Steven Boz is an accomplished musician and actor.
Musically, he has toured Nationally and Internationally as well
as sharing the stage with some of the biggest names in the
industry. "Boz" is renowed for his cutting-edge shred guitar
solo's as well as his rich, seasoned voice.
In 2009 he released the album "Heavy But Sweet".
As an actor his film appearances include the fantasy musical Moonwalker (1988,
with Nikki Cox and Scott L. Treger), the thriller Cop (1988, with Jim Wilkey), the
television action film Motorcycle Gang (1994, with Marshall R. Teague and Don
McManus), and Heart and Soul. Boz also worked as professional model for
print-ads and magazines and is a member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and
the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA).
He studied acting under the acting coaches John Sarno and
Helena Sorell and at Rick Walters Actors Playhouse. He
appeared in commercials for Walt Disney, Skaggs
"Boz" also appeared in several episodes of Star Trek: The
Next Generation and the seventh Star Trek film Star Trek
Department Stores, L&M Cigarettes, and Frito Lay as well as in television series
such as Scarecrow and Mrs. King, V.I.P., General Hospital, and Etorofu So Far.
As A Starfleet Officer
As a Security officer
Star Trek: The Next
Generation Star Trek
As a Borg drone
"Descent, Part II"