The Theon Zone

Stacie Theon, a sassy ample red-head with a mega-watt smile, can be seen most recently as the troubled tourist, Marmie on Swedish Dicks and on Rosewood, as the sultry voiced Hala as well as the surprising in-the-flesh killer Claudine. She also played a woman with "questionable sanity" on Bones directed by David Boreanaz. A lover of sitcoms, Stacie has worked on hit comedies, Baby Daddy, as a sweet caring pageant Mom and as cupcake lovin' bride-to-be Dottie on 2 Broke Girls. She has also worked on Jane the Virgin, Grey's Anatomy, Castle and Dexter.

Stacie starred as the emotionally vulnerable, yet unabashedly driven Amanda in the Sundance selected short film Abbie Cancelled. She also portrayed Ellen Thomas in Birds of America (directed by Craig Lucas) with Matthew Perry, Ginnifer Goodwin, Daniel Eric Gold and Hilary Swank. Birds also had its World Premiere at Sundance.

Stacie has studied at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and with the exceptional Wynn Handman in NYC. This mid-west native can now be found slathering on the sunscreen in Los Angeles.