STEPHEN BALDWIN (Barney Rubble) has displayed his talents in a wide range of big and small screen projects.

The youngest of four brothers, all actors, Baldwin started his acting career by enrolling in the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in his late teens.

He made his feature debut in Last Exit to Brooklyn and followed with a diverse range of roles in such films as the Academy Award™-winning The Usual Suspects, Oliver Stone’s Born on the Fourth of July, One Tough Cop, The Beast, Fled, Threesome, 8 Seconds, Posse and Crossing the Bridge. He recently starred in Friends and Lovers with Robert Downey, Jr., Claudia Schiffer and Danny Nucci.

His television credits include the ABC mini-series Mr. Murder and the psychological thriller Absence of the Good for HBO. Early credits include the American Playhouse/Disney mini-series The Lawrenceville Stories and Jury Duty. In addition to an array of guest starring roles, Baldwin went on to star in the ABC Emmy Award and Western Heritage Award-winning series Young Riders, portraying the legendary William “Buffalo Bill” Cody as a young man.

In between film projects, Baldwin devotes a great deal of his spare time to philanthropic endeavors including support of a number of a number of AIDS-related charities and the creation of The Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund, named for his mother who is a survivor of breast cancer.