As a girl, her dream was to be in the entertainment business. She eventually began landing acting and modeling jobs; some with one of her four children on NBC’s ‘The Today Show’ past and current. In addition to working as an actress and host — as well as designing her own brand of handbags and clothing — Stacy focuses on art production and sales. She also works with The Gallery Steiner of Vienna, Austria, who specialize in contemporary art, and the iconic Saloman Arts Gallery, as well as curating art shows in Montauk. She had lead roles in Off-Broadway plays, including Diamond in ‘The Grinder’ and Wonder Woman in ‘Superman’s Defeat.’
Stacy’s television credits include a recurring role in Solace Films Nightbirds playing Anastasia, a prosecutor in Netflix’s Innocence Files, the mother in Oxygen Network’s ‘My Crazy Love,’ and the ballet teacher in Ashton Kutcher’s A Plus Media Networks. Stacy had appearances on ABC’s ‘Good Morning America’ women’s lifestyle segments and also played Mrs. Franzese on National Geographic Channel’s ‘Inside The American Mob.’ Recent films include ‘3 Doors from Paradise,’ ‘The Dirty Kind,’ and ‘Apocalypsis.’
Print advertisements and commercials include Capital One, Verizon, Mercedes Benz, Flywheel, Rise by WeWork, I Love NY, Nature’s Bounty, Cover Girl, and Lancôme. Stacy also strongly believes in contributing to various causes and is involved in many charitable organizations. A few include: Delta Gamma Sorority at UCLA, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and Wounded Warrior Project. She received her BA from Tel Aviv University, her MA in Communications from Wright State University and her MBA from Fordham University. Stacy is a long time sports enthusiast and loves dancing, surfing, skiing, horseback riding, and anything challenging.