Steven Tylor O’Connor is an Emmy and Artios Award winning Casting Director at Aufiero/Horn Casting, winning an Emmy in 2021 for “The Healing Powers of Dude” (Netflix), being honored as Casting Associate of the year in 2019 by the Casting Society, and winning an Artios for “Andi Mack” (Disney). Steven has been recognized two additional times with Artios nominations.
Steven also sits the Board of Directors for the Casting Society and serves in Executive Leadership as their Treasurer / VP of Finance. He also sits on the Equity in Entertainment Committee and champions inclusive & representative casting for underrepresented communities. Steven began his career in New York City working for CBS/Paramount and then NBCUniversal. Now based in Los Angeles, Steven has worked with numerous award winning and leading casting offices, including Greenstein/Daniels Casting (TVLand’s “Hot In Cleveland”), Suzanne Goddard-Smythe Casting (Disney’s “Shake It Up”, “Crash and Bernstein”, “Liv & Maddie”, and “KC Undercover”, BET’s “The Game” and “Heathers: The Musical” (both the world premiere at the Hudson and Off-Broadway productions).
Steven is currently a Casting Director / Associate Casting Director at Aufiero/Horn casting, where other notable projects include: Local Casting Director for Netflix’s banner series “13 Reasons Why”, Disney’s “Andi Mack”, Netflix’s “The OA: Part II”, Facebook’s “Five Points”, and SpectreVision’s (Elijah Wood) “Seven Stages to Achieve Eternal Bliss” and “Color Out of Space.” Steven received an Artios nomination for his work on Nickelodeon’s Emmy award winning comedy series “Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn” and two nominations (one win) for Disney’s “Andi Mack.”
As a producer, Steven has worked on the Emmy nominated and Indie Series Award winning series “Indoor Boys.” He’s also won several awards for his short films. Now a founding partner of Chemically Altered Productions with producing partners Zachary Halley and Michael Lazarovitch.