Lacey Rae (SAG)
Lacey has been performing onstage since she was four years old. Then, turning to films, she made her feature film debut in Wallace Wolodarsky's Sorority Boys, followed by Terry Zwigoff's Bad Santa.
While going to school at UC Santa Barbara, Lacey got the opportunity to play a supporting role in Alexander Payne's Oscar®-winning film, Sideways, winning a SAG Award for Best Cast of a Motion Picture.
Lacey recently finished filming the lead in the short dark comedy, Black Mold, and a music video she starred in won the competition for the band's official video. She recently starred in the short film Cream Coffee, as well as performed in the plays Love, Sex & Violence, Too and Grease in 13 1/2 Minutes.