PHOTOS! Here again are pictures plus diary details of Stephanie Birkitt aka “Vicky” on David Letterman’s Late Show. Stephanie Birkitt’s diary was relevant in the arrest of 48 Hours show producer Robert Joe Halderman claims … 48 hours’ website today.
48 Hours claims pages from Birkitt’s personal diary were copied.Â The report states “Halderman apparently copied the pages from Birkitt’s dairy before they broke up … officials said.”
Regina Lasko Pictures
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Stephanie Birkitt Pictures
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Robert “Joe ” Halderman Picture
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Birkitt herself also once worked for 48 Hours. But TV audiences will remember Birkitt for her on camera appearances on The Late Show as “Vicky” often named “Smitty,” “Kitty,” “Monty,” “Gunter,” and “Dutch.” Birkitt joined the show in 1996 as an intern. By 2002, she was already giving on air reports from the Winter Olympics.
In a recent interview, Stephanie Birkitt said her segments with Letterman are natural:
“My on-air calls with Dave however, are unrehearsed and just natural conversation between the two of us.”
On Letterman, she says the following:
“I do have a great deal of fun with all of the opportunities and experiences this job affords me. Working for Dave is great though. Aside from being incredibly funny and personable he is generous, kind, and is great fun to play catch with. I really couldnât ask for a more fun work environment. Dave is truly the greatest boss I could ever have.”
Birkitt’s interview explains how she got the job:
I am an assistant to David Letterman. I got this job following a college internship in the writersâ department at the show. I did my internship in the spring of 1996, returned to school for one more year, and graduated in 1997. Following graduation I moved to New York and worked at CBS News â48 Hoursâ then eventually ended up at the âLate Showâ again. I never lost my interest in the show and was consequently thrilled at the opportunity to work there.
I would say that the reason I enjoy my work is two-fold. For one thing the people I work with make the environment very familial. We all get along great and everyone really enjoys each other. The other thing which makes work ever-exciting is the fact that no two days are ever alike. You come to work each morning really never knowing what will happen next. Some days we all go to the movies, other days I find myself dressed in costumes or making reports on snowfall up on the roof. Things are never monotonous. I truly have a wonderfully crazy job.