Actress Stacey Danger moved fluidly between network television and independent film for nearly a decade, during which she appeared in series like "Grey's Anatomy" (ABC, 2005- ) and in features like "The Neon Demon" (2016). A performer from an early age, Danger - born Stacey Lynn Miller - was also a prolific writer of fiction and poetry during her school years. Her father advised her to also consider a backup career, so she earned her bachelor's degree in marketing and business administration. Danger began appearing in independent film and television projects in 2010, but after earning critical acclaim for her performance in the dramatic short "The Morning After" (2015) as a young woman who cannot remember if she was assaulted at a party, she soon graduated to guest roles mainstream efforts like "Criminal Minds" (CBS, 2005- ) and "Grey's Anatomy." Danger soon divided her time between feature films like Nicolas Winding Refn's phantasmagoric "The Neon Demon" (2016), television series like the satirical "Jean-Claude Van Johnson" (Amazon, 2016- ) and more offbeat fare like "Roadies" (2017), a comedy-drama set in the backstage world of rock and roll.