Stacy Chbosky

SAG-AFTRA, AEA

As a young lass, Stacy "Shuh-BOSS-key" Chbosky wrote and illustrated a children's book called "Who Owns the Sun?" that was adapted into a movie by Disney and a ballet narrated by James Earl Jones. She was also named one of the "20 Best and Brightest High School Seniors" in the country by "USA Today." After graduating with a BFA in theater from Carnegie Mellon University, Stacy tooled around Europe and the U.S. in musicals like "Damn Yankees!" (starring Jerry Lewis) and "The Rocky Horror Show." In New York, Stacy wrote and performed with the popular all-girl sketch group "Shirley Chickenpants," earning praise from "Playboy" and a dozen other magazines. After moving to LA, Stacy was cast as a series regular in pilots of "The Jamie Foxx Sketch Show" and Nancy Pimental's "Welcome to Somerset, MA."

In addition to acting in sketch comedy, Stacy recently starred in "The Poughkeepsie Tapes," a horror film that was picked up by MGM at the Tribeca Film Festival and is slated for a Winter 2008 release. The film was directed by her delightful husband, John Dowdle. Other creative outlets include writing lots of funny screenplays and books, singing for the punk band "Skum" and co-creating a nutso variety hybrid called "The Stacy Show" with Bruce Smith. Stacy comes from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and does an awesome Pittsburgh accent.

Roles in Screen Gem "Quarantine" and MGM's "The Poughkeepsie Tapes." Guest star on Disney's "Jessie" and Nickelodeon's "Victorious." Former lead singer of the punk rock band Skum.

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