Stephanie Caroline March was born on 23 July 1974, in Dallas, Texas USA, of Irish, Dutch, German and English ancestry. Stephanie is an actress best known for portraying Alexandra Cabot in the long-running series,“Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”. She’s also made appearances in films and television shows like “Mr. & Mrs. Smith”, and “30 Rock”. Her acting performances have raised her net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Stephanie March? Sources tell us of her net worth that is at $10 million as of early 2016, mostly earned through a successful acting career on television and in film. She’s also had a bit of success on the stage in various theatre productions. As her career continues, it is expected that her wealth will also steadily increase.
Stephanie March Net Worth $10 Million
March discovered her passion for acting in high school, where she began performing in stage plays at Highland Park High School, a school also attended by Angie Harmon from “Law & Order”. She graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in Theater & Hispanic Studies in 1996. While studying, she played the character Helena in Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, and immediately afterwards in 1997, she found an opportunity to act on television in the CBS series “Early Edition”. Two years later, she moved to New York and started a Broadway career, in popular plays like “Death of a Salesman”, “Talk Radio”, and “Boy’s Life”. This was the real start of her net worth.
In the year 2000, she was cast to play the Assistant District Attorney Cabot in TV’s “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”. She went on to become a main cast member, and then a recurring cast member until 2003. I that year, she made her film debut in “Head of State” alongside Chris Rock. She also made a film with Ricky Gervais – “The Invention of Lying”. On television, she had guest appearances in series like “Grey’s Anatomy”, “Rescue Me”, and “Happy Endings”.
Aside from acting, Stephanie also finds herself busy with numerous philanthropic works. She became an ambassador to the World of Children Awards during 2010, and became a board member for Safe Horizon, which focuses on helping victims of abuse and crime. Other than that, March has mentioned that she is an advocate for women’s rights and is a supporter of Planned Parenthood.
In her personal life, Stephanie was married to celebrity chef Bobby Flay from 2005 to 2015. During this time, she made appearances in Bobby’s shows like “Boy Meets Grill” and “Throwdown with Bobby Flay”. Their divorce was finalized in early-2015 and it was suspected that Bobby was involved with a third party which ended the relationship; in fact many tabloids alleged that Bobby was meeting with other women during the course of their marriage. While the former couple has stated that they’d rather keep most of the details secret, according to some sources the couple may have split Bobby Flay’s net worth as a result of the divorce. If that was the case then Stephanie may have increased her net worth even further.
Her husband of 10 years Bobby Flay filed for divorce from her following a 3-week-long separation. [April 2015]
Separated from her husband of 10 years Bobby Flay. [March 2015]
In Talk Radio! on Broadway, which runs until June 24, 2007. [March 2007]
She became a celebrity ambassador for World of Children. .
She gave up her birthday to World of Children on July 23, 2010 to raise money for the non-profit.
Stepdaughter of Bob Derby.
She attended Highland Park High School in Dallas, the same high school Angie Harmon (of the original Law & Order) attended.
She has German, Dutch, Irish and English ancestry.
Daughter of John Abe March IV and wife Laura Len Irwin and sister of Charlotte March.
Favorite dish is biscuits and gravy.
Graduated from Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois.
Made her Broadway Debut in 1999 in Death of a Salesman as Miss Forsythe.
Stepmother of her husband's, Bobby Flay, daughter, Sophie Flay, from a previous marriage.
Married to chef Bobby Flay. He proposed to her while they were ice skating at Rockefeller Center on December 19, 2003.
Graduated from the School of Speech (now School of Communication) at Northwestern University, where she majored in Theater and Hispanic Studies.
Attended the same high school, Highland Park High School in Dallas, as Angie Harmon. She was a sophomore when Ms. Harmon was a senior.
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