|Full Name||Stephen John Oram|
|Birth Name||Stephen John Oram|
|Birth Country||United Kingdom|
|Awards||Best Screenplay (with Alice Lowe),British Filmmaker (with Alice Lowe)|
|Filmography||17 films,31 television series|
|Date of Birth||August 25,1973|
“Stephen John Oram” shortly named Steve Oram is an actor, comedian, writer, and director, recognized for his character in the 2012 film Sightseers, in which he also contributed as a script writer.
Steve Oram is one of the recognized and versatile personalities for taking part in acting, writing, directing, as well as stage comedy shows just like comedian Patton Oswalt.
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Due to this fact, he has grabbed consideration of public attention. He is often identified for Sightseers (released in 2012), The World's End (released in 2013) and Aaaaaaaah (released 2015).
He is active in Twitter and is followed by 3.2k people currently.
Currently 46, Steve Oram was born on the 25th of August, 1973, in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, United Kingdom. Beside this, information about his parents and education, is still under wraps.
Oram began his career as a comedian on the comedy circuit and did drama-plays at the Edinburgh Fringe with comedy partner Tom Meeten during the early 2000s.
He also performed at Ealing Live, a comedy night at Ealing Studios, where he met and began working with Alice Lowe.
In 2002, Oram and Meeten composed and appeared on Channel 4's Matthew & Tone: Tales of Friendship and Innocence. Then he appeared in Comedy Lab series directed by Dominic Brigstocke and screened for 5 seasons. Oram also composed many of the music used in the show.
Oram played various TV & film characters during the 2000s including the 2nd series of People Like Us (2001), the fiction film It's All Gone Pete Tong (2004) starring Paul Kaye, Tittybangbang (2006–07) and Suburban Shootout (2006).
He also appeared as Donnie The Tramp in series 3 of The Mighty Boosh (2007), composed by and starring Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding.
In 2008, his short film Connections was released at Cannes Film Festival.
Additionally, Oram has written and directed various short films under the alias "Steve Aura" and released under the pennant of Lincoln Studios.
With Meeten he presented a long-running comedy show in London called Oram & Meeten's Club Fantastico.
In 2012 Oram and Lowe appeared in Ben Wheatley's dark comedy Sightseers, written by Oram and Lowe with supplementary material by Amy Jump.
Considering his ethics in his previous acts, Oram was able to secure parts in films such as Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg's The World's End (2013), The Canal (2014), Altar (2014), and Paddington (2014).
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Similarly, he has a fair share of TV appearences and has appeared in Wipers Times released in 2013, written by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman.
The in 2014, he appeared in an episode of The Secrets beside Alison Steadman and Olivia Colman.
Then he appeared in an episode of Noel Fielding's Luxury Comedy in 2014; the same year Steve appeared as Jack Thorne in a hit TV series Glue.
Then he appeared in another series The Living and the Dead and A Dark Song following his appearance in Glue.
Oram proclaimed his directorial debut with Aaaaaaaah! in 2015.
Aaaaaaaah was a film where characters communicated entirely in ape-like grunts where Oram alongside Julian Barratt, Toyah Willcox, Julian Rhind-Tutt, Noel Fielding and Holli Dempsey played the characters in the film. The film's soundtrack highlights a number of tracks from the King Crimson Projekcts albums.
In 2017, Steve did a role of Phil (father of James played by actor Alex Lawther in a famous Netflix series The End of the F***ing World alongside actors such as Gemma Whelan, Jessica Barden, Naomi Ackie, and Steve Oram.
Steve Oram’s net worth is reportedly around $1 million in 2020.
Steve Oram’s wages for the year have yet to be revealed, but he is reportedly earning a decent amount of money from his stand-up gigs, musical albums, along with his Movie and TV acting and directing.
|Source of Money||Acting, Writing, and Directing|
He has successfully finished a comedy tour "Funny As Hell and has performed in several sold out shows all over UK.
Currently, we are examining Steve’s salary, so check back soon for the latest updates. We are regularly renewing this page with his financial and earning.
When it comes to celebrities personal stuff such as their dating and marriage life, only a handful are there to reveal it. They often want to be private concerning those aspects, which also include Steve Oram!
Hence, we suspect Steve Oram to be single because he hasn't mentioned any thing about his love life.
He also hasn't addressed questions about his sexuality, hence we don't know if the bearded comedian is gay or straight.
Even at the age of 46, Steve Oram has maintained his physical appearance very well.
Here are some facts regarding his body measurements, let's take a quick look at it:
|Height||5 feet 10.5 inches|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
What Is Steve Oram’s Height?
Steve Oram is 5 feet 10.5 inches (1.79m) tall in height.
What is Steve Oram’s age?
Steve Oram is 46 years old as of 2020.
What is Steve Oram’s Net Worth?
Steve Oram Net Worth is estimated to be around $1 million as per his records in 2020.
Was Steve Oram In 2016’s “A Dark Song”?
Yes, Steve Oram starred in 2016’s “A Dark Song”.