Stephanie recently appeared as 'Cynthia Weil' in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (Aldwych Theatre, West End).
Stephanie is an Irish actor/vocalist/voiceover. She trained at Trinity College in her hometown of Dublin.
Following her recurring role of 'Aisling' in Ireland's longest running TV soap Fair City, Stephanie's career
expanded into the Irish theatre scene before propelling her into London's West End. Stephanie made her West
End debut performing the role of 'Natalie' in the original cast of The Commitments, directed by Jamie Lloyd.
Other theatre credits include Close To You: Bacharach Reimagined (Criterion Theatre); What's It All About?:
Bacharach Reimagined (Menier Chocolate Factory); Jacques Brel Is Alive And Well And Living In Paris
(Gate Theatre, Dublin), Improbable Frequency, Cinderella (Gaiety Theatre, Dublin); Anglo: The Musical
(Bord Gais Theatre & Olympia Theatre, Dublin); The Life And Sort Of Death Of Eric Argyle (Edinburgh/
Dublin Fringe Festival 2012); The Wizard Of Oz (The Helix, Dublin); A Midsummer Night's Dream (Trinity
Rose Garden/Gawsworth Hall, UK)
Stephanie has worked as a vocalist with a number of musicians/composers, including Burt Bacharach,
Westlife, Bill Whelan (Riverdance), Mike Scott (The Waterboys) and Conor Linehan. She features as a guest
soloist on the the self-titled debut album by Niall O'Sullivan, which reached number 1 in the Irish Classical
iTunes charts and the top ten in other European countries. Boasting great versatility of vocal styles - from
pop/rock and soul to musical theatre/ballad - Stephanie has performed on TV shows including The Late Late
Show, Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway, This Morning, The One Show and Children in Need. Some
other highlights to date include performing to Tom Jones, Patrick Stewart, Elaine Paige, Randy Bachman,
Bill Bailey, Tim Minchin, Michael Bloomberg and President Mary McAleese.
Stephanie features prominently on the Original West End Cast recording of Close To You: Bacharach
Reimagined. Also, Stephanie's recent recording of She Used To Be Mine (from Waitress) received high praise
from Elaine Paige who has played it on her popular BBC Radio 2 show.