Stephanie Styles is an American actress known for her roles as ‘Katherine Plumber’ in the play Newsies (2014) and ‘Lois Lane/Bianca’ in the play Kiss Me, Kate (2019). She is also famous for her performance in the web series, Bonding (2019), and Zoey’s Extraordnary Playlist (2020).
Stephanie Noel Styles was born on Monday, October 7, 1991 (age 28 years; as in 2019) in Houston, Texas.
After seeing her interest in acting, her parents enrolled her at Humphreys School of Musical Theatre in Houston, Texas. She graduated summa cum laude from Episcopal High School in 2010 and also won Head of School Award from Headmaster Ned Smith. Stephanie did her BFA (Bachelors of Fine Arts) in Musical Theatre from the University of Michigan.
Height (approx.): 5′ 2″
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Green
Family & Ethnicity
Her father, John Styles, Jr. is a theatre and film producer. Her mother’s name is Bridget Styles.
She has a brother named John Henry.
Relationships & More
In 2015, she started dating the American actor, Casey Cott. However, in 2019, they were reported to have broken up.
Stephanie is often spotted with a man on her Instagram account, who is believed to be Stephanie’s love.
Stephanie is the godmother of a girl named Penelope.
When she was 6 years old, she gave her first performance on-stage in the play Scrooge at TUTS. In 2003, she was seen in the musical, The Sound of Music as ‘Louisa von Trapp’ at the U.S. National Tour. In 2014, she starred as ‘Katherine Plumber’ in Disney’s first North American Tour of the musical, Newsies. The next year, she abandoned the tour.
She has performed in many plays such as The Little Prince (2005), The Secret Garden (2006), Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson (2012), Kingdom Come (2016), Roman Holiday (2017), Kiss Me, Kate (2019), The Secret Garden, Into the Woods, and Oliver!. Stephanie made her film debut with The Submarine Kid (2015) as ‘Nurse.’
After this, she appeared in the films, Three Rivers (2018), Booksmart (2019), and Bombshell (2019). Her TV debut came with the series Glimpse (2018) in the episode Circuits in the role of ‘Evelyn.’
She has acted in the web series, Americal Vandal (2018), Bonding (2019), and Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist (2020).
Awards & Achievements
- Broadway.com Audience Awards for Favorite Breakthrough Performance (Female) for ‘Kiss Me, Kate’ in 2019
- Theatre World Awards for Outstanding Broadway or Off-Broadway Debut Performance for ‘Kiss Me, Kate’ in 2019
- Tommy Tune Award for Best Leading Actress for her role as ‘Janet van de Graaff ‘ in The Drowsy Chaperone in 2010
- Top 3 finalist for the National High School Musical Theatre Award in 2010
- Actresses: Kristin Chenoweth, Annaleigh Ashford, Kerry Butler, Jane Krakowski, Katie Finneran
- Theatre Director: Andrew Lloyd Webber
- Musicals: ‘Cabaret’ by Joe Masteroff, ‘Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street’ by Patrick Quentin and Stephen Sondheim, ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Richard Stilgoe, ‘Bat Boy: The Musical’ by Brian Flemming and Keythe Farley, ‘Starlight Express’ by Richard Stilgoe
- Film: Cats (2019)
- Fictional Characters: Arya, Daenerys, Margaery Tyrell, Belle, Rapunzel, Thumbelina
- In her leisure time, Stephanie likes traveling, reading, singing, and watching movies and television shows.
- Since her childhood, she is a huge fan of Disney movies. She is even a charter member of Disney’s official fan club D23.
- Stephanie loves dogs and talks about them often on her social media accounts. She even has a pet dog named Sadie.
- At the age of four, she was intrigued by the theatre when her parents took her to watch the play The Phantom of the Opera. Reminiscing about the moment, she said,
That’s not normally how this works, but we’ll see what we can do.” So I went two nights in a row, and the second day, I brought the Phantom a Beanie Baby — a ghost — because he’s the opera ghost. My mom was like, “I don’t know how we get the Phantom this Beanie Baby.” [But after the show], this man — his name was Brad Little — after playing the Phantom, took me and my parents backstage for an hour. He took me in the boat, showed me the prosthetics, all the mirror work, all the costumes. That night, my mom was like, “Hey, you know how you take, like, swim lessons? We can take, like, this lessons.”
- Stephanie won the English-Speaking Union Shakespeare Competition in 2010, which advanced to National Finals and performed at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City.