Stephanie Tum is a Cameroonian actress, model and a philanthropist. She is known in the Cinema of Cameroon for the movie Pink Poison in 2011 produced by Agbor Gilbert Ebot and as a humanitarian for her campaign dubbed GirlsAndHygiene. She was nominated for best Social Media Campaign for Mental Health Awareness at the Bonteh Digital Awards, most Influential Young Cameroonian below the age of 40 in the category of entertainment by Avance Media & COSDEF Group in 2017 and 2018 respectively.
Tum is a born Cameroonian and no information about her early life is known to the public.
Stephanie, started her acting career in 2009 and quit the screen until her return in 2013 in the movie "Viri" according to an interview with celebrity website Dcodedtv, she explains her reason for the long break
She recently starred in the Cinema of Cameroon in Shrill and Little Cindy movies in 2018. The same year, she launched EMBI company Ltd for movie production and a charity foundation to sensitize young women on menstrual hygiene, free sanitary pads distribution to young girls and according to a publication by Journal du Cameroun her foundation will distribute 10.000 sanitary pad by the end of 2019 in the Cameroon Anglophone communities. In 2010 to 2015 she was the brand ambassador for Activ Clear . She was listed amongst the most influential Cameroonians between 15–49 years in the category of entertainment by Avance Media & COSDEF Group 2018 edition and Best Social Media Campaign for Mental Health Awareness by Bonteh Digital Awards.
The Pink Poison actress is a mother of two boys.
- Pink Poison (2011) with Agbor Gilbert Ebot
- Viri (As a Cocky lawyer) 2013.
- Shrill (As a slay queen)
- Little Cindy (2017)
- The Giant Broom
== Awards and recognition ==
|2018||Most Influential Cameroonian by (Avance Media & COSDEF Group)||Entertainment||Herself||Nominated|
|2017||Bonteh Digital Awards||Best Social Media Campaign for Mental Health Awareness||Herself||Nominated|