|Known relatives:|| Jessica Kimble (mother)|
Steven Freeman (father)
Diana Kimble (grandmother;deceased)
Jason Voorhees (great-half-uncle)
Free Jefferson (cousin)
Elias Voorhees (grandfather)
|Year of birth:||1993|
|Year of death:|
|First appearance:||Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday|
|Portrayed by:||Brooke Scher|
Stephanie Kimble appears in Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday. She is the daughter of Jessica Kimble and Steven Freeman, and the great-niece of Jason Voorhees. In Jason Goes to Hell, she is a baby, being taking care of by her mother Jessica, while her father Steven wants nothing to do with both Jessica and the baby and refuses to grow up and taking responsibility. Her great-uncle Jason tries to use her to be reborn in another body, instead he used the body of her dead grandmother Diana, but is stopped and sent to Hell by Jessica and Steven, with an enchanted dagger and Stephanie along with her parents reunite as they walk off into the sunset.
Stephanie reappears in the comic book Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash: The Nightmare Warriors. Now a teenager, she suffers from nightmares about Jason Voorhees. Her mother Jessica (the protagonist of Jason Goes To Hell ) has died a few years prior to her adolescence, and her father has spent thousands of dollars on psychiatric help for her, but none of it has been successful. Eventually, the family are contacted by Dr. Maggie Burroughs, who is forming a group of people who have survived Jason Voorhees and Freddy Krueger. Steven is cynical, but Stephanie insists they let her help them. However, when the group meets up for the first time, they are attacked by Jason and Stephanie watches helplessly as her father is murdered in front of her. Upon discovering that, as a Voorhees, she is destined to become a killer just like her great-uncle, Stephanie dons a similar hockey mask and, during the final showdown, impales Jason with a machete, which weakens him enough for Tommy Jarvis to finish him off.
- Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993)
- Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash: The Nightmare Warriors (2009)