She was born on October 8, 1956 in New York City, US.
Stephanie’s paternal grandfather Efrem Zimbalist was a world renowned pianist and composer, while her paternal grandmother Alma Gluck, was a famous soprano of her time.
Born: 8-Oct-1956Birthplace: New York City Gender: Female Religion: Jewish Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: Actor Party Affiliation: Republican Nationality: United States Executive summary: Remington Steele Stephanie Zimbalist comes from a long-time famous family.
Her grandparents were violin virtuoso Efrem Zimbalist and turn-of-the-19th-century opera superstar Alma Gluck.
She started opposite Pierce Brosnan in the hit TV series that ran successfully from 1982 to 1987.
Stephanie has also acted in other TV serials like Caroline, The Great Elephant Escape and The Man in the Brown Suit.
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