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Born: August 14, 1966 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Cleveland, Ohio, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Cast (feature film)

1.
X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)
The X-Men fight a war for the survival of mutants and humans alike across two time periods.
2.
Movie 43 (2013)
A screenwriter pitches a slew of bizarre, crass film ideas to a baffled studio executive. The sketches include home schooling, a kidnapped leprechaun and the joys of blind dating.
3.
Call, The (2013)
When veteran 911 operator Jordan takes a life-altering call from a teenage girl who has just been abducted, she realizes that she must confront a killer from her past in order to save the girl's life.
4.
Cloud Atlas (2012)
Six interlocking stories, spanning the 19th century to a post-apocalyptic future, weave a tale of human drama through the ages.
5.
New Year's Eve (2011)
On New Year's Eve, several couples and singles celebrate love, hope, forgiveness, second chances and fresh starts, in intertwining stories told amidst the pulse and promise of New York City on the most dazzling night of the year.
6.
Frankie and Alice (2010)
In 1970s Los Angeles, Frankie, an African American go-go dancer with dissociative identity disorder struggles to remain her true self while fighting against two very unique alter egos: a seven-year-old child named "Genius" and a Southern white racist woman named "Alice." In order to stop the multipl
7.
Manufacturing Dissent (2007)
In the realm of documentary filmmaking there is no greater icon than Michael Moore, perhaps the most controversial filmmaker of our time; many, even those on the left, argue he's more propagandist than documentarian, asking at what point does the manipulation of fact become a work of fiction?
8.
Perfect Stranger (2007)
When investigative reporter Rowena Price learns that her friend's murder might be connected to powerful ad executive Harrison Hill, she goes undercover with the help of her associate, Miles Hailey. Posing as Katherine, a 'temp' at Hill's ad agency, and Veronica, a girl Hill flirts with online, Rowen
9.
Things We Lost in the Fire (2007)
Audrey Burke is reeling from the shock of the news that has just been delivered to her door by the local police: her warm and loving husband Brian, the father of their two young children, has been killed in a random act of violence. Once anchored by the love and comforts of their 11-year marriage, A
10.
X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) as Storm
A "cure" for mutancy threatens to alter the course of history. For the first time, mutants have a choice: retain their uniqueness, though it isolates and alienates them, or give up their powers and become human. The opposing viewpoints of mutant leaders Charles Xavier, who preaches tolerance, and Ma
11.
Robots (2005) as Voice
Set in a world entirely inhabited by robots.
12.
Oprah Winfrey Presents: Their Eyes Were Watching God (2005) as Janie Crawford
Adaptation of Zora Neal Hurston's novel, written in the 1920's, about an African American woman who moves to the beat of her own drum in her quest to figure out her place in the world. This brings disdain from the conservative locals in her small town in Florida
13.
Catwoman (2004) as Patience Philips/Catwoman
Patience Philips is a woman who can't seem to stop apologizing for her own existence. She works as a graphic designer for Hedare Beauty, a mammoth cosmetics company on the verge of releasing a revolutionary anti-aging product. When Patience inadvertently happens upon a dark secret her employer is hi
14.
X2: X-Men United (2003) as Storm
Mutants continue their struggle against a society that fears and distrusts them. Their cause becomes even more desperate following an incredible attack by an undetermined assailant possessing extraordinary abilities. The shocking attack renews the political and public outcry for both a Mutant Registration Act, and an anti-mutant movement, now led by William Stryker. A vocal, wealthy, former commander for the Army, Stryker, is rumored to have experimented on mutants. Stryker's dubious mutant "work" is somehow tied to Logan's/Wolverine's mysterious and forgotten past. As Logan/Wolverine searches for clues to his origin, Stryker puts into motion his anti-mutant program--launching a severe attack on Professor Xavier's mansion. Magneto, newly escaped from his plastic prison, proposes a partnership with Professor Xavier and the X-Men to combat their common and formidable enemy: Stryker. With the fates of Xavier, mankind, and mutantkind, in their hands, the X-Men face their most dangerous mission yet.
15.
