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The role of ‘Jeremy Gilbert’ in the American supernatural drama television series ‘The Vampire Diaries’ made actor and model Steven R. McQueen famous worldwide. During his time in the program, McQueen garnered attention from all over the world thanks to his endearing appearance and beautiful demeanor. Being the grandson of the renowned actor Terence Steven McQueen, the young actor is equally well known. He made an early appearance in the American drama series “Everwood” created by Greg Berlanti. Later, he played “Jimmy Borrelli” for two years in the American action-drama television series “Chicago Fire” and had frequent appearances in “Chicago P.D.” McQueen played “Jake Forester” in the 2010 American 3D horror-comedy movie “Piranha 3D.” He also had a role in the highly praised short film “Club Soda,” for which he won the Beverly Hills Film Festival’s Best Male Performance Award.

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Career of Steven R. McQueen

In 2005, Steven R. McQueen made his acting debut in the CBS science fiction drama “Threshold” (episode “Blood of the Children”) as “Jordan Peters.” He was hired the same year to play the part of “Kyle Hunter” in Greg Berlanti’s American drama television series “Everwood.” He participated in the show’s 2005–2006 season, making seven appearances in a recurring role. McQueen starred as “The Kid” in Paul Carafotes’ 2006 short drama “Club Soda,” which he also wrote and directed. For his part in the short film, McQueen received tremendous appreciation and was presented with the Beverly Hills Film Festival Award for Best Male Performance.

He played Derek Beaugard, an opportunistic young guy who manipulates his best buddy for selfish gain, in the Disney Channel Original Movie Minutemen in 2008. In the science fiction movie, McQueen costarred with Jason Scott Dolley, Nicholas Braun, and Chelsea Kane Staub. The movie had a $5 million base budget and received 6.48 million viewers for its Disney Channel premiere. In the same year, he also made an appearance in the short film “American Breakdown.”

In 2008, McQueen made a number of cameo appearances in various television programs. These include “CSI: Miami” as “Keith Walsh” in the episode “Gone Baby Gone,” “Without a Trace” as “Will Duncan” in the episode “True/False,” and “Numb3rs” as “Craig Ezra” in the episode “Atomic No. 33.” The following year, McQueen signed a long-term contract to play “Jeremy Gilbert” in the Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec-produced American supernatural drama television series “The Vampire Diaries.” ‘The Vampire Diaries’ by L. J. Smith served as the inspiration for the television series, which debuted on The CW network in 2009. Between 2009 and 2015, McQueen was a regular on the show. In 2017, he returned as a guest star. He received nominations Best Rockin TV Actor at the Youth Rock Awards in 2011 and for Scene Stealer Male at the Teen Choice Awards in 2013. He played “Jake Forester” in the 2010 American 3D horror-comedy movie “Piranha 3D.” The movie was a remake of the terrifying 1978 thriller “Piranha.”

In the American action drama television series “Chicago Fire,” McQueen was a regular. Between 2015 and 2016, he appeared in 25 episodes as “Jimmy Borrelli.”

Individual Life of Steven R. McQueen

On July 13, 1988, Steven Chadwick McQueen was born in Los Angeles, California. He is the son of Stacia Robitaille and actor-producer Chad McQueen. He is the great-grandson of Terence Steven McQueen and Ruby Neilam Salvador Adams, two renowned actors. Three of his half-siblings are younger.

Steven R. McQueen’s Net Worth

McQueen, Steven R. Steven R. McQueen is an American actor and model with a $3 million net worth. Stacy Toten and Chad McQueen, the latter of whom is an actor and producer who helped their son get his start, welcomed Steven R. McQueen into the world in Los Angeles, California. His paternal grandfather, the renowned performer Steve McQueen, was one of McQueen’s grandparents who made a living as an actor. Chase and Madison are his younger half-siblings. His mother’s maiden name, Robitaille, inspired his professional middle initial, R.