Sandy Devereaux St. Clair is a resident of Las Vegas, Nevada and is the entertainment director of the Fan-Tan Hotel & Casino.

On Netflix's GLOW, St. Clair is performed by Geena Davis, joining the cast for the show's third season.[1]


St. Clair provides the women of GLOW, the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, a lifeline after their television series on K-DTV is canceled. A former Vegas showgirl, she provides the group with an infusion of cash and a new venue for their performances. ("Up, Up, Up")

She also oversees, Rhapsody, the hotel's longest-running production, managed by Bernie Rubenstein. When Rubenstein unexpectedly passes away, she extends GLOW, previously scheduled for only three months, until the end of the year. ("Freaky Tuesday") She eventually strikes a deal with Bash for him to take over Rhapsody, but he ends up pulling out all of his money after forging a deal for a television station with Debbie, leaving her devastated. ("A Very GLOW Christmas")

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