Stephanie is a Meisner-trained actress who has parlayed her talents into voicing many a national commercial campaign.
In her early days in New York, she co-founded Crooked Neck Productions, with fellow Esper grad & dear friend, Rachel Jackson. Crooked Neck had a strong presence in the East Village theater scene in the mid-aughts, working with acclaimed directors such as Michael Kimmel (creator of The Last Goodbye) & Tony award nominated actor, Reg Rogers.
In 2006, Stephanie produced and performed in the NY premier of Emmy Nominated writer, Krista Vernoff's "Me, My Guitar, and Don Henley", directed by Peter Paige (best known for his role as Emmet in Showtime's Queer as Folk).
In the years since, she has been kept busy in the commercial world as the campaign voice for many nationally running accounts.
Stephanie has also appeared in on-camera spots for Comcast Triple Play and HP Printers.
In the past 13 years, her greatest creative endeavor has been that of motherhood. Blessed with two incredible children, Stephanie is a devoted and loving mother. Her children have deepened her connection to the human experience in ways that she could never have imagined. They have been her greatest teachers, and have inspired her to continue to dream big & to continue to take creative risks.
Stephanie is currently writing her first book, a fairy tale memoir, chronicling her wonder filled childhood growing up in a hotel in Ocean City, MD, and the fallout of her parent's divorce that brought about chaos, destruction, and ultimately transformation.