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Stephanie Birkitt Biography, Age, Career, Biography, Pictures, Contact, Husband.
Who is Stephanie Birkitt?
Stephanie Birkitt is an American attorney and a former assistant to David Letterman on the Late Show with David Letterman. Although she was usually treated as a character named Vicki, in some of her appearances, Letterman referred to her by various other nicknames such as Smitty, Kitty, Monty, Gunter, and Dutch
She was born in Plymouth, New Hampshire. In 1997, she graduated from Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina with a bachelor’s degree in history and also a minor in communications. In June 2008, She graduated from Yeshiva University’s Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law with a Juris Doctor. In February 2009, she passed the New York State and Connecticut bar examinations. She has been a licensed attorney in California since 2011. She has also had an active Connecticut lawyer license since 2009.
How Old is Stephanie Birkitt?
She was born Stephanie Anne Birkitt on 7 January 1975.
Stephanie Birkitt Family
She was born in Plymouth, New Hampshire, USA. Her mother is an assistant principal while her father is a dentist.
Who is Stephanie Birkitt Boyfriend?
On October 1, 2009, Letterman announced on-air that he had been the victim of an extortion attempt. An alleged blackmailer identified by police as CBS television producer Joe Halderman threatened to reveal that Letterman had engaged in sexual affairs with several female employees. Letterman said that the allegation was true. However, it did not reveal the names of or any identifying information about the female employees. Later, the extortionist was identified by the media as a former boyfriend of Birkitt. Anonymous sources alleged that Birkitt and Letterman had a romantic relationship.
She reportedly was neither aware of nor involved in the blackmail attempt. According to CBS News, she and her ex-boyfriend lived together in Halderman’s Norwalk, Connecticut, home until August 2009. When she reportedly moved out; she was also romantically linked to Letterman during the same time. The New York Post broke a story on October 6 that she had an affair with Letterman, which went on during her relationship with Halderman. Copies of her diary, as well as emails between her and Letterman, were reportedly the basis of the blackmail. Its package was allegedly placed in Letterman’s car by Halderman. He was sentenced to six months in jail for the extortion attempt.
Stephanie Birkitt in American Housewife
She is known for her work in American Housewife in 2016. American television series that debuted on October 11, 2016, on ABC.
Stephanie Birkitt The Late Show
Her career at CBS started before she graduated from college, she worked as an intern for CBS News, 48 Hours, and The Late Show during the spring of 1996. After her graduation, she became a member of the CBS page program. After graduation, she worked briefly as an associate producer at 48 Hours on the segments for correspondent Erin Moriarty. Deciding she was not “much of a newshound”, she applied for a job as an office worker for David Letterman. She was helping to handle his charities and his Indy car racing team.
Her spring internship led to her first appearance on the Late Show, on May 24, 1996. Her following appearance came more than four years later, on December 26, 2000, when Letterman called her from her office during the show. In January 2001, Letterman began to call her regularly as an on-air feature of the show. Said Birkitt, “He started talking to me more, and we developed a rapport.”
By 2002, She began to be featured on the Late Show as a character which was outside of her role as Letterman’s assistant. She appeared during the CBS Mailbag segment several times, sometimes putting on costumes that related to that specific ongoing festival or event. She also interviewed Survivor castoffs, asking them, “Did you see or touch any monkeys?” this was much to the feigned displeasure of Letterman.
She was named No. 21 in USA Today’s “Pop Candy’s 100 People of the Year!” list in 2002. As herself, in 2002 and 2006, she gave on-air reports from the sites of the Winter Olympics. Between 1996 and 2008, she made more than 250 appearances on the show. She had completed her law school education by the time of her final appearances on the show, in the fall of 2008.