Stephanie Sarandon

Stephanie Sarandon

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Updated On September 27, 2022
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Stephanie Sarandon is a celebrity kid. Moreover, Stephanie Sarandon is the daughter of the renowned actor Chris Sarandon. In addition, Chris is well known for playing a variety of roles of ‘Prince Humperdinck’ in ‘The Princess Bride’ and ‘Detective Mike Norris,’ in ‘Child’s Play.’

Early life

Stephanie Sarandon was born on December 25, 1982. According to her birth date, she is 38 years old and has a birth sign of Capricorn. Moreover, she is the eldest kid of her parents. She is the daughter of Chris Sarandon (father) and Lisa Ann Cooper (mother).

Her father, Chris is a well-known actor. Regarding her siblings, she has two siblings whose names are Michael and Alexis. Further, she has not disclosed her exact birthplace and country at the moment, and neither her parents has revealed it in public.

Stephanie Sarandon

Caption: Stephanie Sarandon with her father and siblings (Source: Getty Images)

Talking about her academic career, Stephanie has not revealed her academic qualification in public at the moment. Looking at her, she seems to be well educated and might have completed her graduation from a well-known university nearby her hometown.

Professional career

When it came to her professional carer, Stephanie has not disclosed her profession or job in public at the moment. Moreover, she is best known as the daughter of an American actor, Chris Sarandon.

Chris Sarandon

Stephanie Sarandon

Caption: Chris Sarandon American actor (Source: Wikipedia)

Chris Sarandon has worked with several improvised companies during the early years of his career, as well as participating in local theater. He appeared in the outdoor play “Honey in the Rock” in 1961 at the Grandview stage of Theatre West Virginia. He made his stage debut in the drama “The Rose Tattoo” in 1965. For one season, he was hired by “The Long Wharf Theatre Company.” In 1968,  moved to New York City.

He soon made his television debut in the role of “Dr. Tom Halverson” in the 1973–1974 television series “The Guiding Light.” With the role of “Jacob Rothschild” in the 1970 play “The Rothschilds,” he made his “Broadway” debut. In “The Two Gentlemen of Verona,” he later performed as “Proteus” (1972).

Additionally, he took part in the Stratford Festival in Canada and the Shaw and Shakespeare festivals in the US. He made two TV appearances in 1974: “The Satan Murders” and “Thursday’s Game.” In the 1975 film “Dog Day Afternoon,” he made his acting debut as “Leon Shermer,” the transgender wife of Al Pacino.

In the movies “Lipstick” (1976), he played a negative role, and in “The Sentinel,” a demon’s role.  Later, he chose several roles before playing “Jesus Christ” in the well-liked television film “The Day Christ Died” (1980). He received a lot of praise for his performance as “Sydney Carton” in the television film “A Tale of Two Cities.”

His other famous movies include “The Osterman Weekend” (1983), “Protocol” (1984), and the horror-thriller “Fright Night” (in which he plays a vampire). The part that made him famous was the evil “Prince Humperdinck” in the 1987 film “The Princess Bride.” In “Child’s Play” (1988), he played investigative officer “Mike Norris,” which is another of his well-remembered appearances.

Other appearances

In the Disney animated film ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas,’ he voiced the character of ‘Jack Skellington,’ also known as the ‘Pumpkin King.’   He has reprised the role in a variety of productions, including the video games, ‘Kingdom Hearts’ and ‘Kingdom Hearts II,’ as well as several Disney events. He co-starred in the ‘Broadway,’ musical ‘Nick & Nora’ (1991) with actress-singer Joanna Gleason.

Following their 1994 marriage, the couple acted in films such as ‘Edie & Pen’ (1996), ‘American Perfekt’ (1997), and ‘Let the Devil Wear Black,’ (1999). He appeared in several ‘Broadway,’ productions, including ‘The Light in the Piazza’ (2006) and ‘Cyrano de Bergerac.’ He also appeared in ‘Preludes,’ a ‘Off-Broadway’ musical (2016).

His recent TV performances include ‘ER’ (as Dr. Burke), the fantasy series ‘Charmed’ (as the demon ‘Armand), and the legal drama ‘Judging Amy’ (as ‘Judge Barry Krumble). He co-produced the criminal thriller ‘Road Ends’ in 1997. He works on the advisory board of the ‘Green Valley Theatre,’ which is situated in West Virginia.

Awards and Net Worth

As of now, Stephanie has not received awards or recognition in her profession. On the other sides, her father as an actor has been nominated for several films. Chris was NYFCC Award for Best Supporting Actor in 19745.

Later, in 1976, he was nominated for Golden Globe for Best Acting Debut in a Motion Picture – Male. That same year, he was nominated for Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role. Likewise, he was nominated for Saturn Award for Best Actor in the same year. In 1992, he earned the Chainsaw Award for Best Supporting Actor.

As of now, Stephanie has not disclosed her profession, net worth, and income in public yet. On the other hand, her father is a renowned actor and has a net worth of $5 million.

Relationship Status

Regarding her relationship status, Stephanie has not yet disclosed her relationship status in public. Moreover, there is no information regarding her past relationship or her marital affairs. Moreover, we might assume that she is single and unmarried at the moment. In addition, this lady is not a part of controversy nor got in rumors till now.

Body measurements and Social media

This lady has blonde hair with light brown eyes color. Other than that, there is no more information when it comes to her other physical appearances like height, weight, and others.

Stephanie is not active on any kinds of social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. She likes to live a private life and enjoys spending more time with her family.


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