Stephanie Beatriz Net Worth & Biography

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Introduction

NET WORTH

$3M

Stephanie Beatriz is an Argentine-American actress. She is best known for playing Detective Rosa Diaz in the NBC comedy series Brooklyn Nine-Nine and played Jessica in the independent drama Short Term 12 (2013).

As of , Stephanie Beatriz has an estimated net worth of about $3M.

At a Glance

Full name: Stephanie Beatriz Bischoff Alvizuri

Other names: Stephanie Beatriz

Birthday: 10 February 1981

Age:

Net worth: $3M

Occupation: Actress

Nationality: Argentine Republic, United States of America.

Net Worth

Beatriz starred as Bonnie in the independent feature film The Light of the Moon, written and directed by Jessica M. Thompson. The film premiered at the 2017 South by Southwest Film Festival, where it won the Audience Award for Narrative Feature Competition. As of , Stephanie Beatriz has an estimated net worth of about $3M.

Early Life and Education

Stephanie Beatriz Bischoff Alvizuri was born in Neuquén, Argentina, the daughter of a Colombian father and a Bolivian mother. She arrived in the United States at the age of three with her parents and a younger sister. She grew up in Webster, Texas, outside Houston, and attended Clear Brook High School.

The family was "pretty poor," which informed Beatriz's choice in choosing choir in school, as it was an elective that didn't cost money, unlike art class or band. The first day, however, the teacher discouraged Beatriz from continuing, so Beatriz signed up for speech and debate.

It was there that she had the opportunity to appear in plays. Her first role was that of the show's villain, and after a classmate mistook her for someone else for the entirety of the show, she realized that she had the ability to transform into someone else through acting.

This set her on the path of the dramatic arts. Beatriz attended the all-women's Stephens College in Missouri. She graduated in 2002. She then moved to New York City to pursue acting. She has lived in Los Angeles since 2010.

Favorite Quotes from Stephanie Beatriz

“I remember watching ‘Colombo’ a lot with my dad. That was one of the first detective shows I remember watching. And I remember my dad turning to me – my dad loves to turn to me and explain why things are funny. He used to do that with ‘Seinfeld’ all the time. He did it with ‘Colombo’, too, set the scene.” – Stephanie Beatriz
“I lived in New York for a long time. Right after college, I went there. So I got my first cell phone in New York. Back when you would flip the phone up. Way back when.” – Stephanie Beatriz
“The majority of guys that I’ve met, that I consider confident and sexy, are pretty well rooted in who they are. They know their values and their worth as a person. They know they are intelligent, caring men, and that generates confidence.” – Stephanie Beatriz
“I think you can tell the difference between “swagger” and real confidence immediately. You can smell it, like bad body spray versus nice cologne.” – Stephanie Beatriz

Career

Beatriz had minor roles in the police procedural television series The Closer and Southland, as well as a recurring role as Gloria's sister Sonia in the ABC comedy series Modern Family. She has had numerous stage appearances at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Theatreworks USA, The Old Globe Theatre, and Yale Repertory Theatre. independent drama Short Term 12.

Since 2013, she has portrayed Detective Rosa Diaz in the Fox and NBC series Brooklyn Nine-Nine, an action comedy series based around the members of a Brooklyn police precinct. In 2019, she directed the season 6 episode "He Said, She Said."

She received highly positive reviews for her performance, with The Hollywood Reporter stating that "Beatriz offers a powerful . . . unflinching, authentic performance," while Variety noted that the film was "harrowingly effective" and Beatriz's performance was "expertly balanced and judged." As of 2018 she voices the character Gina Cazador on season 5 of BoJack Horseman.

It was announced in 2019 she will be appearing in the 2020 film adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Tony Award-winning musical In the Heights.