Actress Stephanie Niznik from Everwood died suddenly

Actress Stephanie Niznik from Everwood died suddenly

Niznik also has roles in "Nash Bridges", "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman", "Grey's Anatomy", and "Diagnosis Murder". Stephanie Niznik returned to the Star Trek franchise. The report that Variety gave out does not include cause of death, nor does it explain why her passing wasn't reported until over two weeks after her time of death.

Stephanie Niznik wanted to become a geneticist.

She performed the position of Kell Perim in Star Trek: Rebel. Stephanie Niznik was final seen within the film, The Twenty, which was launched in 2009.

The moment the news of her death was announced on social media, there were reactions from her co-workers and fans.

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Stephanie is best known for her role playing Nina Feeney, the sweet neighbor of the Brown family on Everwood. A special reunion was organized in honor of the series' 15th Anniversary.

She was a Bangor, Maine native - home of the famous novelist Stephen King - and graduated from Duke University. While at California Arts, she obtained a master's degree and also started working in Murder She Wrote as well as Vanishing Son.

Niznik was active in volunteering for hunger, children and animal rescue organizations, and also worked with Four Winds Heart-Centered Healing. "I'm lucky to have known her. Rest In Peace Stephanie".

Stephanie Niznik has died at the age of 52. Her surprising dying is a major loss to the Hollywood trade. Stephanie left behind her dogs, Nucleus and Jake; an aunt and uncle; a niece and several nephews, as well as a mother, step-father, and a brother and sister-in-law.

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