Stephanie Gould is an actress, narrator, editor, and improviser whose recent appearances include a recurring role as Carmen Campos on the 6th season of the Netflix hit series Orange is the New Black, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel opposite Jane Lynch on Amazon, Mr. Robot opposite Rami Malek, and HAPPY! opposite Christopher Meloni on Syfy.
In addition to television and several films, Stephanie has an extensive theatrical and improvisation background, working on everything from the Off-Broadway play by Scott Aiello in the title role of Bernie in Bernie and Mikey’s Trip to the Moon at 59E59 Theaters, Shakespeare’s Richard III to her own solo show entitled Walk With Me about her life growing up with cerebral palsy and learning to walk again at 13. The show premiered at the 4th Annual SOLOCOM Festival at the Peoples Improv Theater in 2016, and went on to tour in Boston and returned to NYC for a successful run at the PIT in 2017.
As a narrator, Stephanie specializes in audiobooks in the genres of science-fiction, fantasy, and young adult fiction. She has lent her voice to the books Roxanne in La La Land by L.A. DeVaul, Blood Lite by David Boyer, Last Guard Standing by Heather Dowell, Kill Dolls: Season 1 and Kill Dolls: Season 2 by Aka Nate, Tying the Knot Without Doing Your Block by Terri Psiakis, and Darren Mayhead by M.P. Lombardo which are all on sale through Audible, Amazon and iTunes.
As of December 2020, she has 6 audiobooks in production, including The Angel Series: Dauntless Angel (Book 2), Dark Angel (Book 3), and Deviant Angel (Book 4) by Jo Wilde, Break the Stars: Defy the Stars (Book 2) by Magan Vernon, 3:10 to Andromeda: A Space Pirate Adventure by Levi F. Fox, and is the exclusive narrator for the upcoming Zero Dark: Origins series by Jules L. Grant.
Stephanie is also an advocate for performers with disabilities, an avid lover of animals, and learning new languages like Czech. She divides her time between NYC and Boston, and is represented by Kazarian/Measures/Ruskin & Associates, and BAC Talent.
She is a member of SAG-AFTRA, AEA, APA, and a part of Audiofile Magazine audiobook narrators.