Stephanie McKeon biography Stephanie McKeon is from Dublin, Ireland. She is a professional actor, voice actor, and a vocalist. Her recording of She Used To Be Mine (Waitress, Broadway) brought her immense accolades from Elaine Paige. She played it on the popular BBC Radio 2 show. She has worked in many theatre projects and also performed on several British television shows. Japanese anime fans may even recognise her voice from Neon Genesis: Evangelion; she did the voice of Asuka. Training: She received training from Trinity College in her hometown. Theatre: Her theatre credits include Moth in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Trinity Rose Garden/ Gawsworth Hall UK; Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz at The Helix; Philomena in Improbable Frequency Rough Magic/The Gaiety Theatre; Katya/Sheila in Hoodooville (workshop) at The Lir; Gillian in The Life and Sort of Death of Eric Argyle at Edinburgh/Dublin Fringe Festival 2012; Aisling in Anglo The Musical at Bord Gais Theatre; the title role in Cinderella at The Gaiety Theatre; Aisling in Anglo The Musical at the Olympia Theatre; Natalie in The Commitments at the Palace Theatre; lead vocalist/herself in What’s It All About: Bacharach Reimagined at the Menier Chocolate Factory; lead vocalist/herself in Close To You: Bacharach Reimagined at the Criterion Theatre; the woman in Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris at The Gate Theatre, and Cynthia Weil in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical at the Aldwych Theatre. TV: Stephanie has also featured on television shows like The One Show (BBC), Children in Need (BBC), This Morning (BBC), Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, and The Late Late Show, where she was a vocalist for Westlife, RTE. Other Credits: She was a guest soloist on Niall O’Sullivan’s debut album, vocalist for Mike Scott, Bill Whelan and Conor Linehan, and Close To You: Bacharach Reimagined (Live Cast Recording).