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      Stephanie Niznik

      Stephanie Niznik

      Highest Rated: 55% Star Trek: Insurrection (1998)

      Lowest Rated: 5% Exit to Eden (1994)

      Birthday: May 20, 1967

      Birthplace: Bangor, Maine, USA

      Perhaps best known for her role as Nina Feeney on the drama "Everwood" (WB, 2002-06), Stephanie Niznik was born in Bangor, Maine in 1967. She attended Duke University in Durham, North Carolina on a scholarship to study genetics, but found her studies so rigorous that she began taking elective theater classes on the side, as a way to explore her creativity and relieve stress. Before long, Nezik had fallen in love with acting; she switched over completely and become a theater major. She graduated magna cum laude 1990 and enrolled at California Institute of the Arts intending to obtain her master's in theater as well, but Niznik quit when she began landing professional acting roles. She was cast as Agent Judith Phillips on the short-lived adventure series "Vanishing Son" (Fox, 1995) in 1995, but even after the show was cancelled that same year, Niznik went on to guest star on a large number of series including "Murder, She Wrote" (CBS, 1984-1996), "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" (CBS, 1993-98), and "L.A. Doctors" (CBS, 1998-99). In 1998, she was cast in the recurring role of Caitlin Sweeney on the series "Diagnosis Murder" (CBS, 1993-2001) in addition to playing the character Perim in the feature film "Star Trek: Insurection" (1998). She later appeared in the films "Spiders II: Breeding Ground" (2001) and "Beyond City Limits" (2001) before she was cast in her enduring role on "Everwood" alongside Treat Williams, Emily Van Camp, and Vivien Cardone. After "Everwood" wrapped in 2006, Niznik went on to appear on "Grey's Anatomy" (ABC, 2005-) and "Traveler" (ABC, 2007), in addition to co-starring on the short-lived "Life is Wild" (CW, 2007) before making her final on-screen appearance, co-starring in the independent drama "The Twenty" (2009) in 2009. At that point, Neznik retired from acting and opted to focus on giving back, volunteering at the Four Winds Heart-Centered Healing center. Stephanie Neznik died in 2019. She was 52 years old.

      Highest rated movies

      55% Star Trek: Insurrection
      5% Exit to Eden



      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Twenty Dot (Character) - 2009
      No Score Yet 15% Spiders 2 Alexandra (Character) - 2001
      No Score Yet 12% Beyond the City Limits Reporter (Character) - 2001
      No Score Yet 16% Epoch Dr. KC Czaban (Character) - 2000
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Kismet Stephanie (Character) - 1999
      No Score Yet 50% Emma's Wish Kelly Short (Character) - 1998
      No Score Yet 33% Memorial Day Robin Conners (Character) - 1998
      55% 44% Star Trek: Insurrection Ensign Perim (Character) $70.2M 1998
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Inferno Erika (Character) - 1998
      5% 26% Exit to Eden Diana (Character) $6.8M 1994


      86% 90% Lost Dr. Evelyn Ariza (Guest Star) 2009
      No Score Yet 83% NCIS Inmate Sharon Bellows (Guest Star) 2009
      60% 100% Eli Stone Delia Slater (Guest Star) 2008
      47% 86% Life Is Wild Jo Weller-Clarke (Character) 2007-2008
      84% 73% Grey's Anatomy Unknown (Guest Star) 2007
      93% No Score Yet Everwood Nina Feeney (Character) 2002-2006
      56% 80% Star Trek: Enterprise The Wraith (Guest Star) 2002
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Diagnosis Murder Unknown (Guest Star) 1998 2000
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Family Law Unknown (Guest Star) 1999
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Viper Unknown (Guest Star) 1997 1999
      No Score Yet No Score Yet L.A. Doctors Unknown (Guest Star) 1998
      No Score Yet 67% Sliders Unknown (Guest Star) 1997
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Dr. Quinn Unknown (Guest Star) 1997
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Sentinel Unknown (Guest Star) 1996
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Vanishing Son Unknown (Guest Star) 1995