Niznik died unexpectedly in Encino, California on June 23.
So far, no cause of death has been revealed for Stephanie Niznik.
She's best known for playing Nina Feeney, the neighbour of the Brown family, on the drama series Everwood from 2002-2006. She also had a recurring role on "Life is Wild" and guested on "Lost", "NCIS" and "CSI: Miami".
In "Star Trek: Insurrection", Maine essayed the role of Perim. Niznik returned to the franchise to play the Wraith in the show's Rogue Planet episode, Star Trek after watching the movie Star Trek.
She played Maggie Bryce in The Sentinel (1996), Rose in Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman (1997), Debra Carbol in Sliders (1997), Lt. "Hobo" Green in JAG (1997), Dr. Roget in the 1998 TV film Mr. Murder, and Kelly Short in the TV film Emma's Wish (1998). A particular reunion was organized in honor of the collection' 15th Anniversary.
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Stephanie Niznik wanted to become a geneticist. She graduated from Duke University with majors in theater and Russian. She then began her acting career with roles in television series.
Stephanie also spent time volunteering and was active in hunger, children and animal rescue organizations.
The second the information of her dying was introduced on social media, there have been reactions from her co-workers and followers.
Stephanie Niznik was 52 years old when she died. In accordance with, U.S. publication Selection, the dying of Stephanie Niznik was "surprising". Niznik is reportedly survived by her mother, stepfather, brother, sister-in-law, niece and nephews, aunt and uncle, and her beloved dogs, Nucleus and Jake.