|Full Name||Stefania LaVie Owen|
|Birth Name||Stefania LaVie Owen|
|Birth City||Miami, Florida|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Date of Birth||December 15,1997|
Stefania LaVie Owen is a New Zealand-American actress who is known for her roles as Dorrit Bradshaw in the teen drama television series The Carrie Diaries and as Puddle Kadubic in the television series Running Wilde.
Owen is currently 22 years old. She was born on December 15, 1997, in Miami, Florida, USA, to an American mother and a New Zealander father.
Talking about her height, she stands 5 ft and 3 in (1.6 m) tall. Owen has two siblings; one older sister, Lolo Owen, and a younger sister, Carly Owen.
The 22-year-old moved to Wellington, New Zealand, with her parents and siblings at the age of four. Stefania's mother is of Cuban descent.
Now she divides her time between New York City and Wellington. Owen attended Pauatahanui school and Chilton Saint James School in Lower Hutt, Wellington.
Owen has a net worth of $3 million, as per Celebrity Net Worth. She made her acting debut in 2009 with the critically-acclaimed supernatural thriller drama film, The Lovely Bones, playing Flora Hernandez. The movie grossed $93.6 million worldwide.
A year later, Stefania landed the role of Puddle Kadubic in the Fox comedy series Running Wilde, which she portrayed until 2011. The character helped her gain significant recognition and she was soon cast as a series regular in The CW's teen comedy-drama, The Carrie Diaries.
Her character, Dorrit Bradshaw, was seen as Carrie Bradshaw's younger rebellious sister. The show, which is a prequel to HBO hit television series Sex and the City, aired for two seasons from January 14, 2013, to January 31, 2014.
In 2015, Owen appeared as Beth in Michael Dougherty's comedy horror film, Krampus, and as Deedee in the drama film Coming Through the Rye. The 22-year-old also played the main character "Nicole Chance" in Hulu's crime drama series, Chance, alongside Hugh Laurie.
Her other notable credit includes Home Game, All We Had, I'm Dying Up Here, The Cat and the Moon, and The Beach Bum. Recently, Stefania co-starred as Rebecca Iguero in Netflix's thriller series, Messiah. She will co-star in the upcoming drama film Paper Spiders opposite Lili Taylor.
Owen appears to be single and has no boyfriend as of now. She has kept her romantic life under wraps and nothing much is known about her past and current relationship status.
Nonetheless, you can follow her on Instagram at @stefanialavieowen to know more about her personal life and stay up-to-date with her upcoming projects.