Stephen’s first memory of story telling, was when he was 5 years old, on holiday in his native Yorkshire. Upon hearing his half Australian half English accent his extended family stuck him on a chair, poked him with a stick and said, “Talk!” Sadly for those close to him he hasn’t drawn breath since…
He discovered that he was a performer a few months later when he streaked through one of his mother’s fondue tea parties wearing nothing but her oversized platform shoes and a miniature cape shrieking, “Someone’s let the snake out. Run for your life!”
It still confounds him, how a little boy from Paraburdoo, on the edge of The Great Sandy Desert, ended up in the Voice Over Business. But he counts his blessings that he did… It sure beats driving an Iron Ore Truck. They’re a bugger of a thing to parallel park.
Stephen is the author of the best selling memoir The boy who could tickle clouds https://www.amazon.com.au/boy-who-could-tickle-clouds-ebook/dp/B00D3COW42 and the founder of https://www.thisbeautifullife.com.au/