Dee Wallace

Dee Wallace is a rarity in Hollywood, a young actress who immediately found success and is still in demand three decades later as an accomplished veteran in her craft, with such major credits as ET: The Extraterrestrial and Cujo along the way.

For the past decade, Dee Wallace has blended her two careers, acting when the calls came, while simultaneously teaching the spiritual wisdom that she discerned through the perfection of her craft and her life experiences. Her new book, “Bright Light: Spiritual Lessons from a Life in Acting” (O Books, 2011) shares with readers the lessons she learned in her journey toward living an illuminated life.

In the early 1980s, Wallace shared the screen several times with her then husband Christopher Stone before his unfortunate, early demise from a heart attack in October, 1995. His death was a significant test of her spiritual faith and a crucible for growth.
As Wallace applied what she had learned about following her heart and living from her intuition, she felt a natural inclination to share her wisdom both as an actor and spiritual teacher. She founded a very successful acting school, which taught life lessons, as well as acting and then she began speaking around the world. She discovered her ability to help people heal their deep wounds, release their fears and limitations and live a more satisfying and authentic life. She continues to work with people individually and through seminars, teleseminars and speaking engagements.

As an inspirational speaker her engagements have included numerous national and international venues such as the Love and Harmony Forum in Tokyo, Japan; the Dillion Lecture Series; Unity Temple; the Kansas Film Commission; Spiritworks; Energetic Healing seminars throughout England, and her own healing and teaching seminars throughout the United States.

Dee Wallace has also been featured in, or contributed articles for, many other publications including People, US, Guideposts, Family, Awakening Zone, TV Guide, LA Times and the Washington Post. Her new book Bright Light was written with John Nelson, author of Starborn, Transformations, Matrix of the Gods, and The Magic Mirror, the 2008 COVR winner for the best New Age book of the year. It is already receiving rave reviews, just as Wallace as received throughout her acting career.