Stacey Dash moves from Clueless and Mitt Romney to her own R-rated comedy series (Video)

By | December 11, 2012 at 1:24 pm | 2 comments | Audio/Video, News, TV/Movies, Uncategorized | Tags: , ,

For most consumers of film and television, Stacey Dash will forever be remembered as Dionne from Amy Heckerling’s 1995 comedy flick Clueless. To me, she’s forever endeared due to her portrayal of the angry-but-super-hot Casey, Richard Pryor’s daughter in 1988’s Moving. Most recently, she’s been seen on the VH1 show Single Ladies and caused a ruckus before the presidential election when she supported Mitt Romney.

But now, she’s striking out on her own with a new comedy series titled Stacey Dash is Normal. And while it’s still unclear whether it’s going to be produced as a Web series (it seems likely) or for the traditional small screen, one thing is for sure: It’s certainly not family viewing. Based on the just-released trailer below, Dash plays a hopefully fictionalized version of herself. Between the therapy sessions, awkward sexual encounters and a hostile run-in with a neighbor, the actress has placed herself in a role inspired more by Larry David than anything. Check it out and tell us what you think!

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  • Abe Schwartz

    First “Stacey Dash is Normal” short is up!

  • Rana V

    I think she still is funny, but her voice does remind me of my sister watching clueless 500 times back in the day!

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