American actress, Stephanie Drapeau, was born in Monroeville, Pennsylvania, but grew up in Chico, California where she fell in love with acting at an early age. Drapeau earned her BA in psychology, Masters degree in Social Work at CSU, Chico, graduating with honors, whereafter she ventured into both corporate and philanthropic fields. In spite of her success, she quickly returned to her original love of the arts and made her way to Los Angeles. She has since performed in over 30 film and television productions including Medium (2009), Cabin Fever 2 (2009) The Third Rule (2010) with Anthony Hopkins, Cross (2011) with Michael Clarke Duncan, Castle (2013), Wish Wizard (2014) with Morgan Freeman, The Leftovers (2015), Scout (2015) with Danny Glover, Tim Timmerman (2015) and The Catch (2015). Drapeau still has her heart in philanthropy as co-founder of the One World Foundation, which focuses efforts mainly with Baan Unrak, a children's home in Thailand.