American actor Bob Stephenson was born on May 18, 1967 in Oxnard, California. His professional acting career spans both film and television shows and he was even nominated for an Independent Spirit Award in 2006. This was due for his work on the film Thumbsucker, starring Keanu Reeves, Tilda Swinton, Vincent D’Onofrio, and Benjamin Bratt.
Bob Stephenson began his career with a small role in the 1995 mystery thriller Se7en. He continued to receive more prominent parts in movies. It wasn’t long before he appeared in Between the Lines, Con Air, and The Game. He then moved to the small screen, playing a cop on an episode of Felicity. In 1999, he was cast in Architecture of Reassurance, then got the role of a record executive in Sleeping Beauties. His next endeavor was portraying a security officer in the film adaptation of Chuck Palahniuk’s novel, Fight Club. Stephenson was next seen on an episode of Veronica’s Closet, his last project for the year.
In 2000, Stephenson made his way to the blockbuster hit Charlie’s Angels. The following year, he was cast in Judging Amy, and was later seen on Ally McBeal. In 2002, he played David in the Spike Jonze-directed dramatic comedy Adaptation. After an appearance on Dragnet, Stephenson had a bit part in Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle. This was followed by roles in Catalina View, Breakin’ All the Rules, Thumbsucker, The Big Empty and Friends with Money. In 2006, Stephenson became known for his television roles. He got a part in Close to Home, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Without a Trace and an episode of The Minor Accomplishments of Jackie Woodman. Later on, he joined the cast of the CBS series Jericho, where he plays the recurring role of Jimmy. Stephenson was also in School for Scoundrels, Fast Track, Zodiac, and the hit film Transformers.