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'SVU' costar Stephanie March lands CBS legal drama

Stephanie March returned this season to "Law & Order: SVU" in a semi-recurring role.

Story highlights

  • Stephanie March plays ADA Alexandra Cabot on "Law & Order: SVU"
  • March has landed the part of Natalie in CBS' "Baby Big Shot."
  • March's character is "Spence-educated Manhattan royalty," a high-ranking law firm associate
"Law & Order: SVU" costar Stephanie March has just landed a key role in a CBS drama pilot.
March, who plays ADA Alexandra Cabot on the long-running NBC crime drama, has landed the part of Natalie in CBS' "Baby Big Shot." The project is a legal drama about a working-class woman (Janet Montgomery) who uses her street smarts to compete with her more polished colleagues at top New York law firms.
March's character is "Spence-educated Manhattan royalty," a high-ranking law firm associate who aspires to run the firm someday. Kyle MacLachlan also costars in the project.
March was an "SVU" series regular during seasons 2, 3, and 4 and went part-time in seasons 5, 6, 10, and 11, then returned this season in a semi-recurring role. If "Baby Big Shot" gets a series order, we're told she could still potentially make appearances on "SVU."