CLUELESS actress Stacey Dash has two children and has been married four times.
Stacey is known for her work in television and movies but her most famous role is in the hit film, Clueless.
Who is Stacey Dash’s daughter Lola Lovell?
Lola Lovell is the daughter of TV star Stacey Dash.
Born in 2003, the 18-year-old is an aspiring ballerina.
On June 21, 2019, Stacey shared a sweet birthday message to her daughter on her Instagram telling how blessed she was to have her.
The Clueless star called Lola a “beautiful, smart, strong and kind girl.”
Lola is Stacey’s only daughter. Stacey has a son, born 1991, from a previous relationship with musician Austin Williams.
Stacey in a US Weekly interview last March praised her kids for giving her strength and wisdom. “They show me that I am worthy of this role in this life,” she said.
Who is Lola’s father?
Lola’s father is producer Brian Lovell.
Brian and Stacey met in January 1999 and had a whirlwind romance. They dated for just six months before they walked down the aisle together.
The couple split in 2006 due to disputes and complications in their relationship.
After divorcing Brian, Stacey went on to marry British executive James Maby. Following that, she married actor Emmanuel Xuereb in 2007, but the pair divorced in 2010 after three years together.
She wed lawyer Jeffrey Marty in 2018 after only a few days of meeting him.
What did Stacey reveal on the Dr Oz Show?
She announced on the Dr Oz Show on Thursday, October 14 that she is celebrating five years of sobriety. She shared that she was taking 18 to 20 Vicodin pills per day to alleviate anger and “fill the hole.”
The 54-year-old former 90s starlet, who played Dionne Marie Davenport in the 1995 film Clueless, has opened up about her history of addiction when she was first introduced to cocaine at 16-years-old. Stacy also revealed that her parents struggled with addiction.
The star made it clear that she blamed no one but herself for her addiction. If anything, she learned a lesson.”It was my choice to take that extra one even though I wasn’t in pain,” she told Dr Oz.
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