Stephanie Zimbalist Does Double Duty Saturday, September 29th

Remington Steele star teams up with entertainment publicist/author for a signing event in Costa Mesa, California
By: JM Media Group
Sept. 23, 2007 - PRLog -- (Henderson, NV) - Stage and screen actress Stephanie Zimbalist is pulling double duty on September 29, 2007, as she teams up with entertainment publicist/author Judith A. Moose for a book signing event before treading the boards in the South Coast Repertory production of A Little Night Music.

Scheduled for 11:00AM at Borders Books in Costa Mesa, located in California’s South Coast Plaza, Zimbalist and Moose will be on hand to sign copies of the newly released book, Steele Loved After All These Years: A Remington Steele Retrospective.  The event is slated to last for one hour before Zimbalist performs in an afternoon matinee at South Coast Repertory.

Beginning its run on September 7th and closing on October 7th, A Little Night Music has met with critical acclaim, including rave reviews for Zimbalist’s performance as actress ‘Desiree Armfeldt’ in Stephen Sondheim’s most-beloved musical.  “Zimbalist's admirable lack of vanity in her tough-old-broad interpretation intensifies the heartbreak of her rendition of Send in the Clowns, the ovation for which is completely earned.” – Variety, September 17, 2007

Widely known around the world for her starring role in Remington Steele, Stephanie Zimbalist has been actively involved in theatre productions since age 12, when she landed her first role in Gypsy while attending Brown Ledge Camp in Mallett’s Bay, Vermont.  She took the stage at age 15 as the camp’s lead in Little Mary Sunshine.  Her resume includes stage appearances in Festival, The Tempest, The Cherry Orchard, The Baby Dance, The Crimson Thread, Ad Wars, Stop The World, I Want To Get Off, My One and Only, The Night of the Iguana (with father Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.), The Memory of Water, and most recently Hamlet (also with her father), 31 made-for-television movies, two feature films and guest appearances in television shows such as Judging Amy, Touched By An Angel and Crossing Jordan.  Zimbalist has won multiple awards for her stage performances and earned a Golden Globe nomination for her work in the Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation Caroline?

Steele Loved After All These Years is the latest of Judith A. Moose’s four books.  Owner of the Nevada-based PR firm JM Media Group, Moose has spent the vast majority of her life involved in projects taking place behind the scenes of the Entertainment Industry.  Aside from handling PR for various members of the entertainment community, Moose has assisted in the production of the A&E Network’s Biography episode on Joan Collins, the NBC 75th Anniversary Special and seven VH1 specials.  She currently serves as Director of Media Relations for the feature films Woman’s Story, The Hootch and Dark Butterfly.  Moose’s other titles are Together: A Sitcom Lover’s Guide To Silver Spoons, Another Time, Another Place: Quantum Leap and Glamour, Greed and Glory: Dynasty.  Most recently, Moose has been commissioned to ghostwrite a series of novels, and is planning to release two additional works of her own titled, Their Hobby Was Murder: A Look Back At Hart To Hart and Diary of a Dead Woman: Death and Resurrection at the Hand of Capital One.

Together, Zimbalist and Moose co-founded The Stephanie Zimbalist Caring For Kids Fund in 2006 to benefit the abused and neglected children being cared for by the internationally known charitable organization Childhelp.  

For information regarding A Little Night Music, visit South Coast Repertory’s website at or call the box office at 714-708-5555.  

For information regarding The Stephanie Zimbalist Caring For Kids Fund or Childhelp, visit  

Borders Books is located at 3333 Bear Street, Costa Mesa, California.  


Lori J. Lanham, Publicist
JM Media Group


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