Stephanie Sy is a Filipino-Canadian actress and theatre artist. She is famous for her work in the TV series ‘Nikola Tesla and the End of the World’ (2019) and the film ‘Welcome to Sudden Death’ (2020).
Stephanie Sy was born on July 17, in Winnipeg, Canada.
She graduated with a degree in theatre and film from the University of Winnipeg.
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Black
Family & Ethnicity
She was born to Juanito Sy and Rose Chi. She has two elder sisters named Jacqaline Rayne SY and Christina Grace Sy, and a brother named Jsy, who is a singer.
She is in a relationship with a cinematographer named Matt Schween.
As a Theatre Artist
Stephanie started her acting career working as a theatre artist for Fantasy Theatre for Childen in Winnipeg, Canada. In Winnipeg, she worked for many theatre companies including PTE, Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre, Rainbow Stage, Winnipeg Jewish Theatre, Manitoba Theatre for Young People, Dry Cold Productions, where she performed in the plays such as Prairie Nurse, Romeo & Juliet, Beauty and the Beast, Tribes, James and the Giant Peach, and Little Women.
Not only has she performed in Winnipeg, but she has also toured in all of North America and gave performances at Persephone Theatre, Segal Theatre, Globe Theatre, and Musical Stage Company, acting in the plays such as Next to Normal, Prom Queen the Musical, and The Little Mermaid.
Film & Television
In 2008, she made her film debut as a ‘dancer’ with ‘Another Cinderella Story.’
She made her Canadian film debut in an uncredited role with FMA Weekly (2011). Stephanie has acted in the American and Canadian films: When the World Was Flat (2015), Breakthrough (2019), Welcome to Sudden Death (2020), and Nobody (2021). She has also acted in the TV films such as Girl Vs. Monster (2012), A Christmas in Tennessee (2018), The Perfect Match (2019), Radio Christmas (2019), and Amazing Winter Romance (2020). She made her television debut with the series ‘Tayo, the Little Bus’ (2010) as ‘Red TT.’
She was also a part of the TV series: Hellcats (2010-11), Todd and the Book of Pure Evil (2012), Colour of Scar Tissue (2018), Nickol Tesla and the End of the World (2019), Tales from the Loop (2020), and Woke (2020).
- She loves dogs and has two pet dogs named Billie Girl and Punch Pancake.
- She is also a costume designer and has designed attires for the short films Platypus (2017) and Moth (2019).
- Apart from being an actress and theatre artist, she also teaches at a musical theatre workshop called ‘Broadway Dance Convention,’ The institute is situated in Winnipeg and provides classes in acting, dance, and vocals.
- She is a huge fan of Nancy Drake and Katharine Hepburn and aspired to be like them since her childhood.