The fairytale still exists.


Stacy Ike is a TV host, actress, and entrepreneur currently based in Los Angeles. 

Stacy works to impact the perception of traditional media by creating original content and uses her platform to entertain and inspire while reigning true to her integrity and social responsibility. Hailing from Houston, Texas and a proud University of Missouri J-School graduate, Stacy embarked on her evolving career immediately after graduating.

Creating waves in the U.S and Australia, her luminous and charismatic personality has allowed her to build a rapport as the host to share the best moments with, including interviews with Oprah, Tom Ford, Viola Davis and Melissa McCarthy to name a few. Stacy has worked worked with Afterbuzz TV, toured with Mountain Dew hosting live shows and partnered with Smashbox Cosmetics for a talk-series with fellow influencers. She has also worked with Baller Alert, Regal Cinemas, Tribune Publishing and the Hollywood Reporter as a writer and on-camera talent. 



Stacy recently took on the position as the first live show host of the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN). As the host of OWN Tonight, a late-night show, Stacy interviewed cast members from the hit-drama Greenleaf along with other celebrity fans.

Stacy is the founder of Fight For Your Fairytale,  a brand inspiring and encouraging other creatives to believe in themselves wholeheartedly and to continually grow past their fears to be the best version of themselves. 

She often says, "Each moment I decide to be myself, I give someone else permission to do the same thing." 

When she's not prepping for an interview, rehearsing a scene for acting class, or dropping inspiration and straight talk on her Youtube channel, you might find her binge-watching the latest new Netflix show with a huge bowl of kettle popcorn. You can catch up with Stacy at, or on Instagram and Twitter @onetakestace.



"You work hard to be an inspiration and then you get inspired to work even harder." -Stacy Ike

"You work hard to be an inspiration and then you get inspired to work even harder." -Stacy Ike