Wass Stevens starred in “Public Morals,” a TNT television series Executive Produced by Steven Speilberg, and co-starring Eddie Burns, Mike Rapaport, Brian Dennehy and Tim Hutton.

Other notable television credits include recurring roles on ”House of Cards” with Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright (Executive Produced and Directed by David Fincher, Netflix), as well as CBS’ ”The Good Wife,” ABC’s “Ugly Betty,” and all three “Law and Order” shows (NBC); Guest star roles include CBS’ “Blue Bloods” and “Elementary,” HBO’s “The Leftovers,” NBC’S “The Blacklist.”

Wass is also currently awaiting the release of several new Films, including “Chuck” starring Liev Shreiber, “Patti Cake$” which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival (and was nominated for a Grand Jury Prize.) Other notable film credits include “John Wick 2” starring Keanu Reeves, “Demolition” starring Jake Gylhenhal (Dir. Jean Marc Vallee) ”The Wrestler” (Dir. Darren Aronofsky), “Brooklyn’s Finest” (Dir. Antwoine Fuqua), and “World Trade Center” (Dir. Oliver Stone).

In addition, he has appeared in over forty TV commercials.

Wass was a teacher for 15 years at the famed Susan Batson Studio in New York City, and has studied with Susan, Sheila Gray, Gretta Seacat and William Esper, studied and performed with “The Groundlings” in Los Angeles, and has a B.A. in Economics from Union College and a J.D. from Brooklyn Law School.

Wass was born and raised in Brooklyn, N.Y.

He is a former Litigation Attorney and Bronx Assistant District Attorney, is currently a partner in The Tao Group, which owns many restaurants and nightclubs, including Tao, Beauty & Essex, Avenue and Marquee to name a few, is a partner in the Artichoke Basille’s Pizza chain, owns Rivington Tattoo N.Y.C., and is an amateur boxer and avid motorcycle enthusiast.