cut" and miniseries “Injustice” in 2011. More recently, he filmed the CBS TV pilot “Identity” and the ITV series “Midsomer Murders,” slated for a 2015 release.
In film, Hagan starred in the Steven Seagal action movie “Against the Dark,” directed by Richard Crudo, and can also be seen in the TV movie “Best: His Mother’s Son,” and the 2014 release soccer movie “Shooting for Socrates.”