Interview done by journalist Zachary Anderson
Zachary Anderson: Please tell me what do you think makes you different from other actors?
Steven Ciceron: I am a skilled professional actor who has a diversified range, and I can bring characters to life with a level of nuance that only comes from years of experience. I would say that I am always prepared and deliver uniqueperformances every single time, even in the most challenging situations.
Zachary Anderson: What do you think were your best performances to date?
Steven Ciceron: Probably my performance in “Mark’s Place”. People began to notice me ever since they saw me in "Mark's Place". My hilarious antics as Blake Pennington left people always wanting to see more. I captured the struggles of an actor, while playing the role of maître d’hotel at the same time. This dual role was difficult and complex, but really fun to do. I enjoyed performing my character in this show.
My performances in "The Happy Hooligans," "Always Here," and "Display" were also acclaimed by critics. I was able to bring all my characters to life and make them believable. My best performances are when I truly believe I brought the character to life.
Zachary Anderson: What is it like to work with you on set?
Steven Ciceron: I believe I am very easy to work with because I bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to the table. I am willing to put in countless hours of hard work, drive, and focus with a smile on my face. I look at everyone on the set as a team member and try to make everyone feel comfortable working with me.
Zachary Anderson: What is your favorite kind of role?
Steven Ciceron: Although I love to do comedy, I think evil roles are my favorite. Evil roles are more difficult for me as they are so different from my personality. I love playing difficult and challenging roles, and so that is why I think I love playing the evil roles.
Zachary Anderson: How would you like to conclude this interview?
Steven Ciceron: I would like to add that I enjoy pouring my heart and creativity into every role, and making believable characters that leave you wanting more. I truly hope that people enjoy the characters I play as much as I like playing them.
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