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KIMBERLY ELISE

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KIMBERLY ELISE
 


Kimberly Elise

Kimberly Elise


Born: 17 / 4 / 1967 , Minneapolis, Minnesota , Usa –

BIOGRAPHY:

Elise’s first film was Set It Off (1996), in which she played one of four women who resort to robbing a bank for money. Her big break came in 1997 when she was cast in the Family Channel original television movie The Ditchdigger’s Daughters, based on the Pulitzer-prize nominated and critically acclaimed 1995 memoir The Ditchdigger’s Daughters: A Black Family’s Astonishing Success Story, written by Yvonne S. Thornton and Jo Coudert.

She received critical acclaim for her role in this film, and in 1997, she was recognized as Best Supporting Actress in a Movie or Miniseries at the 19th annual CableACE Awards. A relative unknown at the time, she conveyed her anonymity upon receiving the award by saying: “Who is Kimberly Elise?” Her performance helped her land a role the next year in Beloved alongside Oprah Winfrey and Danny Glover. She is often compared to a young Cicely Tyson, whom she resembles.






INTERVIEW:

MORE MOVIE WITH: Kimberly Elise



Almost Christmas
(2016)
Play:



Dope
(2015)
Play: Lisa Hayes



Back to School Mom
(2015)
Play: Mary Thomas



A Day Late and a Dollar Short
(2014)
Play: Janelle



For Colored Girls
(2010)
Play: Crystal



Gifted Hands
(2010)
Play: Sonya Carson



Pride
(2007)
Play: Sue Davis



The Great Debaters
(2007)
Play: Pearl Farmer



Diary of a Mad Black Woman
(2005)
Play: Helen



Woman Thou Art Loosed
(2004)
Play: Michelle Jordan



the Manchurian Candidate
(2004)
Play: Rosie



John Q
(2002)
Play: Denise Archibald



Bait
(2000)
Play: Lisa Hill



Beloved
(1998)
Play: Denver



Set it Off
(1996)
Play: Tisean ‘T.T.’ Williams




SERIES TV WITH: Kimberly Elise


hit the-floor
Hit the Floor
(2013)
Play:


Girlfriends
Girlfriends
(2000)
Play: Reesie Jackson


Soul Food
Soul Food
(2000)
Play: Estella


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