Steve Monarque

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Steve Monarque (born April 2, 1959 in Pompton Lakes, New Jersey) is a New York-based actor and musician. He grew up in the suburban New Jersey community of Pompton Lakes. Monarque has appeared in well-known films including No Small Affair and Sixteen Candles. In 1985, he was the lead in a special MTV video for the popular song 25 or 6 to 4 by the rock band "Chicago". He also starred in the late eighties romantic comedy film Under the Boardwalk. In 1989 he joined the series as a regular cast member for the sci-fi horror syndicated series Friday the 13th: The Series, which also starred Chris Wiggins and Louise Robey. Friday the 13th: The Series is also known in Europe and Canada under the series title Friday's Curse. Monarque played the character Johnny Ventura, a freelance writer who worked part time at an antiques store and who helped his store partners collect special items that had been previously cursed by the Devil. The series has a loyal cult following and remains a favorite program for many horror TV fans worldwide. Monarque is also a playwright, a musician and a composer.
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