Best recognized for her role on the TV series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Stephanie March is an American actress for the television, stage and films. She was born on the 23rd of July in the year 1974 as Stephanie Caroline March. She played the role of Alexandra Cabot on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999). She is also known for appearing in Mr. and Mrs. Smith (2005) and The Invention of Lying (2009), among others. She gave up her birthday to World of Children in 2010 and became the celebrity ambassador to the World Children Awards. She also serves on the board of Safe Horizon, is a supporter of Planned Parenthood and is a vocal advocate for women’s rights.

She was born in Dallas, Texas, Unites States, as the daughter to mother Laura Len (neé Irwin) and father John Abe March IV. She went to Highland Park High School and took part in college plays. She then attended the School of Speech which is now the School of Communication at Northwestern University, Illinois, Chicago. She graduated with a degree with major in Theater and Hispanic Studies. She was also a member of the sorority Kappa Alpha Theta. She is of Dutch, Irish, English and German descent.

In 1999, Stephanie made her Broadway debut as Miss Frosythe in Death of a Salesman, a production of Arthur Miller. She starred opposite Brian Dennehey and was highly acclaimed for the role. She has also done a commendable job in the TV movie Since You’ve Been Gone and TV series Early Edition. She has also appeared in Head of State, a comedy by Chris Rock, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Brad Pitt/Angelina Jolie vehicle and story arc Rescue Me. Her recent movies include Innocence (2013) and The Invention of Lying (2009). Her breakthrough role was undoubtedly of Alexandra Cabot on the NBC crime drama Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. She portrayed the role for three years from 2000 to 2003 and appeared in the series as a guest and later as a recurring character. Since then she has reprised her role and played the Bureau Chief ADA of the homicide bureau in the NBC courtroom drama Conviction. The show was cancelled after 13 episodes.

March is married to Bobby Flay. Her husband is a celebrity chef. The wedding took place on February 20, 2005. They had been dating for some time before he proposed her on December 19, 2003 while they were ice skating. The couple now resides in her home in New York City with her husband. From the looks of it, they are living a blissful life and divorce is definitely out of the way. She has no children and has not been pregnant yet.

The blonde beauty has a great acting ability along with a pretty face and stunning body. She has gorgeous body measurements of 36-25-34 inches, which shows that she has natural, full breasts, slim waist and narrow hips. She stands tall at the height of 5 feet and 9 and half inches and has the matching weight of 137 lbs. She was caught in an animal print bikini and there are numerous photos of her in it. Besides she has posed a few times in a bikini showing off her toned, exotic body and long legs. Her excellent work has garnered a large number of fans and followers. There are many Twitter accounts opened up in her name and it is hard to tell which one is authentic or if she actually has a Twitter account. Her recent and detailed bio is available in Wiki and the IMDb website. She has so much more to give to the industry and her fans would like to see more of her.