In addition to his film roles, Steven Clark Pachosa is best known in the Portland, Oregon area as a professional stage actor. He made a name for himself acting at such theatres as The New Rose Theatre, Portland Repertory Theatre, and The Artist's Repertory Theatre. He appeared off Broadway in Stark Raving Theatre's production of Aubrey Hampton's Mixed Blood, directed by Rich Burroughs.
At the Gorrilla Theatre, a company run by Aubrey Hampton and Susan Hussey in Tampa, Florida, Steven Pachosa has appeared in Hampton's adaptation of Sherlock and Shaw: The Adventure of the Missing Vampire Diaries, Sideman, Marx in Soho, The Toxic Wave, Travels With My Aunt,
He has also appeared in Don Juan In Hell, and as Phil Hogan in A Moon for the Misbegotten with the Banyan Theater in Sarasota, Florida, and in The Goat, or Who is Sylvia? at the Jobsite Theatre in Tampa.
Steven Pachosa's films include: In The Little Mansion, Anoosh of the Airwaves, Imaginary Crimes, Fatal Exposure, Child of Darkness, Child of Light, My Own Private Idaho, The Haunting of Sarah Hardy, Men of Honor, Psycho, Payback, In the Line of Duty: Blaze of Glory, Summer to Remember.
Steven Pachosa went on to college at Wichita State University, where his majors were philosophy and politics.