"Believe in Yourself . . . and Amazing Things can Happen!"
Stephanie began performing on stage when she was 7 years old but, at home, long before then. At age 3, she would imitate her older sister, who was herself an accomplished performer. Stephanie would learn the lines, songs, staging and choreography for all the parts her sister played on stage. When it became Stephanie's turn to perform, she found immediate success and was cast in such incredible roles as Young Fiona, Annie and Dorothy. She made her professional debut as Louisa von Trapp in the AEA National Tour of The Sound of Music. Stephanie can also be seen in various professional and student films and is the the proud recipient of the Best Supporting Actress Award from the NYU New Visions & Voices Film Festival for her portrayal of "Sable" in a film by the same name. Stephanie continues to study voice, dance and acting, for both stage and film.
There is much more to Stephanie than performing. She is an avid writer and penned her first short film when she was 10 years old called "The Runaway." Her film went into production at her 11th birthday party where each of her friends played a part. Some of her favorite moments are spent with her "besties." Together they write, act out and film their own productions and music videos.
And . . . Stephanie's got game! Her older brother introduced her to the wonderful world of sports which has given her a competitive edge. She was the proud captain of her tournament volleyball team this year and enjoyed a winning season. She earned a spot on the Varsity High School Softball team as an 8th grader and plays the outfield. She can be seen showcasing her lightening speed when running the bases.
Stephanie's feet are firmly planted on the ground . . . as she reaches for the stars!!!