Stephanie Nash

About Stephanie Nash

Who is it?: Actress
Birth Year: 1974
Origin: Melbourne, Australia
Genres: Alternative, Australian rock
Occupation(s): Musician
Instruments: Bass, vocals
Years active: 1994–present
Labels: Sony/BMG EMI Capitol Records
Associated acts: Sandpit, Something for Kate

Stephanie Nash Net Worth

Stephanie Nash was born on 1974, is Actress. Born & raised in Ohio, then on to Duke University & Yale School of Drama, Stephanie juggled, did things on a trapeze, and played musical instruments in the 1st National Broadway Tour of Barnum. Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, and Utah Shakespearean Festival are part of her extensive theatre credits - in addition to Off-Broadway and some NYC comedy clubs.LA theatre audiences have seen her play several leading roles at the Odyssey Theatre, and her one-woman (comedic) show based on the true story of her Native American vision quest (where she spent 4 days with no food or water alone on a mountain) played to sold-out audiences.Her scene with Jim Carrey was cut from Bruce Almighty, her first role in a pilot was changed to a man, and in the pilot she just shot she had to kill a newborn baby. She meditates.Stephanie is, in fact, a Mindfulness Meditation Coach, and was a guest expert on a Deepak Chopra show where she taught her special "Laughing Meditation."
Stephanie Nash is a member of Actress

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Early in Ashworth's career, she played in the bands Sandpit and Scared of Horses. Her most recent band is Something for Kate, which she joined "sometime in 1997 or 1998, I can't remember," replacing Bassist Toby Ralph, a fill-in after Julian Carroll's departure. She frequently performs barefoot. In 2000, she was offered a place in Courtney Love's band, Hole, but declined.


Ashworth married her bandmate and Something for Kate frontman, Paul Dempsey, in 2006, and remains in this relationship as of 2013. Following the release of Dempsey's solo album Everything Is True, they relocated to New York City, USA, in 2010. They are parents to a son named Miller, born in 2011.


Since January 2008, Ashworth has written a monthly column for Jmag, the magazine of Australian radio station Triple J.


Ashworth has contributed artwork and photography to the releases of Something for Kate, and photos of New York City, United States (US) were used for the 2012 album Leave Your Soul to Science.