Stacy Bronte started her career at the venerable William Morris Agency working in the Television Packaging Department as an assistant. She worked on such high brow projects 'Menendez: A Killing in Beverly Hills but balanced that by working on John Frankenheimer's return to prominence, 'Against the Wall' for HBO. Upon realizing the life of an agent was not for her, Stacy returned to school at UCLA's Producer's Program. While there she worked at TriStar Pictures and Spring Creek Productions at Warner Brothers. Upon graduating, Stacy joined DeeGee Entertainment as an executive. She was responsible for securing the acquisition of 'The Wedding Planner' and was involved in its development to the screen. Stacy then ventured out on her own, pitching around town until NBC picked up her four hour mini-series and MTV picked up her series, 'The Lyricist Lounge Show' which ran for two seasons. There were other sales that never amounted to much, so therefore need no mention. Stacy is currently working on a television series as well as a feature film script.