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A native of Las Vegas, Stacy didn't get hit by the acting bug until high school, after years of competitive gymnastics, with a bit of volleyball, diving, and cross country.  Half way through college at UNLV, after working on MTV and the hits CSI: Las Vegas, Miss Congeniality 2, and What Happens In Vegas, she knew acting was her passion and wanted to make a career out of it. She graduated with a BS in Business Management with a minor in Theatre and moved to Los Angeles.

Shortly after her arrival to the LA scene, she landed a part in the world-premiere play "The Columbine Project." Centered around the massacre of

April 20, 1999, the play opened to rave reviews, including a "WOW" from StageScene LA. By the time the play ended after two extensions, the cast was informed there would be an Off-Broadway run. A month later, rehearsals began at the Actors' Temple Theatre in Manhattan. The official opening date was August 9, the birthday of survivor Crystal Woodman-Miller, who Stacy portrayed.

The New York City experience proved to be life-changing for Stacy and the rest of the cast. She even had the opportunity to showcase her musical talents by playing piano as part of the show. "The Columbine Project" closed October 29, and Stacy decided to stay in NYC a few months longer leaving room for even more experiences, including auditioning (and a callback) for the Academy Award-winning film "Black Swan" and performing numerous times as Bearemy for Build-A-Bear, including the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Upon returning to LA, Stacy was determined to make life as exciting and eventful as it was in New York. She immediately started auditioning, and within a year and a half booked seven shorts, the play "When It Rains Gasoline," filmed Bold and the Beautiful, and three episodes of Clashing Worlds for LMU.

More recently, she had a blast filming an International Black Berry commercial and working with Barringer, a 150lb mastiff, "Haunting Charles Manson," playing Manson's 16 year old mother in a horror short, NBC's Parks and Recreation, commercials for belVita, Phillips 66, Camelot Scratchers in the UK, and numerous voice over projects for PlayKids, Yulu Toys, Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, and more.

In her spare time, Stacy enjoys spending time with her nephews and nieces, playing piano, ukulele, "Circus School," the great outdoors, arts & crafts, and volunteering at church.

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