Known from movies
|Date of birth||July 19, 1990|
|Fact||He donated many autographed headshots to Rocky Stone to be auctioned to raise money to buy more toys for less fortunate children as part of the 2004 Toy Mountain campaign.|
The Hollywood child star who first appeared in ‘Married With Children’ at the age of six, Stephen Anthony Lawrence is perhaps iconically remembered for his role as Beans in the Disney hit series “Even Stevens”.
However, Steven is an accomplished actor with many credits and roles on a long list of TV series and movies to add to his portfolio. Today, nearly 30 years old, Steven has largely retreated from the silver screen to share his knowledge and experience as a teacher.
If you can’t remember exactly who Steven Anthony Lawrence is, here’s a detailed flashback of all the success this once rising star enjoyed.
Early life and family
Steven Anthony Lawrence was born in Fresno, California, USA, on July 19, 1990. Not much is known about his early life nor is any information revealed on social media or wiki sites about close relatives and family. It seems that most of this actor’s life is an elusive mystery.
Even his Facebook account does not reveal any information about his relatives.
He did, although he started his acting career very early. In 1996, at the age of six, he landed the role of an unnamed child in the popular 1990s sitcom “Married With Children.” Then, again at the age of eight in 1998, Steven landed his second role in the television drama “Michael Hayes” .
At the age of 11 in 2001, Steven got his first role as the main character in the Disney series ‘Even Stevens’, starring Shia Lebouf as the bacon-loving boy next door ‘Beans’.
Nothing is known about where Steven was educated nor if he had studied after high school.
His Facebook account does not disclose such information, but given that he grew up in Fresno, California, it could be that he attended one of the high schools in the area.
However, since he achieved fame before he reached the eighth grade, it could also be likely that he was privately educated.
Steven’s career started at a young age when he achieved success before his twelfth birthday. However, unlike the misadventures of many child actors, Steven has continued acting and added many roles to his repertoire.
Before landing the role of ‘Beans’, he also had numerous roles in movies and series in the years leading up to the debut of ‘Even Stevens’.
In the year 1999, Steven had a number of roles in movies and serials. Some of the more iconic parts worth mentioning are “Sabrina, The Teenage Witch” and “My Favorite Martian”. In the following years, he also had roles in the TV series “Frasier” and the movie “Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday The Thirteenth”. After this success, he landed the role of Bernard, aka ‘Beans’ – his most famous role is his third title, which continues from 2001 to 2003.
In 2003, however, he experienced an exceptional year. He not only starred in the all-time favorite movie “Cheaper By The Dozen”, but also appeared in the movie screening of “Even Stevens” and “That’s So Raven”.
From there, in 2005, he again appeared on the screens in the films “Rebound” and “Kicking and Screaming”.
Having achieved success at a young age, Steven continued to appear in films and many more serials over time. His last appearance was in “Randy App”, and other iconic performances worth mentioning include “Weeds” and “Eagleheart”.
Since his retirement from the silver screen, Steven has been education at the University of Southern California. He teaches acting classes to students of all ages and says he has mostly worked on commercials.
Hobbies, favorite things and interesting facts
Not much is known about Steven’s likes and dislikes, but he will always be iconically remembered for the quirky quality his character had in “Even Stevens,” which was an insatiable love of bacon.
According to his Facebook profile, he is a fanatic of the National Football League (NFL), but also supports the Fresno State Bulldogs.
He is also an animal lover and owns a French Bulldog named Pooter. He is known to support charities and donated autographed portrait photos that were auctioned to raise money for the Toy Mountain campaign in 2004.
No true history has been recorded as to Steven’s past romantic involvement, but it is suspected that he is An relationship, but with whom is not disclosed. According to his Facebook account, Steven is now married, but the account does not say to whom – his past and present romances remain secret.
