Stacey Dash Net Worth 2020, Bio, Wiki, Height, Weight, Awards and Instagram
Stacey Dash Net Worth 2020– Stacey Lauretta Dash is an American television and film actress. She was in films like Clueless (1995), Moving, Mo’ Money, Renaissance man and View from the Top.
Her television works as Crime Scene Investigation, Single Ladies. Stacey was on reality television show: Celebrity Circus. Stacey co-hosted on Fox News talk show Outnumbered.
Stacey Dash was born as Stacey Lauretta Dash on January 20, 1966, in Bronx, New York City. Her ancestry is Bajan, African-American and Mexican descent. Stacey’s brother, Darien founded DME Interactive – the first publicly traded African American-led Internet Company.
Stacey’s first cousin, Damon Dash was the former CEO and co-founder of Roc-A-Fella Records. Dash attended Paramus High School and graduated in 1985.
Stacey Dash married three times. Her first husband was Brian Lovell (1999 to 2005). Her second husband was James Maby (2005 – 2006). Her third husband was Emmanuel Xuereb (2009-2011).
Stacey has two children: son, Austin (b. 1991, fathered by R&B singer Christopher Williams) and daughter, Lola (b. 2003, fathered by Brian Lovell).
Dash first appeared on television in the NBC crime drama Pilot Farrell, Valerie Harper and Ed O’Neill (1982) but, these did not go past the pilot episode. She was famous for her appearance as Michelle (1985), The Cosby Show episode “Denise’s Friend.”
Also, she was in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. Stacey’s first important television role was in 1988 series -TV 101 but, the series was cancelled after 13 episodes.
Stacey’s first major film role was in the Richard Pryor comedy Moving (1988). Also, same time, she took roles in Mo’ Money and Renaissance Man. In 1995, Stacey played a femme fatale in low budget film, Illegal in Blue, and in teen-comedy film, Clueless.
She played Cher’s high school best friend Dionne Davenport although she was then 28-years-old. The film became a television spin-off when Stacey played Dionne (1996-1999).
After the television series ended, Stacey was in View from the Top (2003), Gang of Roses (2003), and Getting Played (2005). She took part in other small guest roles on television shows.
These include as Eve and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. She was Vanessa Weir in television series The Strip that was unsuccessful and cancelled after many episodes.
Stacey featured in a music video by Carl Thomas for the single “Emotional” (2001). Stacey was in music video recorded by Kanye West for single: “All Falls Down” (2004). Also, she was in Marques Houston’s video: “Favorite Girl” (2006). Stacey launched her own lingerie line called Letters of Marque (2006).
Stacey enacted in Nora’s Hair Salon II, I Could Never Be Your Woman, Fashion Victim, Ghost Image and American Primitive (2007). She acted in Phantom Punch, Secrets of a Hollywood Nurse, and Close Quarters (2008).
She was in 2008-reality television series Celebrity Circus. Before the series premiere, Stacey injured herself while training; however, she performed on the trapeze bungee throughout the show and was a finalist. She finished second after Antonio Sabàto, Jr.
Stacey appeared as a recurring character on the television series, The Game (2009). She appeared in VH1’s first scripted series, Single Ladies, playing Valerie “Val” Stokes (2010). She left the series on August 31, 2011, to focus on her family.
Stacey continued to star as Lisa in Dysfunctional Friends and acted in Funny or Die (2012). Stacey used YouTube, and broadcast trailers, shorts for her web series, Stacey Dash Is Normal (2013).
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Stacey Dash was nominated for Young Artist Awards for her Best Young Supporting Actress – Feature Film Clueless (1995) in 1996.
Stacey Dash has been estimated net worth of $8.5 Million. Her main income is from film and television. She is proud owner of a house situate in the Bronx in New York, United States.