Christian | Mother | Actress | Interior Designer | Warrior
Best known for her role as Dionne in the 1995 hit comedy Clueless, as well as many other movies and TV roles, actress Stacey Dash is a Christian, a mother and an Interior Designer on a mission – to help others transform.
Born and raised in the South Bronx, New York, of African-American and Mexican descent, Stacey’s life has been a public chronicle filled with stardom, glamor, violence, politics and controversy.
But most of all – it’s Stacey’s untold story that is the most powerful story of all.
Hers is a rich inner journey of courage in the face of loss, neglect, abuse and pain. A deeply moving story filled with humanity, courage, faith, compassion and hope.
In finding the warrior inside herself, Stacey’s quest is to transform pain into love, darkness into light and loneliness into strength. Her focus is on where she is going and not where she’s been, and she is dedicated to supporting others to do the same.
From ‘victim’ to victory, Stacey shows how transformation and ‘starting over’ is a possibility for all.
Gifted with a keen eye for design and a love of colour, line and texture, Stacey recreates interiors in people’s homes, whilst supporting them as they find their path to transformation. She knows that the only way to change is through grace, forgiveness of self and forgiveness of others. It’s only once this has been achieved, that one can find love, light and joy.
Stacey Dash creates beauty from the inside out. With a sensitive intuition for design, her interiors are spaces of refuge that exude a sense of belonging where one feels safe, grounded and inspired.
Stacey Dash supports an array of community projects that share her vision to create safe, nurturing and caring environments – particularly for children, young people and those most in need.
In my life, I’ve made many mistakes. A daughter of addicts, I grew up in the South Bronx – the furthest imaginable place from the glamor of Hollywood. Here it was easier to be mad than sad. My anger might have kept me alive, but I remained angry for over 45 years. I have come to realize that being angry is not sustainable. It is not the way forward.
I am here to share my story and what I’ve learned in the face of great loss, adversity and being a public outcast. I now know how to deal with my demons and mistakes. I have a greater understanding of what it takes to come through the darkness, and that is with courage, humility and surrender, which has brought me to a place of love and grace.