Stephanie Jack 卢恩典 is a biracial Australian and Singaporean-Chinese actor who has lived in five different countries and on-board a yacht. In 2019 she lived in Shanghai studying Mandarin and kung fu. She is an M.F.A in Acting graduate of the American Repertory Theater/Moscow Art Theatre School Institute at Harvard University and the creator of the YouTube series, MIXED UP 混血女孩在中国 ('mixed blood girl in China').

Her stage highlights include playing the Queen in the NYTimes' Critics' pick, 'The Light Princess' at the New Victory Theater (2015), a devised production of 'The Idiot' at the Moscow Art Theatre School (2014), and 'Coram Boy' with the Bristol Old Vic (2012). In 2014 she also had the pleasure of performing 'Scenes from Uncle Vanya' for the Melikhovskaya Vesna Theatre Festival at Chekhov's country estate in Russia.

In 2018 Stephanie played Melissa in the Singapore Tourism Board and Viddsee co-production, 'In Transit' dir. by Jacky Lee. She also stars in Alvin Ling's 'Getting Back' (2018) which premiered at Quarantine Film Festival Bulgaria. 'She'll Be Right' (2017), her semi-autobiographical short film, won Best First Short at the Los Angeles Underground Film Forum. Commercial credits include Nespresso, Reebok, TBS, and Education First.

As a writer, Stephanie has contributed articles to Peril Magazine (Australia), Doyenne (Singapore), and Hapa Mag (USA). Her feature article about the joys and struggles of moving to China can be found here.

Aside from classical and musical theatre vocal training, Stephanie dabbles in ukulele. Her diverse and sporadic modelling experience includes shooting a water pistol into the crowd during a punk-rock swimwear catwalk. In 2017, she and a partner launched an exhibition of abstract paintings 'Bersama-sama' at Supernormal Gallery in Singapore, raising over $3k for the children's charity, Club Rainbow. She enjoys yoga and is an avid meditator.