Gothika (2003) as Miranda Grey
A brilliant and respected criminal psychologist, Dr. Miranda Grey is an expert at knowing what is rational. What is logical. What is sane. Under the direction of her husband, the chief administrator of the psychiatric ward at the Woodward Penitentiary for Women, Miranda treats dangerously disturbed patients like Chl , an intensely charismatic murderess whose confessions of satanic torture are dismissed by the judicious doctor as the psychotic meanderings of a paranoid mind. But Miranda's comfortable marriage and stable life are thrust into terrifying jeopardy after a cryptic encounter with a mysterious young girl leads to a nightmare beyond her wildest imagination. When Miranda awakens from the horrific incident, she is shocked to discover that her husband has been murdered--and the bloody evidence points directly at her. Unable to fathom having committed an unmotivated act of such sheer brutality against a man she loved and admired, Miranda suddenly finds herself confined to Woodward alongside the highly unstable patients she used to treat with methodical detachment. With no memory of the night in question except for fractured visions of the hauntingly enigmatic girl, the doctor's behavior becomes increasingly erratic. Her claims of innocence are seen as the beginnings of a deep descent into madness by her former colleagues like Dr. Pete Graham, Miranda's sympathetic but skeptical coworker who is wrestling with issues of his own. Forced to rely on her instincts rather than facts, Miranda begins to believe that she has been possessed by a supernatural force determined to exact revenge at the expense of her sanity. As Chl draws her deeper into her own personal hell, Miranda must determine if she is being driven to madness or closer to the truth.
16.
Monster's Ball (2002) as Leticia Musgrove
Hank, an embittered prison guard, lives with his aging racist father, Buck, and his own twentysomething son, Sonny. Hank and Sonny work for the local prison where they are preparing the electric chair for a black inmate. After the man is executed, Hank falls in love with Leticia, the inmate's widow.
17.
Die Another Day (2002) as Jinx
A high-speed hovercraft chase, through a minefield in the demilitarized zone separating North and South Korea, marks the beginning of James Bond (Agent 007) embarking on his latest mission. From Hong Kong, to Cuba to London, Bond circles the world in his quest to unmask a traitor, and prevent a war
18.
Swordfish (2001) as Ginger
Cyberspace is a world protected by firewalls, passwords and the most advanced security systems. In this world we hide our deepest secrets, our most incriminating information, and of course, a whole lot of money. This is the world of Swordfish. Gabriel Shear, a charismatic and dangerous spy, needs to get inside this world. If he can get in, billions in illegal government funds wait for the taking. To actually steal the money, however, he'll need the help of Stanley Jobson, a former superhacker who's now desperate and penniless. Stanley has been forbidden to get within 50 yards of the nearest electronics store after doing time for wreaking havoc on the FBI's controversial high-tech cyber surveillance operations. Gabriel and his beautiful partner Ginger lure Stanley into their clandestine world, baiting him with the things he can't have - a chance to reunite with Holly, the daughter he lost during a bitter divorce battle and the opportunity to start a new life.
19.
X-Men (2000) as Storm
In an environmentally unstable future, a small group of mutants known as the X-Men promote peace in an America that has turned against them, while fighting the powerful mutant Magneto, who has plans to turn all of mankind into mutants.
20.
Introducing Dorothy Dandridge (1999) as Dorothy Dandridge
Story of the rise to stardom and untimely death of famed actress Dorothy Dandridge.
21.
Bulworth (1998) as Nina
In the waning days of the California primary election of 1996, Bill Clinton has secured the Democratic nomination and Bob Dole is in place to run against him. Incumbent US Senator Jay Bulworth, while still holding off a challenger, suffers a nervous breakdown and decides to commit suicide by hiring
22.
Why Do Fools Fall in Love? (1998) as Zola Taylor
True story of 1950s doo-wop singer Frankie Lymon. In 1956, Frankie scores a huge hit with title song, only to fall rapidly into obscurity, drug addiction and death of an overdose at age 25. After his death three women come forward to claim his estate royalties. They tell their stories in court. The first, Zola, is the singer of the Platters, whom he dated for a while. Next, Elizabeth, who is a shoplifter, testifies to having met and married Frankie. Then Zola returns to the scene and he marries her too. Frankie is drafted into the army, absconds, and marries schoolteacher Emira in Georgia before being discovered by MPs. Eventually, back in the present, the warring widows come together and bond over their shared situation.
23.
B.A.P.S. (1997) as Nisi
Nisi and Mickey have big hearts and an even bigger dream: to open the world's first combo soul food restaurant/hair salon. In an effort to earn money to jump-start their plan, they audition for a music video in Los Angeles and, through an unusual turn of events, end up assisting a Beverly Hills butler, and caring for an aging millionaire who welcomes the girls into his mansion. As they are "livin' large and takin' charge" in the land of the rich and famous, they find themselves in the middle of a plot to bilk the millionaire out of his money.
24.
