STEPFANIE KRAMER is probably best known for her role as the tough-minded detective, Sgt. Dee Dee McCall on the popular NBC-TV series "Hunter." 

Although she left the series at the end of the sixth season. Stepfanie's talent and energy helped make "Hunter" a true international hit. Her following includes fans from China to Paris, Germany to Australia.

In the fall of 1990, Stepfanie was seen as one of the stars in the CBS-TV movie of the week, "Coins in a Fountain," filmed entirely on location in Rome and Luxembourg. Immediately following, she was cast opposite Frederick Forrest in the feature "Twin Sisters" for Allegro Films, portraying twin sisters.

She also starred opposite Jack Scalia in Cinemax's "Beyond Suspicion."

Her role on "Hunter" brought Stepfanie recognition and respect as a gifted actress, yet she is much more than that. She is a powerful and unique singer, trained as a Mezzo Soprano as well as a talented composer and lyricist. Her listening tastes in music are eclectic and include pop, big band, classical and folk music. "When I was very young," she remembers, "the only way I could take a nap was by having the 1812 Overture played!"

Stepfanie's background is diverse, with television credits that include movies of the week and mini-series.  She starred in the made for TV movie, "Take My Daughters, Please" for NBC and the critically acclaimed mini-series, "Favorite Son."  Prior to "Hunter," she co-starred on the series "We Got It Made," "Married: The First Year" and "Cliffhangers: The Secret Empire."  She has had guest starring and recurring roles on a multitude of shows, including many primetime television's top series.  Stepfanie has utilized her musical abilities in a number of variety specials, joining Bob Hope for his 1986 Easter special, and once again in 1988 for NBC's "Fifty Stars Celebrate Bob Hope's 85th Birthday."  She has also hoofed her way through the Busby Berkeley number in "Happy Birthday Hollywood."  Stepfanie has hosted the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade twice, earning her a Daytime Emmy Award nomination for "Outstanding Special Class Programming."

Stepfanie holds extensive theatre and musical credits, and is a graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts/West.  From childhood on, she focused her energies on a performance career, not unusual for a child from an artistic background.  With a mother who is an artist, former model and had her own country/western radio show, and a father who was a professional violinist with the Los Angeles Philharmonic and toured with big bands, Stepfanie grew up in a very creative environment.  Currently utilizing her musical talents, she has finished work on a new adult contemporary album which contains a great deal of her own original material.  The album, titled "One Dream," was released by Fine Arts Records late in 1999, however, has received little airtime play.

Her abilities have been fueled and expanded by her intellectual capacities, leading her to explore other areas of artistic expression.  Stepfanie has directed episode television and is an accomplished artist.  She loves to draw and paint, which she has done since, in her mother's words, "she was old enough to hold a pencil."

Stepfanie is very health conscious, one who understands the need for balance between her work and home life.  "I spend as much time as possible with my family and friends.  They are a very important part of my life."  Even more important, is daughter Lily.  "My daughter is the greatest production I've ever been involved in."

In 1995, Kramer starred in "Deceived By Trust" opposite Michael Gross for NBC, the network's highest-rated film of the year.  She also starred in "Thrill" opposite Antonio Sabato Jr. and "Underground Father: Fugitive from Justice" opposite Christopher Noth for NBC in 1996.  Most recently, Stepfanie has completed principal photography on the upcoming indie feature, "The Dog Walker," a quirky, dark comedy set for release in 2002.

Through the international language of the arts and her particular expression of such, Stepfanie Kramer is able to communicate and reach out to audiences in a positive and enlightening way.  "I love my work as a performer," she states.  "If I can affect a positive change by use of my abilities, I gladly embrace the opportunity.  I feel that if you don't use the gifts you've been given, your time on earth has been wasted."

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