Stephanie appears in Martin Scorsese's, The Irishman, starring Robert DeNiro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci. She plays Irene Sheehan opposite Mr. DeNiro's lauded performance as Frank Sheeran. After a theatrical release on November first, The Irishman will be available to view on Netflix.



Stephanie attended the Toronto Film Festival in for the premiere of Cory Finley's, Bad Education, starring Hugh Jackman and Allison Janney. Stephanie was fortunate to share the screen with Mr. Jackman after having shared the Broadway stage with him in The Boy From Oz several years ago.


Stephanie is currently filming the recurring role of Sgt. McNichols on season 10 of CBS's Blue Bloods. Last Spring she originated the role of Desiree Villareal on NBC's The Enemy Within.  


Last year, following a guest star appearance on CBS's hit series Bull as Rebecca Lexington, Stephanie appeared opposite Michael Shannon in the miniseries Waco on The Paramount Network.  Stephanie was then thrilled to return to the stage in the Drama Desk & Outer Critics Circle nominated revival of Our Lady of 121 Street, directed by Phylicia Rashad. She made her Tribeca Film Festival debut in Shawn Synder's To Dust starring Matthew Broderick, which was released theatrically in February 2019.


Stephanie is the Executive Producer of the Scary Mommy Original Series Mother Judger. The series has garnered over 7 million views in only 6 months. Her new dramedy series, BLUNT, is in development. She co-created and stars in The Big O,  an official selection in the Boardwalk Film Festival, a semi finalist the Sundance/ YouTube New Voices Lab, and a top 100 finalist in the 2017 Emerging Screenwriters Competition.

Stephanie played the role Kimmie Belzer in Martin Sorcese's Academy Award nominated film The Wolf of Wall Street. She also played Ms. Kovacevik in Sony Picture's Annie, and recurred on the Emmy Award winning series, The Good Wife & The Good Fight


PHOTO: Stephanie at the Toronto International Film Festival attending the premiere of Bad Education, starring Hugh Jackman, Allison Janney, Gearadine Viswanathan and Ray Romano.








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