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Steve Sandvoss was born in 1980 in New York City. He went to school in the "burbs" and in Connecticut. He originally had studied Chinese thinking about going into international business, but changed his mind later. He attended Harvard and graduated cum laude, studying poetry and prose writing. He also acted in several plays and directed readings of his own work. He got into acting in a serial program on NBC playing a football star competing against Will Estes. He decided to move to California because that's where everything happens. Within 3 weeks, he was cast as Aaron in Latter Days (2003), playing a Mormon Missionary who falls in love with a gay party boy in Los Angeles. He is now in a forthcoming movie with Jennifer Aniston, Rumor Has It... (2005), and has just finished a play in L.A. called "Tape". He has accumulated a significant fan base due to his starring role in Latter Days (2003) and will likely carry it over into whatever future projects he engages in.Graduated from Harvard University.Has an older brother, Peter Sandvoss, who used to work for Funny Boy Productions.His father died when Steve was 17 years old.
Wait a minute, our ancestors? Dad, your grandfather had half a dozen wives. Same goes for every single person in this room. I'd say we were original definition of "alternative lifestyle."
Wait a minute, our ancestors? Dad, your grandfather had half a dozen wives. Same goes for every single person in this room. I'd say we were original definition of 'alternative lifestyle.'
Are you calling us hypocrites?
No, we've gone way beyond hypocrisy, dad, now we're just being mean.
What if it's not something I've done? What if it's who I am!?
[Slaps Aaron] Don't say that! Don't you ever even think that! [Aaron cries and she starts to cry, but composes herself.] You can be forgiven. Maybe heavenly father can forgive you for what you've done, but who you are? You can never forgive something like that.