Stephanie Diane Griffin was born on March 15, 1934, in Valley City, Ohio, USA, population 250, the daughter of Noel and Alice Griffin. Stephanie and her younger sisters, Michaleine and Patricia, moved with their mother to West Hollywood from Santa Cruz in 1941. Stephanie graduated from Liverpool High School in West Hollywood, now part of the Los Angeles Unified School District. She was a model and actress. Following her first television appearance in 1954 as Claire on The Ford Television Theater program, "Sister Veronica," she appeared in 1955 as Marjorie Forrester on all fourteen episodes of The Great Gildersleeve. Read more... by three 1956 roles on The Bob Hope Show, Cheyenne, and another Ford Theater appearance as Laura on "Sheila." Her only film role was Valinda Normand also in 1956, "The Last Wagon." Stephanie appeared on the July 2, 1956 Life Magazine cover. In 1957 she played Sally on the Code 3 program, "The Guilty Ones." It was thirty-two years later in 1989 that she acted as Dr. Brooks in her final role in the made for television movie, "The Karen Carpenter Story." Her first husband, David L. March filed suit for divorce against her charging adultery. He claimed she was intimate with businessman James Raskin on several occasion in September and October 1956. March dropped his divorce suit in November, clearing the way for Stephanie to prosecute her own divorce complaint, charging cruelty. As part of Stephanie's divorce settlement in December 1956 she waived alimony and agreed to pay all community debts up to $4,000. Stephanie married James L. Raskin in March 1957. They divorced in January 1968. Stephanie Raskin has been living in Valley Village, Los Angeles County, California USA.