I began my acting career as a child in San Francisco, California. Since the age of three, I have entertained as a Singer, Dancer, Model and Actress. My mother would always say I would be an Entertainer when I grew up.
I love to stretch myself in roles that allow me to become emotionally and physically exhausted. Typically, the theater allows this opportunity for me.
I will be in the stage play, I NEED THEE in 2020 as Lynne.
Though acting on stage is my first love, being in the front of the camera is my second love. I have played lead and featured background in several independent short films, featured films, music videos, documentaries and television shows. I have also performed as stand-in and have experience as a stunt artist.
I currently have a key role in two television pilots. I play Tasha in MUZO and Ms. Davis in THE CITY. I also played Margo in Hollywood Horrors Episode 1.2, I am Officer Abden in The Victim (WINNER OF 28 AWARDS, including best film and cast in the New York Film Awards), an ICE Officer in A Better Life, and I debate a young man on How Artists Affect Politics - Love Hate (All Def Production). Many other projects are in post production.
One of the highlights of my career as a Voice Over Artist is narrating the Work and Life Exhibit at the African American Museum in Washington, DC using one of my seven voices.
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I am proud of the Public Service Announcement I participated in for the National Partnership of Women and Families.
Other commercials include ScottEVest, a Discover Identity Theft Commercial, an ad campaign about self acceptance by ATTN and can be viewed on Facebook, and a commercial for LA Care that is airing throughout Los Angeles County.