Born and raised in the Old South, Steve Armour built a successful career as a professional musician in New York City, recording and touring with jazz and pop icons, before venturing west to attend USC Film School, where he was the first screenwriter awarded the program's Hudson Scholarship.  He went on to win an Annenberg Fellowship in Screenwriting, and his original pilot, Battle, Alabama, was runner up for the Josh Schwartz Prize.
Steve has written for literary journals like Another Chicago Magazine, Pif, and Rivendell, national magazines like Down Beat, and he won a full scholarship to the prestigious Bread Loaf Writers' Conference.
Steve's first screenplay for hire, All Saints, based on a true story, is currently casting at Sony Pictures' Affirm Films for a summer 2016 start. Affirm Films and Heartland Productions have also hired Steve to adapt New York Times bestselling non-fiction thriller The Devil in Pew Number 7 for a Sony Pictures release.
Steve's other work for hire includes a true crime thriller about the leading money launder for the Cali Drug Cartel, and the origin story of the man we know as Johnny Appleseed.
Steve is represented by The Gersh Agency and Corey Trent Ackerman of FreshMaker Media in Los Angeles.



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