Originally from Sydney, Stefanie graduated in 2016 from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) with a Bachelor of Music Theatre. During her time at WAAPA, Stefanie played the title role in The Drowsy Chaperone, Bridget in Bring it On the Musical and featured in the Australian Premiere of The Beautiful Game. She was awarded the Effie Crump Award in 2014 and the Leslie Anderson Showcase Award in 2016.
In 2017 Stefanie made her professional stage debut in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, playing the role of Betty and understudying the role of Carole King.
Soon to be seen by Sydney audiences as The Girl in ONCE (Darlinghurst Theatre Company), most recently Stefanie had the thrill of playing Eve Harrington opposite Caroline O’Connor in Applause (Neglected Musicals), also appearing with the same company last year as Agnes in Meet Me in St Louis. Stefanie also had the joy of appearing alongside Luke Kennedy and Naomi Price in their 2018 productions of Christmas Actually and From Johnny To Jack (The Little Red Co).
In 2017, Stefanie was a finalist in the Rob Guest Endowment competition, winning the Melbourne East End Theatre District Award.
Stefanie’s screen credits include the role of Shannon in the TV Series Fighting Season (Foxtel) and Courtney in Ben Elton’s feature film Three Summers.