Rich Man's Wife, The (1996) as Jane Potenza
Josie Potenza appears to have it all: a fabulous home, a life of privilege, and Tony, her rich husband. However, everything changes in a flash, when Tony is brutally murdered. As the one who appears to have the most to gain from the tragedy, Josie soon becomes the prime suspect in the police investigation. And when she is also terrorized by a psychotic killer and becomes the victim of blackmail, Josie is thrust into a relentless nightmare of fear and confusion.
25.
Girl 6 (1996) as Herself
Girl 6 is a young actress trying to make it in New York. When money and work are scarce, she becomes a phone sex operator to make ends meet, and embarks on a fantastic, roller-coaster journey of self-discovery. Originally seduced by the cash and free time the job provides, Girl 6 rapidly discovers t
26.
Race the Sun (1996) as Sandra Beecher
The call themselves "lolo"--lowly locals in Hawaiian slang--and they've already learned a hard lesson: all they should look forward to in life is mediocrity and failure. These low-income, multi-ethnic teenagers don't expect anything from themselves, because nobody else does, until the day the new sc
27.
Executive Decision (1996) as Jean
Terrorists hijack a 747 carrying 400 passengers, and everyone involved mistakingly thinks the passengers are going to be bartered for the terrorist group's imprisoned leader. However, an American intelligence analyst and expert in terrorism believes that their plan is to launch a nerve gas attack on Washington DC. The President's Crisis Management Team must then choose between ignoring the agent's nerve gas theory and allowing the plane clearance to land in the Capitol, or destroying the plane and sacrificing its 400 passengers. A Special Forces leader, however, has a different solution--to secretly board the 747 using an experimental aircraft.
28.
Losing Isaiah (1995) as Khaila Richards
A white social worker adopts an African-American baby abandoned by her crack addicted mother. Several years later the mother recovers and goes to court to try and regain custody of her child.
29.
Flintstones, The (1994) as Miss Rosetta Stone
A promotion moves Fred up to the executive suite at the Slate & Co. quarry.
30.
Program, The (1993) as Autumn
Story of a group of college football players trying to succeed, and their coach who is under enormous pressure from adminstrators and fans--and himself.
31.
Father Hood (1993) as Kathleen Mercer
A wayward father takes his children on a trip to teach what real family values are all about.
32.
Boomerang (1992) as Angela
A successful playboy meets his match in his newly hired boss, then realizes the error of his ways, and falls in love with his assistant.
33.
Jungle Fever (1991) as Vivian
The story of a romance between a young, married African-American architect from Harlem and an Italian-American woman from Bensonhurst, and the repercussions it has on their respective social circles.
34.
Last Boy Scout, The (1991) as Cory
In this entertaining early '90s classic, a former Secret Service agent teams up with a former pro-football star to solve the mysterious murder of his girlfriend. This is a must-see for any action-film aficionados. Starring Bruce Willis, Damon Wayans, Halle Berry, Taylor Negron and Chelsea Field.
35.
Strictly Business (1991) as Natalie
One day, an engaged real estate broker who has everything sees a girl whom he believes can make his life perfect, but his wild pursuit jeopardizes everything he's created for himself.

Producer (feature film)

36.
Frankie and Alice (2010)
In 1970s Los Angeles, Frankie, an African American go-go dancer with dissociative identity disorder struggles to remain her true self while fighting against two very unique alter egos: a seven-year-old child named "Genius" and a Southern white racist woman named "Alice." In order to stop the multipl
37.
Lackawanna Blues (2005) as Executive Producer
Based on the Obie award winning play written by and starring Ruben Santiago-Hudson, a tale that recounts his childhood growing up in a boarding house in Lackawanna, New York that was run by an incredible woman.
38.
Introducing Dorothy Dandridge (1999) as Executive Producer
Story of the rise to stardom and untimely death of famed actress Dorothy Dandridge.

Cast (special)

39.
TV Land Awards: A Celebration of Classic TV (2003) as Featuring
Award show which honors the legendary and most beloved programs in television history.
40.
Stars' First Time . . . On Entertainment Tonight With Mary Hart, The (2003) as Interviewee
Celebrities look back and talk about the first time they appeared on "Entertainment Tonight" with Mary Hart.
41.
75th Annual Academy Awards, The (2003) as Presenter
Live coverage of the 75th annual Academy Awards presentation for excellence in film from the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California.
42.
34th NAACP Image Awards, The (2003)
The NAACP Image Awards honor projects and individuals from television, movies, recording and literature that have helped promote images of people of color.
