Stacey Dash

Born Jan 20, 1967

Stacey Lauretta Dash is an American film and television actress.

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1967 Birth Born on January 20, 1967.


1982 15 Years Old Dash made her first television appearance in the NBC crime drama pilot Farrell: For the People starring Valerie Harper and Ed O'Neill in 1982, which did not make it past its pilot episode.
1985 18 Years Old Her first notable appearance was as Michelle in the 1985 The Cosby Show episode "Denise's Friend" and in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.


1988 21 Years Old 1 More Event
Dash's first substantial television role was in the 1988 series TV 101. … Read More
1995 28 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1995, Dash starred as a femme fatale in the low-budget film Illegal in Blue.
1996 29 Years Old In 1996, the film spawned a television spin-off of the same name, in which Dash reprised her role as Dionne. … Read More


1999 - 2001 2 More Events
2004 37 Years Old In 2004, Dash was featured in a music video by Kanye West, labelmate of her cousin Damon Dash, for the single "All Falls Down".
2005 38 Years Old She then was wed to James Maby from 2005 to 2006, and to Emmanuel Xuereb from 2009 to 2011.
Dash posed nude in the August 2006 issue of Playboy.


2007 40 Years Old In 2007, she completed filming roles in I Could Never Be Your Woman, Nora's Hair Salon II, Fashion Victim, Ghost Image and American Primitive.
For 2008 release, she filmed Phantom Punch, Secrets of a Hollywood Nurse, and Close Quarters.
2009 - 2010 2 More Events
2011 44 Years Old 1 More Event
In 2011, Dash starred in the first season of VH1's first scripted series, Single Ladies, playing Valerie "Val" Stokes, described as a "'good girl' looking for a good man".
In 2012, Dash starred as Lisa, the female lead in the film Dysfunctional Friends.
2013 46 Years Old In April 2013, she criticized hip hop singers Jay-Z and Beyoncé's trip to Cuba. … Read More
2015 48 Years Old On the December 7, 2015 edition of Outnumbered, Dash made a remark about President Barack Obama's address regarding Islamic terrorism that took place the day before, suggesting the president didn't "give a shit" about terrorism. … Read More
In 2016, Dash received criticism when she argued that the BET Awards lied to black people about news regarding the boycotting of the Oscars due to lack of ethnic diversity, and called for an end to Black History Month. … Read More
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