Steven Robert Comisar (born December 30, 1961) is an American actor and iconic con man. He is best known for being the only Hollywood actor who is also a legendary con artist. Raised in Beverly Hills, California, Comisar began acting at a young age and has appeared in numerous movies, television shows, and commercials. After serving a stint in federal prison for fraud, Comisar reinvented himself as Brett Champion, Consumer Watchdog. His bestselling book, America's Guide to Fraud Prevention, is considered the gold standard of the fraud prevention industry. Comisar is considered the world's leading authority on fraud. The FBI placed him in the top ten con men of all time, second to only Frank Abagnale, subject of Oscar winning motion picture, Catch Me if you Can, directed by Steven Spielberg, and starring Leonardo DiCaprio.
Among Comisar's over 100 national news and talk show appearances, he appeared regularly on Dateline NBC and The View as their on-camera consumer fraud expert. His award-winning CBS television special, The Con Man, was viewed by over 10 million people. Some of Comisar's acting credits include: Tough Luck, Fists of Iron, The Seduction of Gina, Sister Dearest, Desert Sun, Streets of Fire, Throb, and Hell Town. Comisar commands a worldwide fan base consisting of over 600,000 Twitter followers and over 1 million fans have viewed his YouTube videos.
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