Stephen Huszar is a Canadian film and television actor born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, where he graduated from the University of Saskatchewan. Huszar began his acting career in 2004 with a role in the TV movie “The Cradle Will Fall.” His career took off rapidly and he appeared in recurring roles on popular series such as “Paradise Falls” for Showcase and “Corner Gas” for CTV. Huszar also appeared in one of The CW's longest-running series “Smallville.”
Other notable credits include feature films such as “Milton’s Secret” (for which he also served as a producer), “30 Days of Night: Dark Days,” directed by Ben Ketai, “Faces in the Crowd,” opposite Milla Jovovich, and “Ferocious,” opposite Kim Coates.
Selected television credits include his portrayal of comic book super villain Plunder in The CW’s “The Flash,” Fox’s “Fringe,” Showcase’s “Continuum,” The CW’s “Supernatural” and a recurring role on Crave TV’s “Letterkenny,” Canada's top award-winning comedy series.
Most recently, Huszar completed production on the indie thriller “Entropic,” directed by Robert W. Gray, and starred in various television movies including Hallmark Movies & Mysteries’ “Magical Christmas Ornaments,” Netflix’s “Christmas Wedding Planner” and SuperChannel’s “Hometown Holiday.”
Currently, Huszar is shooting the feature film “Rabid,” a remake of David Cronenberg’s cult classic, now directed by the Soska Sisters.
Huszar divides his time between Toronto and Vancouver.