Stewart comes from a wee village in Argyll on the west coast of Scotland.
Growing up he was always interested in music and performing. He started off aged 4 singing in Gaelic and competing throughout Scotland. He later developed an interest in playing Drums and Guitar. Over the years, he played in many bands, orchestras, sung in choirs, and performed in local drama groups.
At 17 he left Argyll and moved to Glasgow to begin training on the HND Musical Theatre course at Stow College (Glasgow Kelvin). At Stow, he began to develop his skills professionally and performed in larger productions and concerts. He also was in a rock band playing gigs in venues and festivals all over the country. During training, Stewart worked as an extra. He began to get small speaking roles in various TV programmes which gave him confidence to apply to drama schools.
After a successful audition, Stewart went on to train on the BA (Hons) Actor Musicianship degree course at Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance in London. Stewart was very proud to be the only Scottish student in his year. Whilst there he starred in many plays and musicals which showcased his talents. He graduated in 2012 and signed to Jewell Wright Ltd.
Since graduation he has continued to work in Theatre, TV, Voice Overs and as a Musician.
Stewart also has a passion for stage combat and sword fighting in which he is highly trained. This has allowed him to work as a fight choreographer or captain in short films, plays and musicals.