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Stephanie Blair is the owner and managing director of Cosmos Lingua Inc., a language service company located in Los Angeles, California.

Since 2001, Cosmos Lingua Inc. works closely with the Walt Disney Company in creating the multi-lingual versions of their Theme Park attractions throughout Europe, Asia and the U.S. Furthermore, Cosmos Lingua, Inc. has produced multi-lingual translations for Disney of the interactive games “Bruce’s Shark Challenge” and “SEAS” (based on the movie “Finding Nemo”) as well as “Stitch in Paris” (based on the movie “Lilo & Stitch”).

Stephanie’s clients range from Warner Brothers (multi-lingual adaptations for the feature films “Criminal” and “Ocean’s 12”) to Columbia Pictures (feature film “Bad Teacher” starring Cameron Diaz and Justin Timberlake). Moreover, Cosmos Lingua has provided legal translations for Andre Agassi’s company, Agassi Enterprises, Inc.

Since 2005, the agency has on-going assignments with FOX Sports and the FOX News Channel providing simulcast interpreters for their sports programs (Spanish into English) and for their news programs (English into Spanish), with as many as 15 shows per week. Moreover, Stephanie was supervising producer for the German film shoot of the documentary “Inheritance’ produced by Steven Spielberg. Under Stephanie’s direction, Cosmos Lingua, Inc. has translated 20 episodes into 18 languages for the CBS television series “The Unit” which began its fourth season in September 2008, CBS’ TV hit “Criminal Minds”, Fox “24” and ABC’s “FlashForward”. In 2008, Cosmos Lingua has provided translation services as well as dialect coaching for over 20 languages for NBC TV series “My Own Worst Enemy” starring Christian Slater. Cosmos Lingua has also provided translations for Steven Soderbergh’s feature films “Che 1” and “Che 2” which were released in 2008. Furthermore, the agency was in charge of the translation process for the Video Game “Medal of Honor”, produced by Electronic Arts.

Moreover, Cosmos Lingua, Inc. oversees all creative aspects of foreign language commercial production such as Microsoft Corp., Honda, Kodak, Toyota, L’Oreal Paris and Macy’s for various advertising and production companies throughout Los Angeles.

Stephanie earned her Master’s Degree from the University of Hamburg, Germany and worked as a freelance translator (English>German) before settling in Southern California.