About Stacey Andrade
Writer, actress, stand-up comedian and voice-over talent, Stacey Andrade started her career in entertainment, performing on the coffee table of her parent's home. She has been involved with various San Francisco improv groups, theater troops and at comedy venues throughout the Bay Area.
Stacey has always enjoyed writing short stories as well. She wrote and starred in At The Bus Stop, which she performed for both stage and video. At The Bus Stop debuted at film festivals statewide, including the California Independent Film Festival. She has had many articles and personal essays published and is proud to have successfully written and published two books of short stories as well, Tales, Tails and More Tales and Ha-Ha-a-Go-Go.
Stacey has been performing in plays for Onstage Theater in Pleasant Hill, California for over a decade and is currently workshopping a one woman show featuring her own characters, monologues and music soon to debut.
Stacey was nominated for a Shellie Award for best actress in 2011 for the Onstage Theater production of Christmas Belles.
Stacey Andrade lives in Northern California with her husband, Derek and their Pug, Rocky.