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Overview (3)

Born in The Bronx, New York City, New York, USA
Birth NameStacey Lauretta Dash
Height 5' 5" (1.65 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Stacey Dash was born in the Bronx, New York. Stacy knew that she wanted to act, and from an early age began to act professionally. She made regular appearances on The Cosby Show (1984), The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (1990), and also St. Elsewhere (1982). At 21 she made her feature film debut in Enemy Territory (1987), which was quickly followed by Moving (1988), in which she played Richard Pryor's teenage daughter. Four years later she was in Mo' Money (1992), with Damon Wayans. In 1994 she starred with Mark Wahlberg in Renaissance Man (1994). In 1995 she did the provocative erotic thriller Illegal in Blue (1995) and later that year got her big break when was cast as Dionne in the hit comedy Clueless (1995). She went on to star in the UPN sitcom Clueless (1996) that was based on the movie, and which lasted for two years. During that time she completed Oliver Stone's Cold Around the Heart (1997) and also the independent film Personals (1999). After leaving "Clueless" in 1999, Stacey seems to be moving along nicely. She has recently appeared in The Painting (2001) and Paper Soldiers (2002).

- IMDb Mini Biography By: bcnu_84@hotmail.com

Spouse (4)

Jeffrey Marty (6 April 2018 - present)
Emmanuel Xuereb (7 July 2007 - 21 September 2011) ( divorced)
James Maby (26 February 2005 - 2006) ( divorced)
Brian Lovell (16 July 1999 - 200?) ( divorced) ( 1 child)

Trivia (14)

Played a 17-year-old in Clueless (1995) when she was really in her late 20s.
Sister of Internet wunderkind Darien Dash, CEO of DME Interactive Holdings.
Cousin of Damon Dash.
Is of Mexican and Afro-Bajan descent.
Graduated from Paramus High School in Paramus, NJ.
Is mentioned in the song "Drop" by Timbaland (Timbaland) and Magoo.
Her first role was as Bambi's mother in a elementary play.
A former Democrat, she came out in favor of Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney in 2012. She was hired by right-wing TV network FoxNews as a political commentator in 2014 and became known for her strident and vocal criticism of President Barack Obama, for which she received much criticism from those who said that Fox only hired her so it could have a "black face" who criticized Obama, and predicted that as soon as Obama left office Fox would get rid of her. Two days after the election of Donald Trump as President in 2016, Fox fired her. During her tenure @ FOX, on January 20, 2016 on the FOX and Friends segment where she commented about the lack of diversity with the Oscars, she was accused by members of the African American community of being a traitor where her comments were directed at Black-centric awards e.g. BET Awards, NAACP Image Awards (one of her responses was that if one was awarded they have to be African American - the Image Awards did have non-African Americans who have been nominated) which included her line of excising the BET Network (which she referred to as a special network for Blacks when calling for inclusion, especially her remark about "segregation or integration"; she did not take the reaction from BET executives where she wrote on her Patheos blog a day later (January 21, 2016) where she stated that BET lies to Black people and anything that promotes segregation is bad). She also stated that there should not be a Black History Month (Dash appropriated this from actor Morgan Freeman who made the same comment on 60 Minutes which aired on December 15, 2015 - her comment on Fox and Friends was later contradicted at the 2016 Oscars when she said the "Happy Black History Month" line and read some Twitter posts which attacked her betrayal of the African American community - a few months later she attacked actor Jesse Williams during the 2016 BET Awards calling him a "Hollywood Plantation Slave" where a majority of African Americans who have social media accounts responded to Dash that she either reparate money back to those who paid her and/or requesting her to stay off television. Houston rapper Willie D (of the Geto Boys) mentioned her in a lyric to a controversial rap song which attacked prominent African Americans and Hispanics who sell out their respective communities - he stated that she is useless. During an Entertainment Tonight interview with Nischelle Turner that aired on June 2, 2016 Dash revealed that her representation in Hollywood have abandoned her for good (she responded that Hollywood ostracized her because of her turncoat status as a Republican while promoting her book 'From Clueless to Conservative' - in this interview she allegedly made disparaging remarks about the transgendered community where she suggested that transgendered people should be using the bushes for a restroom while exploring a run for the White House.
Has two children - a son Austin Williams (b. October 29, 1991) with her ex-boyfriend, Christopher Williams (they dated from 1984 to 1992) and a daughter Lola Lovell (b. May 10, 2003) with her ex-husband Brian Lovell.
Posed in the August 2006 issue of Playboy.
Dash voted for Barack Obama in the 2008 presidential election.
In 2012, she switched her party affiliation from Democratic to Republican.
She is a registered Republican as of 2012, and endorse both Mitt Romney for the 2012 presidential election and Donald Trump for the 2016 presidential election.
(April 6, 2018) Married her fourth husband Jeffrey Marty, a lawyer, in Florida just 10 days after they met. She is now a step-mother of three.

Personal Quotes (2)

I took the bus, I took the train, I did whatever I had to do, and I went into the city and auditioned for things.
I came across awful characters when I got some kind of status and came to Hollywood. Then you have directors trying to sleep with you, assuming that you will do things because of the way you dress.

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