- Date of birth: July 19, 1990
- Hair color: light brown
- Eye color: light brown
- Height: 5ft 0in (1.524m)
- Weight: 51.9 kg
- Shoe size: unknown
- Zodiac sign: Cancer
- Nationality: American
- Ethnicity: white
Steven’s estimated net worth is close to $1 million as of early 2020, determined by his history as an actor and his current salary that he earns from teaching, but it is not disclosed.
|First and last name||Stephen Anthony Lawrence|
|Date of birth||July 19, 1990|
|Awards||Young Artist Award for Best Young Ensemble in a Feature Film|
|Movies||Holly, Jingles and Clyde 3D, Archie’s Final Project, Rebound, Kicking & Screaming, The Cat in the Hat, The Even Stevens Movie, Bubble Boy, The Muse, My Favorite Martian|
|TV shows||Even Stevens|
Links to social profiles
|1||Featured in Everclear’s Father of Mine music video as a young Art Alexakis (lead singer of the band).|
|2||He donated many autographed headshots to Rocky Stone to be auctioned to raise money to buy more toys for less fortunate children as part of the 2004 Toy Mountain campaign.|
|3||Owns a French Bulldog named Pooter.|
|Holly, Jingles and Clyde 3D||2018||announced||Jingles|
|Randy app||2014||TV serials||Chris|
|Eagle heart||2012||TV serials||Gaby|
|A day without rain||2011||Short||Checkout|
|Death to Snooki||2011||Short||Jimmy|
|Shapetown, USA||2011||TV serials||max|
|It’s a cardboard life||2011||TV serials||Benny|
|Archie’s latest project||2009||Brainiac|
|Dance revolution||2006||TV serials||Celebrity Judge / Celebrity Judge|
|Kicking & Yelling||2005||Mark Avery|
|Cheaper by the dozen||2003||Dylan Schenk|
|The cat in the hat||2003||Stupid Schweitzer|
|The Even Stevens movie||2003||TV movie||Bernard ‘Beans’ Aranguren|
|That’s so Raven||2003||TV serials||Mile Bonay|
|Frasier||2001-2002||TV serials||Jason White / Child|
|Buffy the vampire killer||2001||TV serials||Fat boy|
|ER||2001||TV serials||John Thomas Frum|
|Bubble boy||2001||Ice Boy (as Steven Lawrence)|
|The Amanda Show||1999-2000||TV serials||Justin / younger brother|
|Scream if you know what I did last Friday the 13th||2000||Video||Chuckie|
|Lord of the Way||1999||Short||Billy|
|The Muse||1999||Rob Reiner’s son|
|Sabrina, the teenage witch||1999||TV serials||Grandchild|
|My favorite Martian||1999||Nuplex child|
|Operation Splitville||1999||Billy’s friend|
|Michael Hayes||1998||TV serials||Jacob’s son|
|Married with children||1996||TV serials||Child #1|
|Toy Mountain Christmas special||2004||Special thanks for TV Movies|
|Her side of the bed||2016||after-production||Himself|
|Dance revolution||2006-2007||TV serials||Himself – Famous Judge|
|Young Hollywood Awards||2005||TV special||Himself|
|Kicking & Yelling: Soccer Camp||2005||Video documentary short||Himself|
|On screen||2005||TV serials||Himself|
|2004||prize for young artists||Prizes for young artists||Best Young Ensemble in a Feature Film||Cheaper by the Dozen (2003)|
|2003||prize for young artists||Prizes for young artists||Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Supporting Young Actor||Even Stevens (1999)|
|2006||prize for young artists||Prizes for young artists||Best Performance in a Feature Film – Supporting Young Actor||Kicking and Yelling (2005)|
|2004||prize for young artists||Prizes for young artists||Best Performance in a TV Movie, Miniseries or Special – Supporting Young Actor||The Even Stevens Movie (2003)|
|2003||prize for young artists||Prizes for young artists||Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series – Guest Starring Young Actor||Frasier (1993)|
|2002||prize for young artists||Prizes for young artists||Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series – Supporting Young Actor||Even Stevens (1999)|
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