Spice Williams-Crosby

Born on a ranch in North Hollywood, California, Spice rode her horse to kindergarten, growing up playing in her father's medical offices, eventually hitting the road as a musician, singer, and dancer under contract to 20th Century-Fox Records.  Overcoming a seven-year drug and alcohol problem, at the age of 26, she turned to God, nutrition, and exercise with the eventual promise of helping others to turn their lives around.  

Spice has worked in such feature motion pictures as Star Trek V, From Dusk Till Dawn, The Guyver, Terminator Genesis, Million Dollar Baby, and Syvestor Stallone’s Reach Me.  She’ s also guest-starred on numerous TV shows including Roseanne, My Two Dads, Women In Prison, Mama's Family, The Bold And The Beautiful, Step by Step, The Smart Guy, Diagnosis Murder, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Scrubs, and Comedy Get Down.

Spice recently produced her own TV show called I FIGHT FOR MY LIFE! – a 60 minute hard-hitting series about turning women victims into victors, and in 2016, she won three best actor awards for her dynamic portrayal of Marcie in the theatrical film short DUKE -- a beautiful yet riveting tribute to the legendary icon John Wayne.

Stunts came into play in 1980 when Spice was asked to double an actress playing a Judo instructor opposite Rock Hudson.  Since then, she has doubled for the likes of Shirley MacLaine, Louise Fletcher, Meg Foster, Katherine Ross, Clare Carey, Deidre Hall, Cindy Pickett, Linda Kozlowski, Eileen Brennen, Becky Ann Baker, Kelly Preston, and many more.  Spice also Stunt Coordinates feature films, TV shows, and commercials, known for her fighting skills and “hitting the ground.”

Gracing the cover and pages of over 100 magazines, both here and abroad, Spice has made a name for herself as a nutritional expert writing for magazines like Ms. Fitness, Natural Muscle Magazine, and World Blackbelt.  She holds a 3rd DAN in Arjukanpo, 1st DAN in Eskrima, and is Certified Level B in Israeli KAPAP, Security Defensive Tactics Puerto Rico, and GIKA in Guatemala.  She also holds two Masters Degrees and a PhD in Natural Health Sciences .

In December of 1998, Spice was voted into the Marquis Who’s Who in America-West, and one of her greatest honors was posing for a 30-ft bronze statue where she represents the past, present, and future female athletes of the Olympic Games.  Spice's goal is to continue to set an example for the "women of the new millennium" -- spiritually focused, mentally alert, and physically capable.  Spice is married to Gregory Crosby, screenwriter/producer (HACKSAW RIDGE) and grandson of the legendary actor/singer Bing Crosby.  Spice and Gregory have a beautiful son, Luke Gregory Crosby, who is equally healthy and active, and is also an amazing actor and martial artist.