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Michael J. Arbouet talks with Stacey Prussman. Prussman landed her first starring role in the Off-Broadway show Grandma Sylvia's Funeral as Dori Grossman in the mid-to-late 1990s. In 2000, she appeared in the award-winning Greg Scarnici film Glam-Trash. She also had roles in Everything's Jake and The Girl in the Park.
Aside from her performing career, Prussman is a national keynote speaker on Eating Disorders and Body Image at colleges, universities, treatment centers, and military academies across the country.
In 2014, Prussman co-hosted a radio show, Ears Wide Open, with comedian Boy Levy in Boston and Washington, D.C. Later, she decided to start her own show, The Stacey Prussman Hour.
Prussman's jokes have been published in Judy Brown's books Squeaky Clean and Love’s Funny that Way, and in Jeffrey Gurian's book Filthy Funny and Totally Offensive. She was also quoted in Rosemarie Jarski's book Words From The Wise, 6000 of the Smartest Things Ever Said. She currently hosts a weekly podcast called, The Stacey Prussman Hour.
On April 6, 2021, Stacey Prussman received the official nomination from the Libertarian Party for Mayor of New York City.
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