Al Corley began his acting career in 1979, in the TV movie "Women at West Point," appearing in several small parts after that before landing the role of Steven Carrington on the wildly popular prime-time soap opera "Dynasty. " Leaving the show in 1982, he acted in several series and small films in the late '80s and early '90s. In 1994 Corley made his directorial debut with the German TV movie "Last Dance," which he wrote, produced, and acted in. The following year he produced and acted as the second unit director for the German film "In the Flesh." Focusing more on producing in the late '90s and '00s, Corley produced 16 films, including the 2006 horror film "The Gravedancers." In 2005 he directed his second film, "Bigger Than the Sky," which featured Amy Smart and Sean Astin.