|This article is about the TV Series character. You may be looking for her Comic Series counterpart or the other doctor in the Comic Series.|
|Age||Late 30's to mid 40's|
|First Appearance||"Walk With Me"|
|Last Appearance||"Made to Suffer"|
|Series lifespan||"Walk With Me" to "Made to Suffer|
|Dr. Stevens (TV Series) Gallery|
Donzaleigh Abernathy Gallery
- "That's not up to me to say."
- —Dr. Stevens to Andrea and Michonne.[src]
Dr. Stevens is a resident living in Woodbury and the local doctor of the settlement.
Almost nothing is known about Dr. Stevens' life before or as the outbreak began. It is possible that she lived in or near Woodbury. It is also possible she was a trained doctor.
Dr. Stevens is currently performing as a doctor within Woodbury, giving assistance to sick citizens. She is seen caring for Andrea, and talking to Lieutenant Welles with The Governor about the helicopter crash and the location of the National Guard military convoy. When The Governor gives the word, she leaves him alone with the Lieutenant.
Dr. Stevens is mentioned by The Governor when talking with Michonne about the fate of Lieutenant Welles. He stated that she was unable to revive him, and that he was cremated, although it is presumed that what he stated was untrue as Welles' head is located in his aquariums.
Dr. Stevens treated The Governor at the clinic after he was stabbed in the eye by Michonne.
Dr. Stevens is mentioned by Andrea, saying that she is taking care of the 9 injured Woodbury residents after the attack.
Dr. Stevens is mentioned by The Governor to Tyreese, stating that she will be in shortly to check on him and the rest of his group.
Following the failed prison assault in "Welcome to the Tombs", Dr. Stevens' fate is unknown. It is possible she was among the townspeople murdered by The Governor out on the road as she was not seen at the prison with the remaining townspeople.
This list shows the victims Dr. Stevens has killed:
- Possibly numerous counts of zombies.
- "Walk With Me"
- "Killer Within" (Mentioned)
- "Made to Suffer"
- "The Suicide King" (Mentioned)
- "I Ain't a Judas" (Mentioned)
- Dr. Stevens was credited for "The Suicide King" but the scene was deleted.
- Her appearance in the Comic Series was that of a Caucasian male in his late 40's, while his TV counterpart is that of an African-American female in her mid 30's to early 40's.
- She is the first character whose ethnicity has been changed from Caucasian to African-American for the TV Series, the second being Bob Stookey.