Harris stars in Spike Lee’s feature film CHI-RAQ as Ole Duke, and Has rbe seen in the new TNT series LEGENDS starring opposite Sean Bean.  He also has appeared in the critically acclaimed FX drama series JUSTIFIED playing the role of Roscoe alongside his brother Wood Harris, marking the first time the two brothers have been on screen together.

Steve recently starred alongside Wilmer Valderrama and Jason Isaacs in the NBC thriller series AWAKE, and recurred on the 4th season of NBC’s award winning series FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS. 

Steve is most well-known for playing the role of Eugene Young in NBC’s THE PRACTICE.  He received great praise for his performance, which won him the 2004 Image Award for Best Actor and nominated for Screen Actors Guild Awards, and two Primetime Emmy Awards.   Additionally, he was nominated for the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series in 1998, 1999 and 2000.  Harris’ other television credits include: ELI STONE, HEIST, GREY’S ANATOMY, LAW & ORDER, MURDER ONE,  “NEW YORK UNDERCOVER, and CHICAGO HOPE. 

In 2005, Harris starred in Tyler Perry’s romantic-dramedy DIARY OF A MAD BLACK WOMAN, which opened #1, grossing over $21 million opening weekend. Harris starred in Adam Shankman’s comedy, BRINGING DOWN THE HOUSE alongside Steve Martin and Queen Latifah.  This film was #1 in the box office for three consecutive weeks and grossed over $132 million domestically.  He also starred in Steven Spielberg’s sci-fi thriller, MINORITY REPORT with Tom Cruise, Collin Farrell and Samantha Morton.  REPORT was another box office success that grossed $35 million opening weekend and $132 million domestically.

Harris’ other film credits include: Screen Gems bank heist “Takers”, Fox Atomic’s “12 Rounds”, Sony/Screen Gems horror film “Quarentine”, Leon Ichaso’s “Sugar Hill” with Wesley Snipes, Michael Bay’s “The Rock” with Sean Connery, Nicolas Cage and Ed Harris, and Rob Cohen’s “The Skulls” with Joshua Jackson and Paul Walker.