Stacy Dymalski

Stacy Dymalski is a storyteller, filmmaker, stand-up comedian, and award-winning speaker. Any more than that and she’ll spontaneously combust. Branded as The Memoir Midwife, Stacy helps everyone from film studio executives to retirees find, write, and share their stories in the form of books and movies. She has given a TED Talk (April 16, 2016) and was a semi-finalist in the 2012 Toastmasters International Speech Contest, competing for the title of World Champion of Public Speaking.

She’s also the author of the bestselling humor book, “Confessions of a Band Geek Mom,” as well as writer/director/producer of several award-winning films, including the feature “Jupiter Landing," which she co-wrote with Zack Van Eyck, “Hold Please” (directed by Chris Cudlipp with Stacy as writer/producer), which was nominated for a Golden Bear at the 2006 Berlin International Film Festival, and “The Write Stuff,” which was an official entry in several film festivals.

Stacy’s Hollywood Fringe shows include THE OTHER SIDE OF THE RAZOR RIBBON (2018) and A BIT MUCH (2019), both of which received the PRODUCERS’ ENCORE AWARD, and was rated 100% Sweet by Better Lemons audience reviewers. In 2023 Stacy produced  KARMA IN A FISHBOWL, written and directed by Megan Ford-Miller. Stacy also wrote and performed a cold open stand-up comedy monologue for KARMA IN A FISHBOWL.

Stacy is a member of the Writers Guild of America West, the Committee of Women Writers in the WGA, the Alliance of Women Directors, and the Female Playwrights Initiative. She’s also the Vice Chair of the Career Longevity Committee (an elected position) in the Writers Guild of America West. 

Primary photo credit: Liz Barlak Photography, Burbank, CA