Stephanie Caroline March is an American actress best known for portraying ‘Alexandra Cabot in the TV crime drama ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.’ In addition, she has appeared in the criminal drama series ‘Conviction.’ She began her career as a theatrical actor, appearing in a number of Broadway productions in her early years. She later moved to television, and the determined lady did not waste any time in trying her luck in Hollywood. She has had noteworthy, albeit brief, parts in films such as ‘Mr. & Mrs. Smith,’ ‘The Treatment,’ and ‘Falling for Grace.’ March is a social activist who has been on the board of ‘Safe Horizon,’ is an advocate for women’s rights, and is a supporter of ‘Planned Parenthood.’ She has also served as the World of Children’s Celebrity Ambassador.
The Career of Stephanie
Stephanie March made her television debut in 1997 in an episode of the CBS series ‘Early Edition.’ She came to New York two years later and made her Broadway debut in Arthur Miller’s ‘Death of a Salesman,’ which received great praise. She was one of the show’s lead performers, alongside Brian Dennehy. In 2000, she also appeared in a TV movie adaptation of the same-named play.
March has appeared in a number of theatre productions, including Eric Bogosian’s ‘Talk Radio’ and Howard Korder’s ‘Boy’s Life.’ She appeared in these two shows alongside well-known actors such as Liev Schreiber and Jason Biggs.
March made her film debut in 2003 in ‘Head of State,’ a political farce in which she starred alongside ‘Chris Rock.’ In 2005, she starred alongside Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie in the action film ‘Mr. & Mrs. Smith.’ In 2006, she starred in the romantic comedies Falling for Grace and ‘The Treatment.’
She also appeared in the 2009 film ‘The Invention of Lying,’ in which she played a woman who Ricky Gervais’ character wishes to have sex. ‘Assistant District Attorney Alexandra Cabot’ on the NBC crime-legal drama series ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit was her most recent television project.
Due to the conditions of the script, she made multiple comebacks after her departure from the show. She also appeared as ‘Alexandra Cabot’ in the short-lived NBC courtroom drama ‘Conviction,’ however, her character was the homicide bureau’s ‘Bureau Chief ADA.’
She has also appeared as a guest or in small roles on various television shows, including ’30 Rock’ in 2006, ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ in 2007, ‘Rescue Me’ in 2009, ‘Made in Jersey’ in 2012, and ‘Happy Endings’ in 2013.
Her Personal Experiences
Stephanie March was born in Dallas, Texas, to John Abe March and Laura Len on July 23, 1974. Charlotte March is her sister. She had her early schooling at Highland Park’s McCulloch Middle School and Highland Park High School, then went on to Northwestern University to complete her degree. She was a member of Northwestern University’s ‘Kappa Alpha Theta’ sorority.
March first met celebrity chef Bobby Flay on the set of one of his cooking series, and they married in 2005. The couple divorced in July of the same year after they separated in March of that year. Sophie Flay is their daughter.
She married Dan Benton in September 2017. March had written an essay about her breast augmentation surgery in 2014 and the infection that led to the removal of her implants.
Estimated Net worth
Stephanie March is a $4 million dollar actress from the United States. Stephanie March was born in 1974 in Dallas, Texas, and began acting in school plays when she was in high school. She went on to Northwestern University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in theater and a master’s degree in Hispanic studies.