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Stephanie is happy to report that GRATITUDE JAR TIME CAPSULE was selected for the 2020 Pittsburgh Shorts Film Festival and the Atlanta Comedy Film Festival.
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- Stephanie is shooting the short FAULTLESS this spring. Directed by Barry Heins and written by Catherine Butterfield.
- Stephanie recently shot the role of PAULA for the indie film GOD IS AN ASTRONAUT, directed by Bailey Kobe.
- Stephanie’s pilot, created with collaborator Deb Hiett, won Best Comedy Television Pilot of 2020 at the Atlanta Comedy Film Festival!
- Binge watch all THERAPY WITH PAMI episodes here!
- Stephanie shot the role of “Dr Lott” on LA’S FINEST this November.
- Stephanie won BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS at the Chelsea Film Festival in NYC for her performance as "Catherine" in the indie film, RAG DOLL.
- Stephanie won BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS for her role in the indie film RAG DOLL at the Golden Door Film Festival.
- Stephanie will be playing the role of “Phyllis Rathbun” in the film THE LITTLE THINGS with Denzel Washington, directed by John Lee Hancock.
- Stephanie is nominated for BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS by the Philadelphia Independent Film Festival for her performance in RAG DOLL.
- Stephanie and her fellow castmembers won BEST ENSEMBLE for their performances in RAG DOLL by the Queens World Film Festival.
- Stephanie shot the role of “Miranda Filson” on Fox’s 9-1-1.
- Stephanie has received an Ovation Award Nomination for her performance as “Shirley” in THROUGH THE EYE OF THE NEEDLE at The Road Theatre.
- Stephanie is shooting the role of NANCY ALLENDALE in the independent feature “Into Thin Air” in November.
- Please check out Stephanie having some fun on Critcially Yours, Regan Burns here!
- Stephanie has received a SCENIE award for OUTSTANDING FEATURED ACTRESS IN A COMEDY-DRAMA for the role of “SHIRLEY” in THROUGH THE EYE OF A NEEDLE.
- Stephanie will be shooting the guest star role of “Louise” on the sitcom MOM this summer.
- Stephanie shot the role of "Isobel" on the FX show Snowfall.
- Stephanie shot the role of “Michelle” on Grace and Frankie.
- Stephanie shot the role of “Elaine” on the CBS sitcom Superior Donuts
- Stephanie has finished shooting the lead role of "Catherine" in the independent film, RAG DOLL.
- "Stephanie is a wonderful actress who can deliver the funny and then bring you to tears... she's got it all." --- Mary Lou Belli, two time Emmy-winning director and author of many classic sitcom and directing books.
- Stephanie can be seen in CNN's The History of Comedy as Ms. Yeats on Freaks and Geeks.
- Follow Stephanie on Twitter @Erbness
- Stephanie appeared in a short film, The Whistler, which received an outstanding review from Cool Ass Cinema. This film featured the music of her late father, Donald Erb, a renowned classical composer.
- Stephanie shot the film DEADLY EXPOSÉ, in the role of CEO Dylan Berkis.
- VIV AND KEEKS, a TV pilot penned by Stephanie and her writing partner Annie Abrams, has made it to the semi-finals of the PAGE International Screenwriting Competition so far!
- Stephanie guest starred role of DDA Amanda Scones on BOSCH. As per Stephanie, “Well, my mom always wanted me to be a lawyer.” :)
- This summer, Stephanie guest starred on MURDER IN THE FIRST as Union Rep Drew Harris.
- Stephanie shot the role of Molly Layne on NCIS: NEW ORLEANS.
- Take a listen to Stephanie on the GRANTCAST - talking about creativity and inspiration!
- Check out VIV AND KEEKS on YouTube! Written and produced by Stephanie Erb and Annie Abrams. Share and subscribe if you like!
- Stephanie recurred as Helen Miller on RAY DONOVAN .
- Stephanie won BEST ACTRESS in a COMEDY from the ROME WEB AWARDS… once again, for her performance as Flip in FLIP AND GLIB. Check it out at filpandglib.com
- Stephanie was awarded Outstanding Lead Actress in a Web Comedy series for the role of Flip in FLIP AND GLIB by the LAWebFest. Please watch at filpandglib.com.
- Stephanie won an Award for Excellence for Lead Actress in webseries, FLIP AND GLIB, directed by Mark L. Taylor, and written by Richard Martin Hirsch, Coffeehouse Productions. www.accoladecompetition.org