In time, she gave up packing glass to star in television movies, among them the Emmy Award-winning The Gathering (1977), Centennial (1978), The Golden Moment: An Olympic Love Story (1980) and Tomorrow's Child (1982), along with the occasional guest series role. Moving towards her theatre role, she appeared in the touring musical ‘My One and Only’ in which she played the role of Edith Herbert. She made her guest appearance in the television series ‘Family’ episode ‘Ballerina’ in 1979 in which she portrayed the role of Josephine “Josie” Collins. When they start with the tongue and the heavy lids, it looks so ridiculous. Stephanie Zimbalist has around 650 followers on Instagram, about 53 followers on Twitter, but she has hidden her Facebook followers. In 1989, she initiated a play to be written for her and Linda Purl, and directed by Jenny Sullivan - "The Baby Dance" by Jane Anderson - which they produced and starred in at the Pasadena Playhouse. Zimbalist is not married and has no boyfriend, today! Stephanie Zimbalist: Age(62), Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Stephanie Zimbalist: Education, School/College University, Stephanie Zimbalist: Professional Life and Career, Stephanie Zimbalist: Net Worth($3M), Income, Salary, Stephanie Zimbalist: Rumors and Controversy/Scandal, Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Body Size. A second tread on the L.A. boards under Jenny Sullivan's direction was the hilarious, tour de force turn as a nail-spitting media barracuda in the West Coast premiere of "AdWars" with the wonderful David Dukes (R.I.P. So, without wasting any further time, let’s get into the article. In addition, Zimbalist is also an author who wrote a book The Girls and Queen of the Underworld.Is the actress married? Stephanie Zimbalist made her early appearance in television and movies in ‘The Gathering’ in 1977, ‘The Magic of Lassie’ in 1978, The Awakening’ in 1980, etc. I guess that's been a blessing and a downfall. Efrem Zimbalist Sr., her beloved grandfather, was a celebrated violinist, composer, and gifted teacher and director of the Curtis Institute of Music. No, she is yet to get married.How much Zimbalist net worth? Born on 8 October 1956, in New York City, New York, United States of America, Stephanie is one of the hottest and happening actresses of the entertainment industry. Her body measurement is 34-25-35 inches and her bra size is 38B. Alma Gluck, her grandmother, was one of the great sopranos of her day. She was educated at the Marlborough School (Los Angeles) and graduated from Foxcroft School in Middleburg, Virginia. Stephanie Zimbalist is a member of the following lists: American television actors, California Republicans and 1956 births.. She says, “I will never marry the head of GM or be the wife of this big movie star. (1990) for Hallmark on CBS, which won three Emmys and earned her a Golden Globe nomination. As a very young amateur theatrical entrepreneur, she produced, wrote, and directed pieces in her little bedroom hallway, in the stable, and on neighbors' fireplace hearths, earning her the title, "the boss".But Stephanie's abiding love of theater was kindled at Brown Ledge Camp in Mallett's Bay, Vermont, where she acted, sang, and was nurtured in theater craft for six summers. It wasn't like I was an insider. Stephanie holds American citizenship but her ethnicity is unknown. Her aunt, Marcia Davenport, was a brilliant historical writer and novelist. To know more about birth facts, family, childhood, education, profession, awards, net worth, rumors, body measurements and social media profile of Peggy Lipton, Cynthia Gibb, and Olivia Sanabia, please click on the link. Unfortunately, her sister, Nancy died in 2012. She sued to write, produce, and direct pieces in her little bedroom hallway, in the stable, and don neighbor’s fireplace hearts. Recently, she played "Ursula" in Nicholas Wright's wonderful play, "Vincent in Brixton", at the Pasadena Playhouse. Official Sites. She has a height of 5 ft. 5 inches and weighs 55 kg. She played "Polly Peacham" in "The Threepenny Opera" with Betty Buckley at Williamstown, and had a wonderful time with "Tracy Lord" in "The Philadelphia Story" at the Cleveland PlayHouse.