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Stacy Edwards is an American actor. She has appeared in some very good B films prior to her break through role in the 1997 movie In the Company of Men. She played the character of Pamela Anderson in the film Sabrina, and went on to play the character of Rachel on The Simple Truth. Now, she is back with a vengeance as the lead character in A Few Good Men. This article will discuss her breakout role, and some thoughts on the upcoming biopic of her son Jason.
Before we get too far into this article, let me give you something about the soap opera Santa Barbara that made Stacy Edwards an American actor. After she auditioned for a part on this show in the early seventies, she discovered that they had cut a lot of features from the script for the role that she was auditioning for. She found out that she would have to do a scene for which she would be required to wear fishnet stockings, and would also have to sit in a very uncomfortable two seat flop that had no leg rest. She found this not only a little odd, but also refused to do any more filming in that role.
This is a fun story, but it also reminds us of how changing roles and scenes in B movies can have a strong impact on an actress. Stacy Edwards had a tough time with adapting to her character, Pamela Anderson. She was a ball dancer-turned-actress who spent her entire youth raising her daughter alongside her alcoholic father, learning to drink and learn to take life head on, without the help of an adult. Her life, like that of the Anderson family, was complicated and wrought with tragedy. Her acting career did not start off in that way, but over the years, she learned to deal with her circumstances and find strength in her strengths.
It was this combination of tragedy and strength that made Stacy Edwards a superstar. In addition to her winning four Emmys for her roles in House Beautiful, Here’s What Happened, Irene, and Thank You, Stacy Edwards also appeared in some remarkable television shows, such as All about Eve, Saturday Night Fever, and The Perfect Score. While these TV shows were not part of her original intention when she started out in Hollywood, they became parts of her overall reputation, particularly for her appearance on stage. These early roles also gave her the experience and confidence to play a leading character in the feature film As Good As It Gets, which won her an Academy Award for Best Actress in 1996.
From there, Edwards decided to try her hand at something that had been considered a no-risk project: playing an intriguing, complex, and intriguing character on television. This is where the idea of playing a sultry, complicated, and compelling leading lady came into play. Playing the title role of cheerleader Madison Ivy in the soap opera Thatchers helped Edwards establish a reputation as one of the most intense and talented actresses of her time. She would continue to hone and expand her portfolio of dramatic roles, which would include such memorable and powerful roles as Nurse Jackie, Roseannice, Liza Minelli, and Anna Kournikova in the later seasons of The Sopranos.
In 2000, another very important breaking opportunity came along for Edwards, when her friend and fellow hearing-impaired actress, Anna Kournikova, became one of the first true breakout stars of the 90s. Anna Kournikova’s breakout performance would lead to the casting of Stacy Edwards in Everybody Loves Raymond. Once again, it was Edwards’ acting abilities that would seize the spotlight. However, Anna Kournikova was no match for Edwards. But once again, her star power was able to overshadow the actor’s.
Finally, in 2004, Edwards exploded onto the scene with the release of her feature-length film The Cable Guy. The Cable Guy, of course, went on to be one of the most successful films of its time, paving the way for other similarly minded movies and TV dramas. Not only did the film become a box office hit, but it also featured a host of talented actors including Jeff Bridges, Whoopi Goldberg, and John Tutturro, who all appeared together in the movie The Cable Guy. With an overall average of about three hours, The Cable Guy was not at all a traditional film. It was a film that was characterized by memorable characters, an engaging storyline, and an edge-of-a-seat plot.
As an actor, it is easy for Edwards to reach the audience that she is trying to reach. Her versatility as an actor makes it easy for her to play the part of the hearing-impaired woman in different dramas and movies. As an actress, she has managed to branch out and play the lead role in both movies, The Cable Guy and The Blind Side. All of this success has made Edwards one of the best actresses working today.