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March 4, 1965 |
Glasgow, Montana, United States
|Spouse(s)||Eddie Bowz (1996-present)|
Stacy Edwards (born March 4, 1965) is an American actress.
Stacy Edwards was born in Glasgow, Montana, the daughter of Patty and Preston Edwards, who was an Air Force officer. She grew up all over the world, from Guam to Alabama. At 18, she received a scholarship to the Lou Conte Dance Studio in Chicago and began her performance career as a dancer and actress. She portrayed Hayley Benson on NBC daytime drama Santa Barbara from 1986 to 1988. (Julia Roberts had unsuccessfully auditioned for the role.) She also had a role on the main cast of the medical drama Chicago Hope as Dr. Lisa Catera for 2 seasons from 1997 to 1999.
In 1998, Edwards appeared as Jennifer Rogers in Mike Nichols' Primary Colors, playing the lesbian lover of Kathy Bates' character. She appeared in an episode of The Mentalist that aired September 30, 2010 and recently in a commercial for Bank of America. She also guest starred on The Lying Game for a couple of episodes as Annie Hobbs and appeared on the seventeenth episode of the first season in the series Hawaii Five-0 as Mrs. Brown.
|2013||Castle (TV Series)||Jessica Banks||Season 5, Episode 24 "Watershed"|
|The Bling Ring||Debbie|
|2011||The Lying Game||Annie Hobbs|
|2010||Diary of a Wimpy Kid||Aunt Loretta|
|2007||Criminal Minds (TV Series)||Charlotte Cutler (Burn Victim)||Season 2 Episode 19 "Ashes and Dust"|
|Private Practice (TV series)||Maria Wilson|
|Superbad||Evan's Mom Jane|
|2004||House, M.D. (TV Series)||Lucy Palmeiro (Diagnosed Schizophrenic)||Season 1 Episode 6 "The Socratic Method" |
|Local Boys||Jessica Dobson|
|2001||Prancer Returns||Denise Holton|
|2000||Four Dogs Playing Poker||Holly|
|The Next Best Thing||Finn|
|Mexico City||Mitch Cobb|
|Black and White||Sheila King|
|1998||Primary Colors||Jennifer Rogers|
|1997||Men Seeking Women||Jennifer|
|In the Company of Men||Christine|
|Tumbling After||Jill Gates|
|1993||Relentless III||Toni Keely|
|Private Lessons II||Mrs. Cooper|
|1991||Sons and Daughters (TV Series)||Lindy Hammersmith|
|1990||Spontaneous Combustion||Peggy Bell|
- "Stacy Edwards Biography (1965-)". FilmReference.com. Retrieved September 3, 2011.
- "Stacy Edwards". TV.com. Retrieved August 6, 2011.