It's hard to believe, but just a few years ago, I was determined to be a chemical engineer. Acting and singing were just extracurricular activities I enjoyed. But that has changed. I made my debut in the professional acting world when I landed the role of a lifetime as Nala in the critically acclaimed production of The Lion King on Broadway, transforming my longtime hobby into a successful career.

Following my stint on the stage, I moved into television, with an appearance in NBC's Law & Order, as well as a recurring role in City of Angels on CBS. I completed filming my first leading role in a major motion picture, Hollow Man, in which I portrayed an expert data analyst working on a top-secret government project. Co-starring Kevin Bacon and Elizabeth Shue, and directed by Paul Verhoeven.

Heavily involved in drama and choral activities throughout high school (I was State Champion for Dramatic Interpretation my senior year) and college (I am featured in two solos on the Spelman College Jazz CD). I have acted in countless theatre productions and musicals during my life, as well as performed in a female R&B group called "Expression".

Recently, I wrote and produced what I call Cab-a-Play™ entitled, "Agape Love", which received rave reviews.

Originally from Chicago, Illinois, I attended Spelman College in Atlanta where I graduated with honors, and received a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. In addition, I attended New York University's prestigious Tisch School of the Arts where I earned a Master of Fine Arts. I've guest starred as "Kayla" on Providence on NBC, and will be appearing in two upcoming films:

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I currently reside in Los Angeles, California.