It took years for Fisher Stevens to find his true passion. And after discovering what he loves doing, he has shined more brightly than ever.
The actor-turned-filmmaker, Fisher Stevens has proven himself with various award-winning projects. As an actor, he is known for depicting the character of Ben Jabituya in Short Circuit, Chuck Fishman in Early Edition, and in Hackers as Eugene "The Plague" Belford.
Who Is Fisher Stevens’ Wife?
Fisher Stevens is married to producer Alexis Bloom. His wife, Alexis has successfully marked her name with her work credits like We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks (2013), Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds (2016), and Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes (2018).
Fisher Stevens with his wife, Alexis Bloom, at the "If Beale Street Could Talk" U.S. premiere at The Apollo Theater in October 2018. (Photo: Getty Images)
Fisher and Alexis are the two Hollywood icons who never stopped giving their best to the entertainment industry. The real-life husband and wife have teamed up on HBO’s Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds.
Apart from the professional career, the couple prefers to shroud their personal life in secrecy. The duo, who had been dating each other secretly, got married in a private wedding ceremony.
Talking about his children, he has a daughter named Paloma. Paloma was born in 2017. Fisher was 53 years old when he welcomed his first child.
How Much Is His Net Worth?
With the prolific career, the veteran filmmaker Fisher Stevens has been able to amass both name and fortune. As an American director, producer, actor, and writer, Fisher has been able to assemble the net worth of $8 million.
He is best known for his work in The Cove (2009) and Crazy Love (2007) which received the 2010 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature and the 2008 Independent Spirit Award for Best Documentary Feature respectively.
Popular for directing the Leonardo DiCaprio-produced documentary Before the Flood, Fisher is the co-founder of Insurgent Media which was established in 2010. Back in 1986, he co-founder Naked Angels Theater Company with his close friends.
Most recently, Fisher worked in the movies and TV series like Motherless Brooklyn, Succession, Tiger King, and The French Dispatch.
The other work credits of Fisher include Early Edition, Lost, The Mentalist, The Blacklist, Vice Principals, The Good Fight, John Leguizamo - Ghetto Klown, Isle of Dogs, The Grand Budapest Hotel and many more.
Short Bio, Parents
Fisher Stevens was born on 27 November 1963 as Steven Fisher. He was born to his parents in Chicago, Illinois. His father, Norman Fisher, was a furniture executive and his mother, Sally, was a painter and AIDS activist.
When Fisher was 13 years old, his parents divorced. After the separation of his parents, he moved to New York with his mother. Three years later, he landed his first movie role in The Burning. He was 16 years old when appeared as Woodstock in the 1981 horror film.