|BET Awards 2005 (2005)||$250,000|
Actor/Comedian Stacy Hall got started in his acting career in his home town of Madison, MS at the age of 19 years old. He hasn't given up since. He began appearing in movies and tv commercials. He later moved to Atlanta, GA where he also found a passion for stand-up comedy. It was in the urban neighborhoods that he got his start on stage as a stand-up comedian.
Soon after, Stacy appeared on several seasons of the Black Entertainment Television's hit show, BET's Comic View. With his mainstream appeal, he hopes to one day appear on several talk shows including The Late Late Show With Conan O'Brien, The Tonight Show With Jay Leno, and his own Comedy Central and HBO specials. When he first moved to Los Angeles, CA several years ago, he was homeless and living in his truck. Stacy would work odd jobs such as waiting tables and leasing apartments. Although he had an agent, getting on screen was hard with a small resume.
Finally, casting directors took a liking to his work. He has appeared on many primetime hit shows such as The Shield, Cold Case, Desperate Housewives, Entourage and Raising The Bar, which is executive produced by Steven Bochco. He has appeared in many other hit shows and national commercials.
Through his music connections do to his cousin being a huge music mogul in the industry, Stacy had an idea to start a publicity internet tv venue for music artist development. He really got serious about it when he met a passionate actor, business man, Joey Fiero on a set of a commercial shoot in which the two appeared in and is still running to this day. Stacy Hall agreed to make Joey Fiero the co-founder of gbtvonline.com where we feature some of the hottest music artist interviews in the world such as Akon, Geffan records artist, Ray Lavender, Colby Odonis and many more.