In an unexpectedly unexpected death in Encino, CA on June, 23, the actress Stephanie Niznik, who appeared in Star Trek: Insurrection and Everwood at the age of 52.
The most famous performer for playing Nina Feeney’s part in Everwood. It was Brown’s nice neighbor and Trea Williams Dr. Andy Brown’s eventual love interest. All four seasons played the part.
She also participated in shows like Diagnosis Murder, Dr. Quinn, NCIS and Grey’s Anatomy, The Woman of Medicine. Quinn Since 1994, she worked as an actor and made her film Exit to Eden when Diana made her debut. Since 2009, she has been in the movies The Twenty and NCIS, without working on displays or movies. She was born in Bangor, Maine and graduated from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina with her Master’s degree in Fine Arts.
According to a study in Variety, before graduating with majors in Russian and theater in Duke U, Niznik wanted to become a geneticist. She then studied M.A. at Cal Arts where she started to perform roles like Vanishing Son and Murder She Wrote in the series. The player was performing on Nash Bridges and Dr. Quinn in brief positions. Before she found a recurring role in Diagnostic Killing in Quinn, Medicine Woman.
Niznik also participated in volunteering and was engaged in the Four Winds Heart-centric Healing organization for kids and animal rescue. Niznik survives by her mother, stepmother, brother and lawyer, and her niece, nephews, aunt and uncle, and Nucleus and Jake, her beloved dogs.