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Stephanie Fredricks Biography

 
Birth Place:
New York, NY
Bio:
Stephanie was born and raised in New York City. She began her performing career as a dancer studying at the School of American Ballet, but being the daughter of two opera singers, a professional singing career would most certainly be in her future. Her first professional acting job was in an ... (read complete bio)
 

Birth Place: New York, NY

Bio:
Stephanie was born and raised in New York City. She began her performing career as a dancer studying at the School of American Ballet, but being the daughter of two opera singers, a professional singing career would most certainly be in her future. Her first professional acting job was in an ... (read complete bio)

Stephanie was born and raised in New York City. She began her performing career as a dancer studying at the School of American Ballet, but being the daughter of two opera singers, a professional singing career would most certainly be in her future. Her first professional acting job was in an Off-Broadway play at age 9. Throughout her childhood she continued studying dance while dabbling in theater and commercials. At age 15, she landed a recurring role on ABC's "All My Children," and at 16, Stephanie chose to leave the School of American ballet to further pursue her career in acting and musical theater.



Stephanie recently wrapped production on the feature film "Ovation," directed by Henry Jaglom. She was last seen in Los Angeles guest-starring in the web series "Hollywood Dream Role," live-streamed from ACME Comedy Hollywood. Other recent Los Angeles credits include the Celebration Theatre's production of THE NEXT FAIRY TALE, and THE APPLE TREE with Crown City Theatre Company, where she was named one of the Best Lead Performers of the Year in Southern California by BroadwayWorld.com, along with Bill Pullman, Estelle Parsons, Julia Stiles, and Megan Mullally. On Broadway, she performed in WONDERFUL TOWN with both Donna Murphy and Brooke Shields. Off-Broadway, she appeared in THE OCCUPATION, and A NIGHT SEA JOURNEY. Regionally, Stephanie has performed in several shows including PHANTOM (Walnut Street Theatre), STUDENT PRINCE, THE MUSIC OF ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER (Paper Mill Playhouse), MASTER CLASS (Portland Stage Company), CHILDREN OF EDEN, CHORUS LINE (North Carolina Theatre), MONTHS ON END (Theatre 40), and I CAPTURE THE CASTLE directed by Cameron Watson (El Portal Theatre). Film/Television credits include "Untold" (2014 release), "The Bold and The Beautiful," "Life Stories: Families in Crisis" for HBO, "Moving Mike," "Slow Day," "All My Children," and the animated short "Oedipus," which was honored at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival.



As a writer, Stephanie's original sitcom pilot TRUTH IN ADVERTISING won the Silver Prize in the Page International Screenwriting Awards, and was the runner-up in the Acclaim Film & Television Competition. She is currently working on her first screenplay, and hopes to begin production on the central coast in summer 2014.