Stacey Miller


Screenwriting Faculty

Originally from Texas, Stacey Miller began her career in Los Angeles as an actress, but after completing USC’s Master of Professional Writing program, her focus shifted almost exclusively to writing for film, television and the stage. She has performed in numerous productions in many LA theaters including Playhouse West Repertory, A Noise Within, and Moving Arts, where she had the pleasure of acting in the premiere of her own original play, Meeting.

In addition to her work on stage, Stacey has worked extensively in film and television, co-starring in several Rabbit Bandini productions such as The Ape, Good Time Max, Fool’s Gold, The Broken Tower, and Sal, for which she also wrote the screenplay. Sal (starring Val Lauren, James Franco, and Jim Parrack) premiered at The Venice Film Festival in 2011 and was released theatrically in 2013.  Stacey co-wrote and co-directed (with her favorite co-instructor, David Garrett) Rabbit Bandini’s original series, Acting Class. Stacey co-wrote I Am Michael, executive produced by Gus Van Sandt, starring James Franco, Zachary Quinto, and Emma Roberts.  Stacey is excited to be part of the Studio 4 teaching staff, and is currently at work on several upcoming projects.