A late start to acting


It’s never too late to reinvent yourself.

Stephanie is a French-American actress. She recently starred on ABC’s hit series A MILLION LITTLE THINGS as Delilah, and recurred as Nora Conte, in David E. Kelley’s THE CALLING for Peacock.

Szostak never thought of becoming an actress, she left her native France to pursue her studies at the College of William and Mary where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Marketing and played Varsity Golf. Upon graduating college, she landed a job in marketing at Chanel in New York City that eventually led to a modeling career at 26-years-old.

A late start on the acting scene

"I took my first acting class when I was 29 years old. It was a theatre class in NYC. It was there that I realized acting was my passion and I knew I had to do this because for the first time in my life, while pretending to be someone else, I felt more like myself than I ever had, I felt ALIVE, connected to all of me, including pieces I’d buried a long time ago."

The outcome isn’t in our control.

As important as it is for the “Hits” to be celebrated, they don’t define us… and neither do the “misses”. All we can do is show up prepared and be ready to play!

On the set

Stephanie has played many roles on film and television over the past decade. Here’s a few of her most memorable moments.

Ask me anything …

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