Stephanie March Bio, Age, Bobby Flay, Law and Order, Husband, Instagram

Stephanie March Biography

Stephanie March (Stephanie Caroline March) is an American actress best known for her role as New York Assistant DA Alexandra Cabot in the NBC series, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.

March attended McCulloch Middle School in Highland Park, and Highland Park High School. She then joined Northwestern University where she was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority and graduating in 1996.

Stephanie March Age

Stephanie Caroline March was born on 23 July 1974 in Dallas, Texas, U.S. She is 48 years old as of 2023.

Stephanie March Family

March was born to John and Laura March and has a sister Charlotte. Her parents divorced and her mother married Robert Derby.

Dan Benton | Husband | Stephanie March Married

She married businessman Dan Benton in Katonah, New York on September 1, 2017.

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Bobby Flay Stephanie March | Bobby Flay

She married television personality and celebrity chef Bobby Flay on February 20, 2005. March has appeared on four of Flay’s Food Network shows: Boy Meets Grill, Grill It! with Bobby Flay, Iron Chef America, and Throwdown with Bobby Flay as a guest judge.

The couple separated in March 2015 according to media reports and their divorce finalized on July 17, 2015.

Actress Stephanie March

March played Helena in A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Chicago at Northwestern University, where she continued to pursue her stage career. She made her screen debut in an episode of CBS series, Early Edition.

She moved to New York and made her Broadway debut in the highly acclaimed production of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, opposite Brian Dennehy in 1999. March later co-starred in the television film Death of a Salesman, based on the play.

March also performed in the Broadway premiere of Eric Bogosian’s Talk Radio, starring Liev Schreiber, in 2007.

She made her film debut with a supporting role in the political comedy Head of State opposite Chris Rock in 2003.

Law And Order | Stephanie March SVU

March played her role as Assistant District Attorney Alexandra Cabot on the NBC crime legal drama series, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, a role she played from 2000 to 2003. She then departed in the season 5 episode “Loss”, when Cabot is shot and placed in witness protection.

March returned to the series for a six-episode arc in season 10 and then continued as a main character in season 11. March also returned in season 13 as a recurring character after her departure near the end of season 11 and reprised her role once againg in an episode on the show’s nineteenth season.

Net Worth

The actress has an estimated net worth of $4 million.


March stands at a height of 1.77 m.

Stephanie March Surgery

March had breast augmentation surgery in 2014, and later removed the implants due to infection. She has written an essay about the experience and it was published in June 2016.

Stephanie March Movies and TV Shows

Stephanie March Movies






Natalie Crawford


Why Stop Now?



Confessions of a Shopaholic

Department Store Manager

The Invention of Lying



Falling for Grace

Kay Douglas


Flannel Pajamas


The Treatment


Copy That



Mr. and Mrs. Smith


Jesse Stone: Night Passage

Cissy Hathaway


Focus Room


Head of State



Death of a Salesman

Miss Forsythe

Stephanie March TV Shows





The President Show

Ivanka Trump


Neon Joe, Werewolf Hunter

Mayor Carol Blanton


Happy Endings

Brooke Kerkovich


Made in Jersey

Natalie Minka


Rescue Me



Grey’s Anatomy




Bureau Chief ADA Alexandra Cabot

30 Rock

Gretchen Thomas


Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

ADA Alexandra Cabot


Early Edition


Stephanie March Twitter

Stephanie March Instagram



Why did you start taking Physique 57 and what keeps you coming back?

Stephanie March: I started taking classes at Physique 57 after not exercising for nearly 6 months. I had few health scares starting with an emergency appendectomy last October and ending with surgery for endometriosis in December.

I needed to give my body time to heal and be quiet. When I was ready to tackle regular exercise again, I wanted to incorporate more toning, stretching, and core fitness into my routine. I was tired of pounding it out. I wanted something more elegant and lengthening.

Makeup Salon

You recently started a new business, Rouge NY, a makeup salon. Tell us more about the concept!

Stephanie March: My partner, Rebecca (Perkins), and I are so excited about Rouge! We met years ago on the set of Law & Order: SVU when Rebecca was head of the make-up department and I was in the cast.

I always received compliments on my make up when I left the set, and Rebecca and I wondered why every woman did not have access to good, professional makeup at an affordable price point. We decided we had to be the ones to give it to them.

We got really serious about launching Rouge just over 18 months ago, and after finding just the right location, and about 1 million city permits later, we opened in December. It’s been a lot of work, but Rebecca and I are so happy with the space, our talented artists, and our customers.

What is your quick post-workout makeup routine?

Stephanie March: Run over to Rouge! Not kidding. It’s only 2 blocks from the Spring Street studio. When I can’t do that, I spritz up with our Rouge Lavender Mist, dab on my L’Oreal Sublime Sun in spf 50, a little concealer, some Julie Hewitt cheekie in “Peachie” and a little Julie Hewitt lipstick in “LuLu.” I get my brows and lashes dyed (at Rouge, actually) so those are always sort of ready to go.

Makeup Tip

What is the #1 makeup tip you think every woman should know?

Stephanie March: There is a red lipstick for EVERYONE. It’s just a question of finding the right shade. Do not be afraid.

Your husband is celebrity chef, Bobby Flay. Does being married to a chef make it difficult to eat healthily on a regular basis?

Stephanie March: On the contrary, it makes it much, much easier. I don’t eat crap (processed food), I don’t eat when I am not hungry (there is always more food, don’t waste a meal on something you don’t really want). And I don’t diet. People really, really over think this stuff.

It’s not about whether or not you eat the grapefruit first or cut out all the bread. It’s about eating the good stuff, not too much of it at any one sitting, and getting on with your day. Everyone stop obsessing over food. It’s not the enemy.

Favorite Part

You are so well known for your role as Alexandra Cabot on Law and Order: SVU. What was your favorite part of being on the show?

Stephanie March: There are about 1,000 good things about my time on SVU, but if I had to isolate one I would say this: SVU took the shame of sexual violence and turned it on its head.

Our country started talking about women, health, violence, and empowerment in a way it did not do before that show. I will always have been a part of the beginning of that conversation, and I have carried that into philanthropic passion and activism in my personal life.

What is a fun fact someone might not know about you?

Stephanie March: I love sneezing, fried food, and BBC serialized television dramas.

I do not love lakes or lake houses (they are creepy), football, or Christmas. That stuff is overrated.

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