About Stephen...

Stephen Quadros was born in Santa Cruz, California. In his teens Stephen discovered that he had a passion for playing drums. His favorite bands were Cream, Jimi Hendrix, Deep Purple and The Who. A few years after he graduated from high school, Quadros discovered martial arts, training with Judo/Tae Kwon Do master Soonho Song in Santa Cruz. Eventually he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his musical dream, putting his martial arts obsession on the back burner. His band SNOW, which featured Carlos Cavazo (Quiet Riot) on guitar, gained lots of attention in Hollywood and beyond.

When his drum career was derailed by repetitive strain injuries, Mr. Quadros found a new way to satisfy his creative impulses: acting. After studying with noted teachers like Stella Adler, Milton Justice, Arthur Mendoza and William Alderson, Stephen began to enjoy some success as an actor in TV and film (CSI: Miami, Shock ‘Em Dead, Without A Trace, Never Back Down: No Surrender), working with such luminaries as Bryan Cranston, Cuba Gooding Jr., Chuck Norris and Kathryn Bigelow...until another door opened for him: broadcasting. Because Quadros had a unique combination of a martial arts background to accompany his theatrical on-camera exploits, he was a natural as a television fight commentator, where he was given the nickname "The Fight Professor". Stephen went on to work for Showtime Networks, ESPN and CBS Sports Network, doing the broadcast duties for Strikeforce, Pride Fighting Championships and UFC Undisputed 3 video game.

After a lengthy run in the fight game as a commentator (1998-2015), that saw him travel to many locales around the globe, Stephen is enthusiastic about stepping back into acting and anticipates many new adventures...