Stephanie is passionate about sharing stories through acting and the performing arts.
Born in Vancouver, BC, Stephanie Halber is a talented young actor, passionate about the performing arts. During high school she began taking voice, music, dance and theatre classes, starting her down the path to a career in the film industry. Her devotion for music and dance then led her to continue her training in classical voice training, music theory, clarinet, musical theatre and all forms of dance, including tap, jazz, ballet, salsa and musical theatre styles.
Inspired by her love for acting, she continued her education by attending the Canadian College of Performing Arts, to receive her Certificate in Musical Theatre. There, she trained in voice classes with Glenda Balkan-Champagne and Christie Morrison, Physical Theatre classes with Barbara Poggemiller and acting classes with Christopher Weddell and Dr. Iris MacGregor Bannerman, as well as taking classes in speech and dialects, stage combat, and transitioning acting to screen. She then went on to train in acting for film, television, voice-over and commercials with some of the best coaches Vancouver has to offer, including Jeb Beach, Andrew McIlroy, John Emmet Tracy, Cindy Akers, Sarah-Jane Redmond and Ingrid Torrance. She is also currently continuing her singing training with Cecile Larochelle Vocal Studios.
Her on-screen credits include roles in the Fox series “Gracepoint,” TNT original movie “Good Morning Killer,” as well as the TV show “Eaux troubles du crime,” and independent short films “Transmission” and “I Love You.” Off-screen, she has taken the stage in a variety of theatre performances as well.
She involves herself in many different facets of the film industry, working as an acting instructor for the past 4 years, as a casting assistant for casting director Tiffany Mak, and as the associate producer for two independent film organizations, Crazy8s and the Celluloid Social Club.
Recently she was honoured to receive the Cold Reading Series’ Keith Provost award for her contributions to the Vancouver film community.