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  • Real name : Stephanie Caroline March
  • Date of birth : 23/07/1974



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Stephanie March (1974)

Stephanie Caroline March

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Stephanie Caroline March is an American actress, best known for her current portrayal of Alexandra Cabot on the television series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.


 early life
March was born in Dallas, Texas, the daughter of John Abe March IV and wife Laura Len (née Irwin) and the sister of Charlotte. She has German, Dutch, Irish, and English ancestry. She attended Highland Park High School, the same high school Angie Harmon (of the original Law & Order) attended. March was a sophomore when Harmon was a senior. She began performing in plays in high school. In 1996 she graduated from the School of Speech at Northwestern University, where she majored in Theater and Hispanic Studies and was a member of the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority.

At Northwestern, she played Helena in A Midsummer Night's Dream in Chicago, where she continued to pursue her stage career.

In 1999, March made her Broadway debut in the highly acclaimed production of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman, opposite Brian Dennehy. Her other career highlights include roles on the television series Early Edition and in the TV movie Since You’ve Been Gone.

Her biggest career success to date has been her role as Alexandra Cabot on the NBC crime drama Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, a role she played from 2000 to 2003. March reprised her role as Alexandra Cabot, now a Bureau Chief Executive ADA, on the short-lived NBC courtroom spin-off drama Conviction, which debuted in spring 2006. She returned to Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Alexandra Cabot in a six episode arc starting March 10, 2009 in its tenth season. She continued her role as Cabot during most of its eleventh season starting in the fifth episode. In July 2011 it was announced that March would return to the series as Alexandra Cabot alongside Diane Neal following a cast shake-up after Christopher Meloni's departure and Mariska Hargitay's role reduction. She returns for an unknown number of episodes in Season 13 of the hit series.

She has also appeared in the Chris Rock comedy Head of State and the Brad Pitt/Angelina Jolie vehicle Mr. & Mrs. Smith. March also appeared in a 2009 story arc on Rescue Me as a psychic.

March posed for Maxim Magazine in 2000 and also performed in the Broadway debut of Eric Bogosian's Talk Radio, starring Liev Schreiber, in 2007. She more recently also starred in Howard Korder's Boy's Life alongside Jason Biggs. She also played Cissy Hathaway in the TV movie Jesse Stone: Night Passage starring Tom Selleck.

March appeared in the 2009 film The Invention of Lying as the woman Ricky Gervais's character tells the world will end unless she has sex with him.

Additionally, March serves as a board member for Safe Horizon, an organization that provides support, prevents violence, and promotes justice for victims of crime and abuse.

 personal life
March lives in New York City. She married celebrity chef Bobby Flay in 2005. She has appeared on four of Flay's Food Network shows—Boy Meets Grill, Grill It! with Bobby Flay, Iron Chef America, and Throwdown with Bobby Flay—as a guest judge.

March became a celebrity ambassador to World of Children Awards in January 2010. She gave up her birthday to World of Children on July 23, 2010, to raise money for the non-profit.

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