The actor who played the lead character in LazyTown has paid tribute to her late co-star Stefan Karl Stefansson, who died from cancer aged Julianna Rose Mauriello, who played pink-haired Stephanie in the children's programme, took to social media pay homage to him. Stefansson was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in and initially appeared to be on the path to recovery after surgery. A poignant final post on Instagram, shared more than a year before his death, was a thank you message to fans who supported him during his illness. You give me hope and you all move me. You made my childhood worthwhile, Stefan, as you did with many other children who are blessed with your memory.
Where Is Julianna Rose Mauriello Now And Why Was She Arrested?
Stephanie from LazyTown – aka Julianna Rose Mauriello – isn't actually acting any more | Metro News
Many are wondering what happened to the teen since then and many find it odd that she has seemed to just disappear into oblivion. Tabloids have shared a few wild stories about Julianna being arrested for prostitution. Some other stories indicated that she had ended her life with a drug overdose, but these rumors are simply not true. The popular actress and dancer has dropped out of the limelight to enjoy a little bit of privacy these days and she is currently attending Columbia University. This is quite a switch, but the talented and brainy young lady is pursuing her educational goals with a career that will serve her well in the future. Some of the best photos show her and her dog going through the pains of training. He seems fond of tearing into a box of tissues every now and then.
Stephanie from LazyTown – aka Julianna Rose Mauriello – looks a little different these days
Julianna Rose Mauriello was just 13 years old when the tv show that made her famous first graced the boob tube. But all eyes were definitely on Stephanie Tuesday morning as she was hauled out of the Windsor Lux hotel in Birmington, Virginia. LazyTown w as criticized when it originally aired as being wildly inappropriate in its treatment of the innocent young character. Producers of the show, speaking on background, were quick to point out that the legal age of consent in Iceland is 15, which Mauriello was for much of the shows run, and that this meant by default that the show was in no way inappropriate, no matter how overtly sexual in nature it was. The age of consent in England, where the show also aired, is only 16, meaning that it was also appropriate, even if only from a victim grooming perspective.