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Brazilian hottie Stephanie Fantauzzi still doesn’t have a Wiki page, which is kinda shocking considering she’s a cast member of a pretty big series on Showtime. Let’s hope her agent gets his act together one of these days. As some of you bastards might remember, we last posted Stephanie back in March when we featured her in our award-winning category, Beautiful Women Performing Monotonous Tasks.
These latest photos were snapped earlier this week (Wednesday July 25) as Stephanie was spotted on the set of the deliciously hit Showtime series “Shameless,” starring Emmy Rossum & William H. Macy. I have yet to catchup on the second season, but I really (really) enjoyed the first one. The gorgeous brunette was seen wearing a skin-tight turquoise dress, black and cream studded stilettos and large black and gold earrings. I have a feeling this chick has a lot of potential—but that’s purely contingent on how quickly she can fatten-up her network of friends w/ benefits.
Here’s more about Stephanie from her IMDb bio:
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Stephanie Vanessa Fantauzzi is an American actress, model and singer of Brazilian and Italian descent.
Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil but raised in Boca Raton, Florida, Stephanie began her early singing and modeling career between NY and Miami, but focused her late teen years on pursuing a degree in Journalism and Sociology at Florida Atlantic University while traveling as her father’s interpreter for the family business. It was during one of her work trips to Brazil that Stephanie landed her very first acting role in Marcio Garcia’s directorial debut being shot in Rio de Janeiro.
In 2009, Stephanie moved to Los Angeles to seriously pursue a career in acting and singing. Once in LA, Stephanie began studying acting at the Eric Morris and Aaron Speiser Acting Studios. She has since appeared in national commercials, shot for top photographers and landed roles in hit shows like Death Valley and Big Time Rush and most recently, in Showtime’s Shameless. Stephanie is also actively involved in an educational spokes group for St. Martin’s Animal Foundation that promotes green living and animal welfare in the LA area. [Source]