|Knight Rider Character|
|Real Name||Stephanie "Stevie" Mason|
|Affiliations|| Knight Industries|
|Related Characters||Michael Knight|
One day, while carrying a suitcase for her boss, Stephanie was arrested for her supposed involvement in a money laundering scheme. The Justice Department has given Stephanie the option of turning in her boss Gilbert Cole, or face conspiracy charges. She refused, still believing him to be innocent.
Michael learns of her predicament and seeks to help her. Unfortunately, he was engaged to her when he was Michael Long and Stephanie thinks he is dead. The situation intensifies when Cole sends thugs to eliminate her before she can testify before a grand jury. Meanwhile, as she spends more time with Michael. She can't help but find him familiar in some way. She gets very close to discovering Michael's secret identity several times before he finally catches the men after her.
She meet Michael again, now as a singer of the rock band "Class Action", by the name of Stevie March. With her identity changed, Stevie joined the band and to start over. Michael infiltrates the group by becoming their new lead singer. Michael and Stevie work together to put a stop to the manager, Paul Block, the producers scheming.
Sometime later, Micheal is attacked and thinks about quiting the Foundation. So Devon calls in Stevie to help. She agrees, and she and Michael spend catch up. Unfortunately, she can't convince him to stay with the Foundation. Instead, he convinces her to marry him, and she agrees. Sadly, at almost the exact moment the pair were proclaimed husband and wife, Stevie was shot by someone trying to kill Michael. Stevie died before an ambulance could arrive.
- David Hasslehoff and Catherine Hickland were married in real life after the filming of "White Bird." They later divorced in the year 1989.