Stefanie Black
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Stefanie Black is an actor, writer, and director originally from Allentown, PA. She is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Playwrights Horizons Theater School, an alumna of The Williamstown Theater Festival and American Conservatory Theater (ACT). She is a founding member and Co-Artistic Director of the Ovation Award Winning, IAMA Theatre Company. As a director, her first feature film, “Wild Man,” which she co-wrote and co-directed will be theatrically released summer of 2018 by North Of Two. Her short films have played festivals all over the United States and Canada and she directed the 2017 ABC Discovers Talent Showcase in Los Angeles. As a writer, she was a semi-finalist for the NBC Comedy Playground. Stefanie currently has several projects in development for television and film. As an actor, she has recurred on such shows as SCANDAL (ABC), MAKING HISTORY(FOX), HOUSE OF LIES (SHOWTIME) and HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER (CBS); as well as appeared on THIS IS US(NBC), CASUAL (HULU), GREY’S ANATOMY (ABC), BONES (FOX), MIKE AND MOLLY(CBS), PRIVATE PRACTICE (ABC), RIZZOLI AND ISLES (TNT), and many others. Stefanie sits on the Next-Gen Board for The Young Storytellers Foundation, a mentor program, which promotes literacy through storytelling in the Los Angeles public school system. She has also been a mentor with the program for the past 7 years. She resides in Los Angeles, CA.