Shade Streeter

Represented by Option Model and Media

Unthinkable: A Pilots Story

Goodbye, First Love

Love Sick - Preproduction


latest work

Shade has been cast to play young Dr. Christian in "one of the most eagerly anticipated horror genre films of 2014." . See the sneak peek here.

Shade plays teen James in this tale of two people who part ways after tragedy.

When Marshall Phillips and his two children are found shot dead, local authorities rule it a murder suicide and pursue Mike (played by Shade Streeter) because he might know the real answer.

As young Keegan, Shade brings to life the tortured memories of Keegan Dark.

Shade began acting in the theatre at the age of 8 when he made his stage debut as Oliver Twist and he was hooked.  He appeared in over 15 productions through his early teens.  At the age of 13, Shade began his film career with the lead role in award-winning author Patrick Carmen's short film adaptation of the book 3:15 Stories:The Beast.  This role lead to Shade's decision to pursue film acting as a career.

Shade has appeared in two commercials, as well as Heather Harlow's soon to be released short film The Punishing Business and Kimber Dion's recently released short film Goodbye, First Love.  He also appeared as the young director James Westby in the documentary At the Video Store along side directors Gus Van Sant, John Sloss and many others, set to be released in 2014.

Feature film sets are Shade's happy place and he was thrilled to have a lead role in Blue Seraph's The Dark Place, picked up for world-wide distribution in 2014. 

Shade recently accepted the role of young Dr. Christian in Polluted Picture's "eagerly anticipated" new feature film, Love Sick.

Shade is also a screenwriter.  His short film screenplay Head Trip was selected a semi-finalist at the Eerie Horror Film Festival in 2013, and was selected as an official selection at the Sacramento International Film Festival in 2014. Head Trip also won Honorable Mention at the California International Film Festival  in 2014 and has been selected to the Columbia Gorge International Film Festival in August 2014. He plans on producing Head Trip next year.