For many fans, the image of fair-haired actress Stephanie March includes a pair of black horn-rimmed glasses, which she wore for the role of Assistant District Attorney Alexandra Cabot on the series Law & Order: SVU. The role was one of the Texas native's first TV gigs, and she remained with the series from 2000 to 2004, then rejoined the series in 2009. March made her Broadway debut opposite Brian Dennehy in Death of a Salesman, and later appeared in a filmed version of the show. She also appeared in a number of other projects, like the Angelina Jolie spy movie Mr. and Mrs. Smith, before reprising the role of Alexandra Cabot for the Law & Order spinoff Conviction. March continued to make memorable guest appearances in shows like Grey's Anatomy, 30 Rock and Happy Endings. She had a supporting role in the film Innocence in 2014.
Biography by Cammila Collar
- First professional audition led to a role as Helena in a Chicago production of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
- Made her Broadway debut in 1999 opposite Brian Dennehy in Death of a Salesman.
- Reprised her role as ADA Alexandra Cabot from Law & Order: Special Victims Unit on Conviction.
- Serves as an ambassador for the charity World of Children.