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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 23 July 1974Dallas, Texas, USA
Birth NameStephanie Caroline March
Height 5' 9½" (1.77 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Stephanie March was born on July 23, 1974 in Dallas, Texas, USA as Stephanie Caroline March. She is an actress, known for Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999) and The Invention of Lying (2009). She was previously married to Bobby Flay.

Spouse (1)

Bobby Flay (20 February 2005 - 17 July 2015) (divorced)

Trivia (15)

Attended the same high school, Highland Park High School in Dallas, as Angie Harmon. She was a sophomore when Ms. Harmon was a senior.
Graduated from the School of Speech (now School of Communication) at Northwestern University, where she majored in Theater and Hispanic Studies. [1996]
Married to chef Bobby Flay. He proposed to her while they were ice skating at Rockefeller Center on December 19, 2003.
Ex-stepmother of Sophie Flay, after marriage to Bobby Flay.
Made her Broadway debut in 1999 in Death of a Salesman as Miss Forsythe.
Graduated from Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois.
Favorite dish is biscuits and gravy.
Daughter of John Abe March IV and wife Laura Len Irwin and sister of Charlotte March.
She has German, Dutch, Irish and English ancestry.
She attended Highland Park High School in Dallas, the same high school Angie Harmon (of the original Law & Order) attended.
Stepdaughter of Bob Derby.
She gave up her birthday to World of Children on July 23, 2010, to raise money for the non-profit.
She became a celebrity ambassador for World of Children. [2010].
In Talk Radio! on Broadway, which runs until June 24, 2007. [March 2007]
Her husband of 10 years Bobby Flay filed for divorce from her following a 3-week-long separation. [April 2015]

Personal Quotes (2)

The most important thing a community can do is continually push the point, raise awareness, raise money and, above all, keep at it. Don't just turn a blind eye. Any society that doesn't take care of its weaker younger members is not one to be proud of.
I am thrilled to support World of Children and its superlative efforts to fund changemakers around the world. It's a great privilege to be associated with an organization that recognizes and funds those individuals really working in the trenches, and I look forward to being part of advancing positive change for children everywhere.

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