Stephanie T. Keefer

Stephanie T. Keefer is a Los Angeles native and award winning actress who first stepped on stage in 5th grade when the kid playing Eeyore got sick. From there, Keefer went on to earn degrees in both Drama and English from the University of California, Irvine, where she had the opportunity to study with legendary Polish theater director Jerzy Grotowski. Upon graduating, she re-started the Theater Department at Santa Ana High School, and after 15 years of running the show, Keefer left to act professionally. Soon after, she landed her TV debut that year on The Young & the Restless. The following year, she booked a national commercial. Keefer’s first first lead in a feature film was in A Girl, A Guy, a Space Helmet. Keefer is the founder of SilverArrow Productions, where she adapted the script, produced, and acted in the company’s debut short ONE DANCE. ONE DANCE was an official selection at the San Francisco Black Film Festival and the LA Femme Film Festival, and Keefer won Best Performance in a Short at the SoCal Film Festival. The film also appeared nationally on CBS and FOX for a 3-month period. SilverArrow recently produced its second film, Moving On, starring Keefer. Moving On is an Official Selection of both the SoCal Film Festival and the LA Femme International Film Festival.