Steven Pringle made his debut at TimeLine Theatre. His Chicago theater credits include FAITH HEALER (Buffalo Theater Ensemble); THE MADNESS OF GEORGE III, THE TAMING OF THE SHREW and RICHARD III (Chicago Shakespeare Theater); WITHOUT A PARACHUTE (Pasta Fazool Players); and THE PASSION OF DRACULA (First Folio Theatre). Regional credits include THE RAINMAKER (Guthrie Theater); ARMS AND THE MAN, THE IRON HARP, CUSTER and THE FARM (Actors Theater of St. Paul; founding member); THE MOUSETRAP and PAJAMA TOPS (Old Log Theater in Excelsior, Minn.); GUYS AND DOLLS, ROBBER BRIDEGROOM and ON GOLDEN POND (Chanhassen Dinner Theatres in Minnesota). He appeared in the movie THAT WAS THEN, THIS IS NOW. His television credits are QUINCY, THE POLICE and HOLLYWOOD TELEVISION THEATER. In 1970, Steve received the Edwin Booth Award from the American College Theater Festival, presented by The Players’ Club of New York.