Steve Harris

Steve Harris is best known for playing the role of “Eugene Young” on “The Practice.” His portrayal won him the 2004 NAACP Image Award for Best Actor. He also was nominated for three Screen Actors Guild Awards and two Emmy Awards. Harris also starred in television series “Awake,” “The Heist” and “Legends.” His other television credits include “Friday Night Lights,” “Eli Stone,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Law & Order,” “Murder One,” “New York Undercover,” “The Crossing,” and “Chicago P.D.” Harris recently was seen on Jordan Peele’s reboot of “The Twilight Zone.” He also recurred on the fifth season of the critically acclaimed drama series “Justified,” alongside his brother, Wood Harris, which is the first time the two of them have been on screen together. Harris starred in the feature “Burning Sands,” which premiered at Sundance and is currently streaming. He also starred in Spike Lee’s “Chiraq,” Tyler Perry’s “Diary of a Mad Black Woman,” the comedy “Bringing Down the House” and in Steven Spielberg's sci-fi thriller, “Minority Report.” Other film credits include “Takers,” “12 Rounds,” “Quarantine,” Leon Ichaso's “Sugar Hill,” Michael Bay's “The Rock,” Rob Cohen's “The Skulls” and Gerard McMurray’s “The Purge.”