Leslie Stefanson (Leslie Ann Stefanson) was born in May, 1971 in Fargo, North Dakota, USA to Corinne L Stefanson and Randolph E Stefanson. Leslie Stefanson is 45 years old in 2017. She is an American model, actress and sculptor. She is 5′ 11½” (1.82 m).
Leslie is most known for playing Capt. Elisabeth Campbell in the The General’s Daughter (1999).
The General’s Daughter is a crime film directed by Simon West and starring John Travolta. The movie centers around the mysterious death of a prominent Army general’s daughter. Leslie A Stefanson also starred in Unbreakable (2000) and As Good as It Gets (1997).
Leslie Stefanson Family
Leslie’s partner is the famous American actor James Spader (Avengers: Age of Ultron; Secretary; Stargate; Pretty in Pink; Sex, Lies, and Videotape; Crash; Mannequin). They met on the set of the Alien Hunter (2003), and have been together since 2002 to present. Leslie Stefanson and James Spader got engaged in 2008. In August, 2008 Leslie gave birth to her first child – Nathaneal, a son by James Spader.
The couple are often pictured together at various events, including the Annual Golden Globe Awards, movie premiers, the US Open. They are also often spotted out on a stroll with their son and dog, such as out for morning coffee in Manhattan, NY. Nathaneal is James Spader’s youngest child; James is also father to two elder sons with his ex-wife decorator Victoria Kheel (they were married from1987 to 2004).
Leslie Stefanson Art
Over the last decade, the model and actress Leslie Stefanson has been focusing on her career as a sculptor. Leslie works primarily in bronze, but sometimes also in terracotta and brass.
Leslie Stefanson studied human anatomy under Robert Cunningham, a master sculptor from Los Angeles. Stefanson favors the female form as her primary subject, and famously casts masturbating or sexually aroused solitary women.
A native of North Dakota, she grew up in Moorhead, Minnesota, and then moved to New York City and obtained an undergraduate degree in English literature at Barnard College. She also studied at Alliance Francaise, NYC.
Leslie Stefanson divides her time between New York and Los Angeles. Ms. Stefanson had her first show in summer 2011 at Rourke Art Gallery Museum in Moorhead, Minnesota, which exhibited her 2004 bronze – I Myself Alone.