Stephanie's favorite dish is biscuits and gravy and peaches are her favorite fruit.
Stephanie made her Broadway debut in 1999, in the highly acclaimed production of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman, opposite Brian Dennehy.
Stephanie March appeared on Broadway in Eric Bogosian's Talk Radio, which ran from March 11, 2007 to June 24, 2007, at the Longacre Theater in New York City.
Stephanie starred as Kay in the 2006 romantic comedy East Broadway .
In 2006, Stephanie was in a TV movie Jesse Stone: Night Passage as Cissy Hathaway.
In 2006, Stephanie appeared in the romantic comedy The Treatment.
Stephanie starred in Mr. and Mrs. Smith in 2005, as Julie.
In 2005, Stephanie starred as Cathy in a romantic movie, Flannel Pajamas.
Stephanie appeared as Kim in Focus Room, a short comedy, in 2003.
In 2000, Stephanie starred in a made for TV version of Death of a Salesman as Miss Forsythe.
Peaches are reportedly Stephanie's favorite fruit.
Stephanie played Nikki in the 2003 comedy Head of State.
Stephanie is 5ft 9in (175 cm) tall.
Stephanie is of German, Irish, and English heritage.
Stephanie became the first Law & Order actress to become a major character in a show outside of the Law & Order franchise after being a member of a Law & Order: Special Victims Unit series when she reprised her role of Alexandra Cabot on Conviction (Richard Belzer was a member of Homicide before coming to Law & Order: Special Victims Unit).
If Stephanie had not pursued her career in acting she stated she would have made a career in foreign policy or would have followed a path that lead to the United Nations as a foreign diplomat.
Among Stephanie's favorite pastimes are reading, yoga, dancing, swimming and traveling in her free time.
As of 2006, Stephanie lives in New York.
Playing herself, Stephanie appeared on HBO First Look in the episode Head of State on March 2003.
Stephanie made a special appearance on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit resuming her role as Alex for one episode on February 22, 2005.
Good Housekeeping did a pictorial on Stephanie titled Law and Order: Special Dress Unit in October 2001.
Barbara Stepko did a pictorial in In Style featuring Stephanie in March 2003.
A pictorial was done by Katie O'Kennedy, in Bon Appetit magazine in June of 2004 about Stephanie called Entertaining in Style: Cue with a View.
In June 2002, Holly Eagleson wrote an article called How I Work Out: The Lady and The Tramp in Self magazine on Stephanie.
In Style Weddings Issue wrote an article on Stephanie called Party of Two in 2004.
Beauty Fashion published an article in their August 2004 issue on Stephanie called The Scent of Celebrity.
Glow Magazine, of Canada, did an interview and wrote an article on Stephanie called Stephanie's Law. The article was written by Li Rohins.
TV Guide conducted an interview with Stephanie which featured in an article called Law and Order: Babe Returning?. This article appeared in the March 5, 2004 edition.
Stephanie then did another interview in TV Guide with Michael Ausiello which appeared on March 13, 2004.
Stephanie attended the same high school as Angie Harmon. Stephanie was a sophomore while Angie was a senior.
Stephanie got engaged to Bobby Flay who is a renowned chef. Bobby proposed to Stephanie while they were skating at the Rockefeller Center on December 19, 2003. The pair married on February 20, 2005. Bobby's daughter was a junior Bridesmaid in their wedding. Stephanie's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit co-star, Mariska Hargitay, who introduced the couple, was a guest at their wedding.
Stephanie March: I eat out two nights in a typical week. There are probably three nights that I eat raisins, cocktails, olives and Goldfish, which is what we have in the apartment.
Stephanie March: (on her guilty food pleasure) The double jalapeno cheeseburger from the Sonic Drive-in in Texas is insanely good. It's so greasy and gooey with cheese and peppers, and they serve it with tater tots.
Stephanie March: (on research for Law & Order: Special Victims Unit) On SVU, I was able to talk to a woman named Linda Fairstein, who headed the sex crimes unit in Manhattan. Since then, we've had a rotating group of real-life ADAs who come to the set, and it's been enormously helpful. Their stories are just as exciting and bizarre as anything we do on TV, but they're not getting paid as much. I don't know how they do it.
Stephanie March: (on resuming the role of her Law & Order: Special Victims Unit character, Alex Cabot, on Conviction) It's a very different show than Law & Order, so it's really fun to get to bring back this character, who I'm very fond of. I always had ideas about what she'd do in her personal life, so now I really get to explore that. She's definitely single, and on the show she hooks up with a couple of people—costars and guest stars.
Stephanie March: (on leaving Law & Order) I want to be certain to emphasize that I have zero complaints about Law & Order. It was a fantastic work experience and I really miss the people quite a bit. But, you know, you get to a point where you feel like, as a character, you kind of said everything you can say. And then it becomes quite redundant. It was my first on-camera job after college. I got really lucky and I thought, I just have to do a couple of more things before I get too comfortable. Perhaps all I need is a long break.
Stephanie March: (on being a part of the Law & Order team) I feel so fortunate to be a part of such a creative and dynamic team, both in front of and behind the cameras.