The actor-producer is best known for her turn as New York Assistant DA Alexandra Cabot on NBC’s long-running procedural, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
She most recently starred alongside Shaun Benson in the Lifetime TV movie A House on Fire, playing a wife and mother struggling with mental illness and substance abuse problems. She also portrayed Ivanka Trump in Comedy Central special A President Show Documentary and starred in Adult Swim’s Neon Joe.
Additional credits on the TV side include 30 Rock, Happy Endings, Rescue Me, Grey’s Anatomy, Odd Mom Out, Made in Jersey, Nightcap and Conviction. March also has appeared in such films as The Invention of Lying, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Who We Are Now, The Treatment, Falling for Grace and Innocence.
March made her Broadway debut in a 1999 adaptation of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, also starring Brian Dennehy. She later co-starred alongside Liev Schreiber in the Broadway premiere of Eric Bogosian’s Talk Radio and has been seen off-Broadway alongside Jason Biggs in Boys Life.
In 2019, she made her debut as executive producer on The Social Ones, a social media mockumentary in which she also starred. The film premiered at the Cinequest Film and Creativity Festival in Silicon Valley and the Los Angeles Film Festival. The film went on to win Cinequest’s Award for Best Comedy Feature and was released wide on March 3, 2020.
March continues to be represented by agent and attorney George J Hiltzik at Hiltzik Strategies.
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