Stacey Wolf is an American psychic who has been featured in ‘The 100 Top Psychics in America’ put together by Pauline Cooper, at which time she was the youngest psychic ever to appear in the collection. She is often referred to as the ‘Generation X Psychic’ due to her youth. She published her first book in 1998 entitled ‘Stacey Wolf’s Psychic Living’ and has gone on to publish many more. She has become a familiar face on television screens right across America, not only in her career as a psychic but also in her previous career.
Stacey graduated with a degree in film and television from New York City University and went to work for MTV. She was a stand up comedienne and a budding actor long before she became a professional psychic. She made her name as the youngest professional psychic in the USA and has shown proven skills in picking winners at numerous sporting events and putting together point spreads. She now has a number of publications to her name including ‘Secrets of the Signs’, ‘get Psychic!: Discover Your Hidden Powers’ and ‘Never Throw Rice at a Pisces: the Bride’s Astrology Guide to Planning Your Wedding’.
Unlike other psychics and astrologers that offer generalised readings and non specific consultations, Stacey fits into a well defined niche. She is regarded as a bridal astrologer and at the same time a style psychic. Her book ‘Never throw Rice at a Pisces’ was the first book of its kind offering astrological advice for brides planning their big day.
Stacey has been working as a professional psychic for more than two decades and has appeared on a multitude of radio and television shows including ‘Late Night with David Letterman’, ‘ABC’S The World News’ and ‘The View Beyond with James Van Praagh’ to name but a few. Stacey has provided Cosmopolitan Magazine and J14 Magazine with astrology columns and has also been featured in publications such as ‘Bridal Guide Magazine’, ‘Mademoiselle’, ‘American Woman’, ‘The New York Post’ and ‘Fate’ magazines. She is also listed in the ‘Esoteric Guide to New York’.
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Despite not starting her career as a psychic until she was in her twenties, Stacey has had psychic gifts since she was very young. She remembers astounding her parents when she was just three years old, by announcing that her teacher at the nursery had suffered a broken arm during the night. But like so many other psychics working professionally today, those special abilities were put on hold so that a more ‘normal’ career could be pursued. She spent time working as an associate producer and writer working on Club MTV, and also made a number of ‘Rockumentaries’ for the channel as well as some award winning MTV specials. She also spent time as on the stand up comedy circuit performing at ‘Stand Up New York’, ‘Catch a Rising Star’ and ‘The Comic Strip’ before deciding to develop her gifts and bring them to the fore, staking her claim on a new career as a professional psychic and astrologer.