A graduate of T. Schreiber Studio & Theatre, I most recently wrote, produced and starred in five plays in various theaters throughout NYC. My original short film 'Ladies Night' continues to circulate the film festival circuit having already been screened at the New York Independent Film Festival, Newfilmmakers New York Film Fest, and Big Apple Film Festival at Tribeca Cinemas. I am currently in post-production for ‘Sleeping With Earrings On,’ the adapted short film version of the award-winning play that I wrote, produced and starred in after completing a successful crowdfunding campaign on Seed&Spark. www.stephanieiscovitz.com.
Name: Stephanie Iscovitz
Lives in: New York City, New York
Occupation: Actor, Assistant Director, Producer, Production Assistant and Screenwriter
Sleeping With Earrings On
Film (short) by Jaclyn Gramigna (Drama, Family and Romance) Actress, Writer, Producer Maggie's marrying the love of her life but will her family's disapproval deter the union?
Film (short) by Humberto Guzman Actress, Writer, Producer In a case of catslaughter, everyone's a suspect.
Film by Lukas Raphael (Drama) Actress Gabe (Lukas Raphael) is in his late twenties, in a relationship he thinks is working well, runs a Bookstore and is vaguely creative. His life is fairly uneventful until Chloë (Carolina Perez), his career focused girlfriend breaks up with him and goes back to her successful ex, Emile (Daniel De Lange). To make matters worse, Chloë and her best friend Steph (Andrea Boehlke) is part of the circle of friends from college, which tries to navigate this new rift in the group. With a mixture of drinking and playing Poker, Luke (Joe Mullen), Olly (Alexis Smith) and Jack (Peter John Wallace) try to get Gabe to move on, and Fitz (Jonathan Eric Forster) his eccentric co-worker introduces him to online dating. Too much choice, too many weird dates, a train-wreck night with Sam (Gina Vitori) and one slightly mad foreign Artist, Alice (Daphne Di Cinto), Gabe tries to figure out what he really wants in life, while Chloë makes a dramatic choice for 'stablity', and some friends reveal a secret that ... Written by Lukas Raphael
Two Many Moms
Television (Comedy) Actress "Two Many Moms" explores unconventional family dynamics and relationships in a heartwarming comedy about how to deal with growing up ... for not only the 8-year-old boy, but also for the adults in his life.
The Cat Lady Support Group
Film (short) by Darin Quan (Comedy) Actress There's a fine line between supporting your crazy, cat loving best friend and enabling her.
Television (Comedy) Actress Audrey and Corinne have kept their friendship alive through the years with constant Skype sessions, mailing care packages, and traveling to see each other every spring and winter break in college. Before then it was summers and holidays. Before that, their mothers just stuck them in a playpen and hoped they would like each other. It worked. With a college education under their belts, the pact was in motion- to move to New York and be each other's live-in support system. Being that they both always dreamed of an acting career, this seemed like the absolute perfect life plan. But surprisingly, these two very, very different ladies- through the eyes of the industry - are quite the same. Audrey is like a tall glass of water, with the temperament of one, too. Corinne is a box of fireworks sitting dangerously close to a rapidly approaching fire. Dumbfounded as they are, they keep running into each other at auditions. But that's okay, you just get home and call your best friend to vent about... Written by Celine Dayan-Bonilla
Film (short) by Corey Scott Rutledge (Comedy and Romance) Actress, Writer, Producer Sometimes breaking the cycle is harder than you thought.
The Shorts Show
Television by Corey Scott Rutledge (Comedy) Actress
Television (Crime) Actress
JT vs. the Good Guys
Film (short) by Chris Shimojima (Action, Drama and Sport) Actress A portrait of youth through the eyes of the high school bully.
Winner of the 2014 New York New Works Theater Festival
The People's Improv Theater
T. Schreiber Studio