Stephanie D'Abruzzo

Mostly Credited As: Stephanie D'Abruzzo
Date Of Birth: December 07, 1971 (Age 44)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Height: 5' 2" (1.57 m)

Stephanie D'Abruzzo

TV Appearances

Main cast 
The Book of Pooh (2001)As: Kessie -- [Voice]
Sheep in the Big City (2000)As: Lady Richington, Swanky, Lisa Rental, Plot Device -- [Voice]
Oobi (2000)As: Uma -- [Voice]
The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss (1996)As: Little Cat B, Jane Kangaroo -- [Voice]
Episode Cast Credits 

Scrubs (2001) 
  My Finale (2) 08x19: (May/06/2009) As Patti, [Uncredited]
  My ABC's 08x05: (Jan/27/2009) As A.M. Muppet (Ex Ray), [Co-Guest Stars]
  My Musical 06x06: (Jan/18/2007) As Patti 

I Love the ‘80s: 3D (2005) 
  1982 01x03: (Nov/04/2005) As Herself, [Interviewees]
  1981 01x02: (Oct/24/2005) As Herself, [Interviewees]

The View (1997) 
  Season 7, Episode 19 07x19: (Sep/26/2003) As Herself 

The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss (1996) 
  The Birthday Moose 01x19: (May/18/1997) Voiced  Fiona Phish & Admiral Abigail Breeze 
  Horton Has a Hit 01x18: (May/11/1997) Voiced  Sally Spingel Spungel Sporn & Morton's Friend 
  Yertle the King 01x17: (May/04/1997) Voiced  Tallullah 
  Norval the Great 01x14: (Mar/30/1997) Voiced  Mandy 
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Is best known for originating the roles of both Kate Monster and Lucy the Slut in the Broadway musical, "Avenue Q".

Received a nomination for the 2004 Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical for playing Kate Monster and Lucy the Slut in the Broadway musical "Avenue Q" (which she lost to Idina Menzel for her performance in Wicked).

Grew up near Pittsburgh before graduating from the Radio/Television/Film program at Northwestern University in 1993.

In college Stephanie could often be caught watching (and, as it turns out, studying) "Sesame Street" there during the day. She also had a large collection of Muppet recordings.

Stephanie's production of a puppet television show called "Freeform" was directed by Elizabeth Kirkscey and won the National College Emmy award for comedy.

At Northwestern, Stephanie's other standout roles included Mildred in the short film "The Ballad of Hank and Mildred" and herself in "The Glance."

While in college, she also performed with a campus improvisational comedy troupe.

Is a fan of the play "Dame Edna".

While growing up, Stephanie wanted to be an amalgam of Julie Andrews, Madeline Kahn and Bernadette Peters.

Is a huge fan of "Scrubs".

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