Stacie Jones is a writer and actress who was born in Aberdeen, Washington and raised in a small town just up the road from there. After high school, Stacie studied Theater at Portland State University then moved to Los Angeles in the early 90's to study improv and sketch comedy at IO West and The Groundlings. Stacie went on to star in several national commercials and co-founded an all female sketch comedy group that performed at the HBO Workspace. In 2001, Stacie wrote content for an internet startup that was soon bought by The Walt Disney Company. Stacie then returned to school to earn a B.A. in English Literature - Creative Writing, got married and started a family. Stacie blogged about being a stay-at-home mom while learning to play her grandfather's guitar. She recorded an album of original songs at Cerf Studios in Montreal and wrote a play based on the experience that received a positive review from The Sundance Institute's Theater Program. In 2019, Stacie graduated from the Writers' Program at UCLA Ext. with a Feature Film Writing Certificate. Most recently, Stacie studied short film filmmaking at Sundance Collab.
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