Actress Stacy Rose recently played the role of (Ines) in Season 2 of "Little America" in the episode "The Bra Whisperer". Her character Ines came to the United States and worked as a nanny for an Orthodox Jewish family in Brooklyn.
Stacy Rose was born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica. At the age of 15, she migrated to the United States to join her parents who had gone ahead years prior to pave the way for her and her younger brother to have every chance at realizing the American Dream. She attended Miami-Dade Community College, Florida State University, and Florida International University where she earned Bachelor's and Master's degrees in International Business and Marketing.
Stacy has always had a love for the performing arts. At the tender age of 9, she was featured in her first play with her Church's Drama Troupe. She then went on the compete and excel in Regional and National Speech and Drama competitions on the island of Jamaica. After relocating to the United States, her interest in the stage and screen grew. While engaging in academic pursuits, she found time to participate in numerous theatrical productions. She then turned her attention to film, tv, commercials, production, voiceover, radio, and print work. She has had film and tv roles in "9-1-1", "Outer Banks", "First Wives Club", "Hightown" and "Dolphin Tale" to name a few. She also recurred for 3 seasons opposite Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson as "Dr. Robbins" in HBO's hit show "Ballers". Recently, she had a lead role in the film "Life.." which won awards in several film festivals in the US as well as Internationally. For her performance in "Life.." Stacy also won Best Actress of the year at the Los Angeles Indie Short Film Fest. She can currently be seen in "Little America" an award-winning anthology series on Apple TV+. In recent times she has also donned the hat of Producer with the completion of the feature film "Break the Stage'', which was released in 2021.
Another of Stacy's great loves is Radio. For over a decade, she has served as program host of Island Praise; an Internationally syndicated Caribbean Gospel Music Show heard weekly in Africa, The Caribbean, the Pacific, and the United States.