Born in Kalamazoo, MI and raised in Northern California, Stephanie’s made a name for herself as a voice actor. After graduating UCLA, she took a job as a producer to pay the bills while she pursued her acting career. She’s learned everything from creating licensing agreements and budgets to writing ADR and subtitle scripts. When the opportunity arose to change her focus to acting she jumped at it.
Stephanie has recorded radio spots for US Cellular and was thrilled to record an episode of Scooby Doo. AndEven though, Stephanie got her start doing voiceover for anime (Naruto, Bleach, Eureka 7, FLCL, Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya...) she can be heard in many videogames like Bioshock 2, Aion, True Crime, Devil May Cry 4, and she is the current voice of Rebecca Chambers for the Resident Evil franchise. Beyond using her voice, Stephanie was flown to Japan to motion capture the role of
Cereza in Sega’s Bayonetta. She has also worked as a voiceover director for games such as Resident Evil 5, Resident Evil: Darkside Chronicles, and Castlevania: Judgement.
In addition to voiceover, Stephanie has begun pursuing an on-camera acting career. She’s appeared several times on G4’s Attack of the Show as mini Olivia Munn and shot an ABC pilot with Damon Wayans and Jane Lynch.
Stephanie also has quite a few skills behind the scenes. She has worked as a recording engineer and voice director. Her first passion, however, remains acting. In college, she
was the Film&TV editor for the Daily Bruin, where she reviewed movies and interviewed celebrities. She dabbled as a freelance entertainment journalist before transitioning to producing. She keeps up her writing chops by adapting graphic novels and ADR scripts, such as Transformers: Cybertron.
She is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and can get by in Tawainese. She has also studied Japanese and Spanish.