|Full Name||Stephanie Caroline March|
|Ethnicity||Caucasian-White ( Irish, English, Dutch and German ancestry)|
|Birth City||Dallas, Texas|
|Birth Country||The U.S.A|
|Father Name||John March|
|Mother Name||Laura March|
|Spouse||American businessman Dan Benton|
|Sibilings||Charlotte March (Sister)|
|Filmography||Law And Order Special Victim Unit|
|Education||Northwestern University Graduate Batch-1996|
|Date of Birth||July 23,1974|
|Married Date||September 1,2016|
Stephanie Caroline March is an American actress known for her role in the long-running NBC series, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as New York Assistant DA Alexandra Cabot.
She was appointed as a CO-executive producer for a T.V. comedy series The Social Ones in 2019.
Likewise, she also appeared in Brad Pitt, and Angelina Jolly stared "Mr. & Mrs. Smith," "The Invention of Lying," "Conviction," "Rescue Me," "Happy Ending," and many others.
Stephanie Caroline was born on July 23, 1974, in Dallas, Texas, USA, March is of Irish, English, Dutch and German ancestry.
March has a sibling sister, Charlotte, who was raised along with Stephanie in Dallas, Texas as the eldest daughter of John and Laura March.
Growing up, he attended McCulloch Middle School in Highland Park and later moved to the Highland Park High School, where Angie Harmon from Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, studied around the same time.
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Her mom married Robert Derby; she split from Stephanie's father. Then, March graduated from Northwestern University in 1996, where she was a member of the fraternity of Kappa Alpha Theta.
Stephanie started her career as an actor right from her college days as a stage actress.
She found her television premiere in Early Edition in 1997 as Arlene. Shortly after that, she became an integral part of the hit NBC series Law & Order, the ADA Alexandra Cabot: Special Victim Unit.
She also starred in a couple of renowned shows like Grey's Anatomy, Rescue Me, Happy Endings, and Made in Jersey alongside her 12 years in the famous Law & Order series from 2000 to 2012.
She then turned towards big screens and debuted in 2000s movie as Miss Forsythe in Death of a Salesman.
After a few years, the 43-year-old actress also portrayed a role in the famous movie, Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Additionally, she also was cast in The Invention of Lying, and Why Stop Now? &, in Innocence released in 2013.
She was a regular cast on the short-lived legal comedy-drama of CBS, Made in Jersey released in 2012, but left the series after it failed to gain the audience's attention.
We heard a couple of cheating allegations pulled by the law and order actress on her ex-husband Bobby Flay back when Stephanie had filed for a divorce. Bobby allegedly cheated on her, but after her Divorce, with former husband Flay, she has stayed away from media harm's way.
On February 20, 2005, March had married the famous chef Bobby Flay. She also has been featured on Flay Network shows Boy Meets Grill, Grill It! Grill It! As a guest judge, with Bobby Flay, Iron Chef America, and Bobby Flay Throwdown.
March and Flaywere rumored to be having some problems in their relationship in 2014 and proving the speculations right, that eventually split in March 2015, and their Divorce was settled on July 17, 2015, according to media reports.
On September 1, 2016, March re-gained her trust in men and married American businessman Dan Benton in Akhnaton Hall, New York. The couple lives a sound and happy life together.
March's current husband is an American business investor, and he is filthy rich. As per Mail online, March, on January of 2018, bought a $34.6 million worth penthouse with a basketball court and golf simulator and a movie theater.
So, hopefully, she is doing well in her acting career. Not only that, but she also receives $300,000 per episode of her show Law and Order.
The show is America's one of the most favorite T.V. shows, and as of 2019's data, her net worth is reportedly over $8 million marks.
She is an honorary celebrity ambassador for World of Children awards and works for the non-profit organization working for the betterment of American children. In January 2010, March became a famous ambassador to the World of Children Awards.
She served as a board member for Safe Horizon, a crime victim and abuse advocacy organization. March is a women's rights advocate and a Planned Parenthood supporter.
March has also written a report on her experience of breast augmentation in 2014, where she talks about the removal of infectious implants. The story was released in June 2016.
March has maintained a beautiful figure which measures 36-27-38 (bust, waist, & Hips), respectively.
Additionally, she is 5 feet and 9½ inches, which is around 177 cm in height, and her shoe size is 9.5 (U.S.).