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Stephanie Pratt Biography
- Stephanie Lynn Pratt (born April 11, 1986) is an American reality television personality. In 2007, she rose to prominence after joining the cast of The Hills, a former MTV reality television series, during its third season. In 2007, Pratt joined the cast of The Hills during the third season, as Spencer's angry sister who confronted Lauren Conrad. She eventually apologized to Lauren and became one of her close friends, causing a rift between her and Spencer. The fourth season saw Pratt's role increased, with more emphasis placed on her personal life and her past drug abuse. During the fifth season, Stephanie worked with Lauren at Kelly Cutrone's People's Revolution, though Lauren ended Pratt's internship, per Cutrone's orders, due to poor performance. Conrad left the series after the first half of the season.
Stephanie Pratt Filmography
- (2013) Speidi: Scandal, Secrets & Surgery! as Herself
- (2012) The Hit List with Stephanie Pratt as Herself
- (2012) The Hit List with Stephanie Pratt as Herself - Host
- (2012) The Hit List with Stephanie Pratt as Stephanie Pratt
- (2011) 25th Annual Genesis Awards as Herself
- (2010) The Spin Crowd as Herself
- (2009) 2009 MTV Movie Awards as Herself
- (2009) MTV Video Music Awards 2009 as Herself
- (2008) Drama in the Hills: US Weekly Presents the Top 10 Most Memorable Moments Ever as Herself
- (2008) MTV Video Music Awards 2008 as Herself
- (2008) The Hills: Spoof'd as Herself
- (2008) The Wendy Williams Show as Herself
- (2006) The Hills as Herself
- (2005) The Tyra Banks Show as Herself - Guest
- (2004) The Soup as Herself
- (1981) Entertainment Tonight as Herself
Stephanie Pratt Trivia and Facts
- Battling bulimia [June 17, 2009].
- Younger sister of Spencer Pratt.
- Sister-in-law of Heidi Montag and Holly Montag.
- Arrested on October 17, 2009 in Los Angeles for DUI.
- Pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor DUI in a Los Angeles court on November 13, 2009 and will enroll in a 30-day residential rehab facility.