Stephen Baldwin's Biography
Stephen Baldwin was born on 12 May 1966 in New York.
He is the younger brother of Alec Baldwin, Daniel Baldwin and William Baldwin.
Celebrity Big Brother is one of several reality TV appearances by Stephen Baldwin, who has appeared on The Apprentice, Celebrity Mole and Celebrity Fear Factor.
Additionally, in 2009, Stephen Baldwin entered the American version of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, but walked out early.
Stephen Baldwin was fired in week 11 of The Apprentice.
Stephen Baldwin worked in a pizza restaurant and as a Calvin Klein model before becoming an actor.
On TV Stephen Baldwin played the young Buffalo Bill on The Young Riders, and, in the 1990s his films included Posse, 8 Seconds, Threesome, and the highly respected The Usual Suspects.
Salon described Stephen Baldwin's autobiography, The Unusual Suspect, as "part testimonial and part evangelical manifesto, a cocktail of anti-intellectualism and a biblical interpretation that would have Jesus spinning in his grave, had he stayed there."
Baldwin's Brazilian wife, Kenya, was a born again Christian and she was converted by their Brazilian housekeeper, Augusta. Stephen Baldwin later followed suit.
Stephen Baldwin was involved in setting up Livin It, which combines skateboarding and Christianity.
In 2010 Stephen Baldwin entered Celebrity Big Brother in the UK. He was the fourth housemate to be evicted.
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