Steve Toussaint: Wiki, Age, Height, Net Worth, Wife, Daughter & More

Steve Toussaint


Real NameSteve Toussaint.
In HeadlinesHouse of the Dragon.
Age57 years old.
Birth DateMarch 22, 1965.
Birth PlaceLondon.
EthnicityBarbadian Descent.
ParentsMother: --.
Father: --.
Girlfriend | Wife--.
Body Measurements
HeightIn feet: 6' 3".
In meters: 1.91 m.
In centimeters: 190 cm.
WeightPounds: 209 lbs.
Kg: 95.
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Alma MaterSussex University.
TelevisionHouse of the Dragon.
Crucial Tales.
The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes.
Line Of Duty.
Jack of Hearts.
Movies | ShortI.D.
Shooting Dogs.
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time.
Net worth1.37 million USD.

Steve Toussaint (born on March 22, 1965) is a British actor who has been in the industry for a long time. He has done a little bit of everything, be it acting, doing voiceovers for animated movies, videos, and even video games; he has a lot of experience in theatre.

He’s an expert in Politics as well. He brings his charm and life to the story in a pretty effortless way; he is known for his roles in “Shooting Dogs,” “In the Long Run,” “Line Of Duty,” “Inspector Lewis,” and “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time.”

Steve Toussaint as Lord Corlys Velaryon the Sea Snake

Toussaint has not always been given the most significant role, but with his skills, he has always left an impression on the viewers. But this time, Steve is back in action with the lead role of “Corlys Velaryon” in “House of the Dragon,” which is set in a medieval fantasy on HBO.


Steve Toussaint is 6 feet 3 inches tall in height

Early Life

Steve Toussaint was born in Birmingham (on March 22, 1965), but by the time he turned 4, he moved to London with his family; not much is known about them, and his personal life is not in the open yet.

Since early childhood, he has been interested in plays and theater, and he was a part of his school’s dramatic productions and has acted in a few of their plays. Time passed, and Steve graduated from Sussex University; and majored in Politics. During this time, he also participated in his university’s plays.

He got himself a job at a Merchant Bank, which he left and moved to the U.S. to try his hand at acting; he attended evening classes for acting and started to work in a theater company which got him his Equity Card, his first professional role was to play Genie in “Aladdin” at the Churchill Theatre in 1990.

He was also a part of The Royal Shakespeare Company, where he was a part of “Macbeth” and “The Merchant of Venice,” directed by Michael Boyd.


Steve Toussaint in Theater


Steve entered the entertainment industry in 1994 with a Mini Tv Series, “The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes,” his career rose slowly but at a progressive pace; he has done one or two films and T.V. series almost every year, and he landed his first feature film in 1995, “I.D.” as Shadwell Fan, he was being recognized by critics and fans, he was offered minor roles here and there for Mini T.V. series like, “Crucial Tales,” “Macbeth,” “Dangerfield.”

Toussaint had a breakthrough in 1999 when he was offered two T.V. series, “Casualty” and “Jack of Hearts”; all loved his role as Joe, and one movie, “Doomwatch: Winter Angel.”

Later, he joined the cast of “The Knock” and played a significant part in that as Barry Christie. From the years 2001 to 2010, Steve was a part of several shows and movies; he mostly played a supporting actor; few of his works like “The Bill,” “My Dad’s the Prime Minister,” “Shooting Dogs,” “Broken News,” “Doctors” and “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time,” were acknowledged.


Steve Toussaint In A Dolls House

His career leaped with “A Doll’s House,” where is played Dr. Rank. It is a play that is captured live by Digital Theatre in London. He then starred in “Silent Witness” and “Line Of Duty,” since then he has been a part of numerous amount of T.V. series, one most prominent being “Inspector Lewis,” his other works include being a voiceover artist for the video games “Jurassic World Evolution,” “World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth” and “Jurassic World Evolution 2.”

Steve Toussaint recently bagged a significant role in “House of the Dragon” as Lord Corlys Velaryon / Sea Snake; it’s a prequel to the famous “Game Of Thorne.” This 57-year-old actor expressed his joy and surprise in an interview covered by The Guardian, and he was happy to get a lead role in this fantasy franchise as he had been trying for a long time.

He faced 5 unsuccessful auditions until he got this. But as the casting was revealed, he received backlash from some people as the original Velaryon in the book was portrayed as white skin, pale hair with purple eyes, opposite his black skin tone. He did not like the racist comments and just wanted to address them.


Steve Toussaint with Eve Best


We have immense details about his acting career, but when it comes to his personal life, but nearly nothing about his personal life. There have been speculations that he has a wife and a daughter, but nothing has been confirmed by him or on his social media. He appears to be divorced, and his daughter lives with his wife.


Steve Toussaint Q&A

Ques: What is Steve Toussaint age?

Ans: He is 57 years old.

Ques: What is Playing Lord Corlys Velaryon in House of the Dragon?

Ans:  Steve Toussaint.

Ques: Who played the role of Sea Snake House of the Dragon?

Ans: Steve Toussaint did the role of the Sea Snake.

Ques: What is Steve Toussaint’s net worth?

Ans: 1.37 million USD.

Ques: What is Steve Toussaint’s height?

Ans: He is 6′ 3″ (1.91 m).

Que: Is Steve Toussaint on Instagram?

Ans: Yes (@thegenuinetoussaint).