Livingston Steele is an actor, filmmaker and creative born and raised in Newark NJ. Arts High Alum, and graduate of the University Of New Haven with a bachelors in music business, minor in TV and Film, Livingston worked at various music and media companies from BET Music Matters, Summer Stage in NYC to multiple music management companies like Legend Factory to learn and assist independent artists, musicians and creatives in music marketing and branding. Steele started working on short videos to better understand the different aspects of the filmmaking from Josue’ Simon’s music video “Winner”, Alyssa Kayhill’s “Playing With Fire”, and editing several media projects.
Steele also started his acting career as a supporting actor in an award winning independent film Savior. After spending a year doing off-broadway theater productions. He played the main character Conscious written by Kim Singleton in the New York Theatre festival. He was able construct a team to organize shoot dates, scout locations, casting actors for spec pilot The Theory Of Brick City Music that won best performance in a web series in the Newark International Film Festival. He continues to act, as Steele will be playing the main character Jason in the traumatic short film “In My Solitude” to be released in 2021 and “Justus” in the love story “Forbidden” released in 2020. As a new member of the Organization of Black Screenwriters (OBS), Livingston continues to learn the craft of filmmaking from all angles. He’s consistently involved with the process of production as well as developing assisting, producing and collaborating with other filmmakers artists and creators.