Stacey J. Aswad
Name: Stacey J. Aswad
Stacey J. Aswad is a TV personality, actress and voice-over artist.

Early LifeEdit

Stacey started out as a competitive artistic roller skater at the age of five and went on to become a five time national champion in the same sport. Using her roller skating skills, she started learning ballet and while still in high school, Stacey joined a professional ballet company. She went on to earn a BFA in Dance from The Juilliard School in New York City and after graduation, she danced and choreographed professionally in New York and around the country. Seeking new and different challenges and to see the range of artistic opportunities in other parts of the country, Stacey left New York and headed to the Midwest.

Stacey continued her professional performing career in ballet, modern and jazz throughout the Midwest and also joined the faculty at The Youth Performing Arts School in Louisville, Kentucky, teaching dance to middle and high school students. During this time, she developed an interest in acting and had a natural talent for it. After booking many regional commercials, industrials and voice-overs, she relocated to Charlotte, North Carolina. There she scored some national commercials and voice-overs and the series regular role of Andi Ramsey, on the television series, 7th Street Theater, now airing on multiple cable networks worldwide.


Then in 2005, Stacey was chosen to host the TV series Walt Disney World's Top 7 Must Sees and then later in that same year she hosted Richard Kraft's documentary Finding Kraftland.

In 2007, Stacey moved to Los Angeles and started doing a countess number of hosting, acting and voice-over jobs for companies including McDonald's, Acura, Time Warner Cable, Bud Light, AT&T and Toyota.

In 2012, Stacey was selected to become the new announcer for season three of Family Game Night replacing Burton Richardson. However, she was later proceeded by Andrew Kishino in 2013 until 2014.


Official Website