Steve Damstra is a notable American film music musician, composer and songwriter, known to many as a member of the Whirlwind Heat music band since 1996; he is also known as the husband of Paget Brewster, a successful actress known for portraying Kathy in NBC’s “Friends” sitcom.
Age, early life, educational background
Steve Damstra was born under the Virgo zodiac sign on September 21, 1981 in the US, which makes him 40 years old as of 2021. He has not shed any light on his early life, who his parents are and where he went to school. However, there is strong speculation that he spent his childhood in the United States. Steve grew up with a strong passion for music, he once revealed during an interview.
I contributed music to this film. It is available on all platforms. https://t.co/nGpeMH15oj
— Steve Damstra (@stevedamstra) May 22, 2020
Whirlwind heat belt
When he was sixteen years old, Damstra founded the indie-rock music band Whirlwind Heat together with synthesizer and singer David J. Swanson and Brad Holland (drummer). They gave their first performance in 1997, a year after their formation, and released their debut album “Do Rabbits Wonder?” in 2003, and in 2004 the extended play “Flamingo Honey” with ten songs. In 2006, Whirlwind Heat released two albums – “I Fucked Up Types Of Wood” and “Types Of Wood” which were produced by Brille Records, before making two EPs – “Air Miami” and “Reagan” Public.
Before the group disbanded, they gave a live performance at Tokyo’s Summer Sonic Festival (2006), and released another full-length album called “Self Titled Or Scoop Du Jour” (2008). Whirlwind Heat Band was based in Michigan, USA, and when the band was spotted at a show by Jack White, a multi-instrumentalist, producer and vocalist, he selected Steve to work as a score composer in his first film.
Swan and folded light
Shortly after the disbandment, Steve formed another band with Jaffe Zinn called Folded Light, and they released their self-titled debut album in 2009 and their second album “Kelly” the following year.
Their next albums – “Warm Dark”, “We Did It” and “Fresh & Cool” came out in 2012, 2014 and 2015, respectively, and they released their latest album “Beach Gem” in 2020. Moreover, Damstra has co-created Swanny teamed up with David Swanson and released their first album “Are You For Real?” in 2018.
Career as a score composer
According to sources, Steve started his career as a score composer in the 2000s. His first project was in 2009, for the short comedy film “Our Neck Of The Woods”, and the extreme sports TV series “Built To Shred”, before appearing in the same period began his work on the comedy film “Messengers 2: The Scarecrow”. year. In 2010, he wrote the song “Cup O’ Sun Coffee Song” for HBO’s “Funny Or Die Presents” series, before composing another for “The Extraordinary Fight Of Atticus Walker And The Monster In His Mind” comedy-drama film.
In 2010 and 2011, Steve contributed to ‘Magic Valley’, ’10 Years + 10 Minutes’ and ‘Excision’.
Damstra’s next work was in the documentary “Expedition To The End Of The World” and in 2013 for two films entitled “All Cheerleaders Die” and “Cheap Thrills”. The following year, the 39-year-old star composed music for “The Learning Curve,” then a song for the 2016 documentary “24×36: A Movie About Movie Posters.” The same year, Steve worked on “Trash Fire” and ” Teenage Cocktail”, before composing music for the short film “Buckets” and “St. Bernard Syndicate” in 2017 and 2018 respectively. His most recent works are “Union Bridge” and “Tone-Deaf” from 2019 and the comedy horror film ” King Knight” from 2021.
Damstra has also made music for commercials and advertisements, including those of Marc Jacobs DOT X ITG, Sundance Channel Vegetable Oil and McDonald’s. He has also made a number of music videos, including “Purple”, “Reagan” and “Air Miami” from the likes of Whirlwind Heat.
Damstra is active on both Twitter and Instagram and uses his social media platforms to keep his fans updated on his latest career endeavours. He also loves to engage his followers in his daily life experiences and post his photos on his online handles.
The 39-year-old American star is married to Paget Brewster. The duo became engaged in March 2013, and Paget shared the news via a post on her Twitter page, in which she was seen flaunting a jade engagement ring given by Steve.
The couple tied the knot a year later on November 29, 2014, in Los Angeles, California, in a colorful wedding ceremony conducted by Matthew G. Gubler, their mutual friend and a co-star in Paget’s “Criminal Minds.”
Steve currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife, with no rumors of divorce or separation – they have not shared a child together. The duo are often seen together at red carpet events and were spotted at the 141st Kentucky Derby in Louisville, Kentucky in 2015.
Steve is an American of Caucasian ethnicity, is 1.67 m tall and of slim build; his eyes and hair are brown.
Damstra has composed multiple songs and soundtracks for various TV series and movies and has made a name for himself in Hollywood. He has amassed a fortune through his successful music career, which was worth about $5 million by the end of 2021, according to reliable sources. His wife, on the other hand, is authoritatively worth nearly $245 million.
Who is Steve Damstra’s wife, Paget Brewster?
Paget was born under the zodiac sign Pisces on March 10, 1969 in Concord, Massachusetts, making her 52 years old as of 2021. She was raised by her mother, Hathaway Brewster, a government official, and her father Galen Brewster, who is a school administrator. She enrolled at the Parsons School of Design in New York shortly after completing high school.
Paget officially began her career as the host of a late night talk show ‘Paget’, which aired on KPIX-TV, in San Francisco from 1994 to 1995. After the show was canceled, she landed a major role on NBC’s sitcom ‘Friends’ (1997). -1998), which was her career breakthrough. Since then, Brewster has appeared in several successful projects, including Fox’s “Andy Richter Controls The Universe” sitcom, in which she played Jessica (2002-2003), 2005-2006’s “Huff” as Beth, “Man Of The House” as Binky in 2005, and CBS’s crime drama ‘Criminal Minds’ from 2006-2012, among others. She has voiced characters in several animated films, including Poison Ivy in ‘Batman and Harley Quinn’ and Della Duck in the animated series ‘DuckTales’ in 2017, among others.