Al Corley initially played Steven Carrington, the younger son of Blake and Alexis. Steven served as one of Krystle's few allies and also had a conflicted relationship with his father, both due to their political differences and Steven's hesitancy to take over the family business. Also a point of friction with his father was Steven's sexual orientation, with the character considering himself gay, but also having affairs and marriages with several female characters on the show. Corley (no recent picture available) has mostly had minor roles in indie films and made-for-TV movies since "Dynasty," including "Don Juan DeMarco," "Cowboy Up," "You Kill Me" and "Bigger Than the Sky," the last of which, a 2005 romantic-comedy starring John Corbett, Amy Smart and Sean Astin, he also directed. His most recent role came with a bit part in the 2011 indie film "Kill the Irishman."