Stephanie Pinder - Principal
Stephanie trained as an actress at the Academy Of Live And Recorded Arts in London.
She performed in many touring theatrical productions including Kind Hearts and Coronets playing the multiple roles of Edith D'Ascoyne, Mama
and Kitty L'Amour, she played The Woman in Trap
For A Lonely Man, Amy Spettigue in Bill Kenwrights tour of Charley's Aunt with comedy legend Eric Sykes, Eliza Doolittle in Pygmalion, Gwendolyn Fairfax in The Importance of Being Earnest, Ellie Dunn in
Heartbreak House and Clara Popkiss in Rookery Nook. Stephanie has also played Susy Henderson in Wait Until Dark at the Theatre Royal, Margate, Jane Bennet in Pride and Prejudice at Perth Theatre, and Sibyl Chase in Private Lives at the English Theatre of Hamburg.
Stephanie also appeared in a weekly rep season at
Bournemouth Pier Theatre and Wolverhampton Grand Theatre, playing Jacqueline in Boeing Boeing, Mrs Moreno in Murder at Midnight, Sarah in
Round and Round the Garden, Inspector Cleaver in Murder With Love, Anne in Fly Me to the Moon and Lavinia Penniman in Washington Square.
Stephanie spent a year and a half in popular television soap Brookside, where she played Gabby Parr and met her husband Steven Pinder who played Max Farnham.
Other television work includes Suzette Pinder in Emmerdale, Young Kitty Campbell in New Tricks (BBC), Rosemary Houghton in Courtroom (Mersey TV), Jane Carver in Doctors (BBC), Pharmaceutical rep in Fields of Gold (BBC), Lorna in Border Cafe (BBC), Julie in An Independent Man (ITV), Jemma Baines in The Bill (ITV), Bunny Girl in Between The Lines (BBC), and various sketches in The Lisa Maxwell Show (ITV).