43.
Oscar Countdown 2003 (2003)
Live coverage of celebrity arrivals and interviews leading into the 75th Annual Academy Awards.
44.
60th Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (2003) as Presenter
Live coverage of the 60th annual Golden Globe Awards presentation from the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Awards for film and television stars are presented by The Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
45.
9th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, The (2003) as Presenter
Live coverage of the ninth annual Screen Actors Guild Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
46.
Orange British Academy Film Awards, The (2002) as Presenter
Presentation of the 2002 British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards from the Odeon Cinema in London, England.
47.
Anatomy of a Scene: Monster's Ball (2002) as Interviewee
The program looks at the creative process as filmmaker Marc Forster Burns, along with cast and crew, dissect the making of their film "Monster's Ball."
48.
74th Annual Academy Awards, The (2002) as Presenter
Seventh-fourth annual presentation of the Academy Awards by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences from the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland.
49.
Nickelodeon's 14th Annual Kids' Choice Awards (2001) as Presenter
Live coverage of the 14th annual Kids' Choice Awards presentation.
50.
2001 MTV Movie Awards, The (2001)
Coverage of the 2001 MTV Movie Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.
51.
AFI Awards 2001 (2001)
Awards show honoring the best of film and television from the previous year. The presentation includes 19 award categories -- 12 for film and seven for television -- as well as six "moments of significance." The program also counts down the year's 10 best films.
52.
32nd NAACP Image Awards, The (2001)
Coverage of the 32nd annual NAACP Image Awards presentation from the Universal Amphitheatre.
53.
SAG Awards Show (2001) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 6th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards from the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles.
54.
73rd Annual Academy Awards, The (2001) as Presenter
Live coverage of the 73rd annual Academy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
55.
Concert For New York City, The (2001)
A concert special to benefit the victims of the September 11th terrorist attacks and to honor the rescue workers.
56.
2000 MTV Movie Awards, The (2000) as Presenter
Coverage of the ninth annual MTV Movie Awards.
57.
X-Men: The Mutant Watch (2000) as Interviewee
A behind-the-scenes look at the theatrical film "X-Men," based on the Marvel Comics series about a team of genetically-mutated human beings shunned by ordinary humans. The special follows a mock hearing by the Senate Subcommittee on Mutant Activities; through the Senator Kelly's arguments for tighte
58.
VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards, The (2000) as Presenter
Live coverage of the VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards presentation from the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
59.
52nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, The (2000) as Presenter
Live coverage of the 52nd annual Emmy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.
60.
31st Annual NAACP Image Awards, The (2000)
Coverage of the 31st annual NAACP Image Awards from Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.
61.
Great Streets (2000) as Host ("The Champs Elysee")
Documentary that highlights five of the world's best-known thoroughfares: Sunset Boulevard; Venice's Grand Canal; Manhattan's Fifth Avenue; Paris' Champs Elysee; and Edinburgh's Royal Mile.
62.
6th Annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards (2000)
Coverage of the sixth annual Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards presentation from Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, California.
63.
Lifetime Presents Disney's American Teacher Awards (2000) as Presenter
Telecast of the annual Disney's American Teacher Awards ceremony in Los Angeles, featuring 33 teacher honorees.
64.
Tntla 51st Annual Emmy Awards (1999) as Presenter
Live coverage of the 51st annual Emmy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.
65.
30th NAACP Image Awards (1999)
Coverage of the 30th NAACP Image Awards presentation from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. The Image Awards honor the positive portrayals of African-Americans in film, television, literature and recording. This year's theme, "30 Years of Celebrating, 90 Years of Courage," also celebrates the 90th anni
66.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1999)
Coverage of the 22nd annual Kennedy Center Honors. Comedian/pianist Victor Borge, actor Sean Connery, dancer/choreographer/teacher Judith Jamison, actor Jason Robards and singer/songwriter Stevie Wonder are recognized by the board of trustees of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts for
67.
Dorothy Dandridge: Little Girl Lost (1999) as Interviewee
Biography of Dorothy Dandridge, the first African-American dramatic female movie star.
68.
SAG Awards Show (1999) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 7th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards from the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles. Honors performances in five film categories and eight television categories. In addition, SAG presents its Life Achievement Award, celebrating career achievement as well as humanitarian a
69.
47th Miss USA Pageant, The (1998) as Award Recipient (Distinguished Achievement Award)
Live presentation of the 47th Annual Miss USA Pageant, from Shreveport, Louisiana.
