A strikingly beautiful African-American actress with distinctive green eyes, Stacey Dash rose from TV roles, including a memorable spot on "The Cosby Show" (NBC, 1984-1992), to film, including the female lead of "Mo' Money" (1992) and a supporting turn as a soldier/student in "Renaissance Man" (1994). She achieved global stardom as Alicia Silverstone's glamorous second banana Dionne in Amy Heckerling's iconic "Clueless" (1995), and reprised her role in the television adaptation (ABC, 1996-97; UPN, 1997-99). Although her next series, the Las Vegas drama "The Strip" (UPN, 1999-2000), proved short-lived, she booked small roles alongside Gwyneth Paltrow in "View from the Top" (2003) and Michelle Pfeiffer in Heckerling's "I Could Never Be Your Woman" (2007). She posed for Playboy at age 40 and came in second place on "Celebrity Circus" (NBC, 2008), but seemed to focus mostly on African-American-centered TV projects, recurring on "The Game" (The CW, 2006-09; BET, 2011-15) and starring for a season on the reality-based sitcom "Single Ladies" (VH1, 2011-14). Although she never reached mainstream superstardom, Stacey Dash achieved success in African-American-focused projects as well as enduring, across-the-board affection for her hilarious work in "Clueless."