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Stephanie Zimbalist


Stephanie Zimbalist is a multifaceted actress who has performed in television, movies and theater. She has starred in over 30 television movies, including the miniseries Centennial, and appeared in Caroline? for Hallmark on CBS, which won three Emmys and earned her a Golden Globe nomination. For five seasons, Zimbalist played “Laura Holt” in Remington Steele with Pierce Brosnan. On the big screen, she was Jimmy Stewart’s last leading lady and starred in The Awakening with Charlton Heston.

For many decades, Stephanie has trod the theatrical boards, including “The Tempest” with Anthony Hopkins, the National Theatre tour of “My One and Only” with Tommy Tune, “The Cherry Orchard” with Alfred Molina and the Los Angeles premiere of Pete Gurney’s “Sylvia.”

Stephanie and her brother, Skip, come from a distinguished family. Their beloved grandfather Efrem Zimbalist was a towering violin virtuoso and teacher at the Curtis Institute of Music; their grandmother Alma Gluck was the great soprano of her era and the first person to sell a million records; their aunt Marcia Davenport was a brilliant historical writer and novelist; and their treasured father, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., was a prize-winning Broadway producer, gifted composer and celebrated actor, beloved for his two series, 77 Sunset Strip and The F.B.I.