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Stephanie Kurtzuba

Stephanie Kurtzuba is an actor/producer and mom based in NYC. As an actress, she has been directed by Martin Scorsese, Sam Mendes, Stephen Daldry, Sir Richard Eyre, and Phylicia Rashad. She has shared the screen with the legendary talents of Robert De Niro, Leonardo DiCaprio, Al Pacino, and Hugh Jackman. Stephanie played the role of Kimmie Blelzer in The Wolf of Wall Street and Irene Sheeran in the upcoming Netflix film, The Irishman. For Stephen Daldry, she appeared in on film in Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close and on Broadway in Billy Elliot. Other film credits include Annie and Away We Go. On television, she recurred in the mini-series WacoThe Good Wife, and The Leftovers. Her many guest appearances include The Good CopBull, Chicago PD, Law & Order SVU and Elementary. In addition to Billy Elliot, Stephanie appeared on Broadway in Mary Poppins and The Boy From Oz, and off-Broadway in Bat Boy and A Mother, A Daughter and A Gun opposite Olympia Dukakis.

Stephanie co-created and Executive Produced the original series Mother Judger for, which reaches an audience of over 20 million people a month. Stephanie is also producing and starring in the comedic drama series, Blunt.