Stacey Prussman is an uninhibited, native New Yorker that has become a major player in the comedy circuit after years of working professionally in theater, television and film. Stacey was well known for the lead role of Dori in the hit Off-Broadway show Grandma Sylvia's Funeral. She has recently filmed a TV pilot with A & E and well as The Stacey Prussman show with Sparkway Productions. Stacey's numerous appearances on The Howard Stern Radio Show and the E! channel built her quite a following. She has been a guest on several XM/Sirius radio shows as well as co-hosted a show on Shovio.com.
Stacey has been headlining clubs and colleges throughout the United States and Canada. Her unique stories combined with brutal honesty and infectious energy has kept audiences laughing.
Stacey's jokes have been published in Judy Brown's books Squeaky Clean and Love's Funny that Way, and in Jeffrey Gurian's book Filthy Funny and Totally Offensive. She was also quoted in Rosemarie Jarski's Book "Words From The Wise, 6000 of the Smartest Things Ever Said". While not performing, Stacey is saving homeless animals and speaking at colleges motivating students to take care of their bodies and the environment.