70.
Intimate Portrait: Halle Berry (1998) as Interviewee
Documentary profiling the life and career of actress Halle Berry.
71.
Women of the Net (1998) as Interviewee
Host Cindy Margolis, one of the most downloaded woman on the Internet, profiles some of the most downloaded women's websites. Includes interviews with celebrities regarding their likenesses being used on the Internet.
72.
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards (1998)
Live presentation of the fourth annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards ceremony, from the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles.
73.
Hollywood Glamour Girls (1998)
Special on the history of Hollywood glamour from the 1920's to the 90's. Includes interviews with glamorous celebrities.
74.
50th Emmy Awards (1998) as Presenter
Presentation of the 50th annual primetime Emmy Awards, honoring excellence in television.
75.
Quincy Jones -- The First 50 Years (1998)
Tribute to Quincy Jones, the renowned composer, arranger and producer, celebrating Jones' 50 years in the entertainment industry. This special features appearances and performances from top stars in the entertainment industry and serves as a benefit for the United Negro College Fund.
76.
1997 World Music Awards, The (1997) as Host
Presentation of the 1997 World Music Awards, honoring the world's best-selling contemporary artists.
77.
Christmas Miracles (1997)
Celebrities help to fulfill the wishes of children and their families from specially selected letters that were written to Santa and found in the dead letter bins at the U.S. Postal Service. Also showcases stories by everyday people who have been touched by the spirit of Christmas.
78.
54th Annual Golden Globe Awards, The (1997) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 54th annual Golden Globe Awards honoring achievement in film and television.
79.
Voices of Hope... Finding the Cures For Breast and Ovarian Cancer (1997)
Special chronicles the dramatic developments in breast and ovarian cancer research and recounts the experiences of seven women who have been helped by the latest advances in treatment for these diseases developed by world-renowned scientists at several leading medical centers. In addition, research
80.
10th Essence Awards, The (1997) as Host
Telecast of the 10th annual Essence Awards honoring the distinguished achievements of African-Americans.
81.
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards (1997) as Presenter
Live presentation of the third annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, honoring the American public's favorite stars of motion pictures, home videos and music.
82.
28th NAACP Image Awards (1997) as Presenter
The NAACP honors individuals who have contributed positive portrayals of African-Americans in film, television, literature and music.
83.
1996 Essence Awards, The (1996) as Host
Presentation of the 1996 Essence Awards, honoring outstanding African-Americans for their achievements.
84.
27th Annual NAACP Image Awards, The (1996)
Prime-time debut of the NAACP Image Awards from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. The awards honor individuals who have contributed positive portrayals in film, television, literature and music.
85.
Celebrate the Dream: 50 Years of Ebony (1996)
Special celebrating the 50th anniversary of "Ebony" magazine.
86.
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, The (1996) as Presenter
Live presentation of the second annual Blockbuster Entertainment Awards, honoring the American public's favorite stars of motion pictures, home videos and music.
87.
21st Annual People's Choice Awards, The (1995) as Presenter
Live presentation of the 21st Annual People's Choice Awards, honoring entertainers in the fields of television, motion pictures and music, as determined by a special Gallup Poll.
88.
Century of Women, A (1994) as Herself
A six-hour, three-part documentary on the changing role and image of women in U.S. history in the 20th Century. Makes use of voiceover narrative, archival footage, historic photographs, and on-camera interviews with women who have played important roles in the 20th Century. Also includes a fictional
89.
Essence Awards, The (1993) as Presenter
A presentation of the Essence Awards, saluting outstanding African-American women.
90.
19th Annual People's Choice Awards, The (1993) as Presenter
A live presentation of The People's Choice Awards honoring entertainers in the fields of television, motion pictures and music in which the public determines the winners by a special Gallup poll.
91.
1995 Screen Actors Guild Awards (1992) as Presenter
Live presentation of the first annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, with honors in four film and eight television categories, as determined by the Guild's 78,000 eligible members.

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

92.
Wedding, The (1998) as Shelby Coles
The wedding of Shelby, the daughter of a prominent African-American family, and Meade, a white jazz musician, sets off an explosion of racial pride and family secrets in a wealthy African-American community on Martha's Vineyard in 1953. Shelby's grandmother supports the marriage because she wishes t
93.
Queen (1993) as Queen
Alex Haley's story of his paternal grandmother, who was born into slavery, the daughter of a slave and a white Civil War colonel of Irish descent. Caucasian in appearance, she lived as a white after the Civil War.

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