Felicia Pearson
American actress and author
Felicia Pearson
Felicia Pearson is an American actress, author, and rapper. She is best known for playing a character of the same name, Felicia "Snoop" Pearson, on The Wire. She wrote a memoir titled Grace After Midnight.
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'Snoop' from 'The Wire' makes the jump to 'Chi-Raq'
Chicago Times - over 1 year
When Felicia Pearson joined the cast of HBO's "The Wire" in Season 3, she became yet another indelible character on the show, in large part because she was a woman operating in what was primarily a man's game. Snoop, as she was called on the show (it's also her real-life nickname), was part of...
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'The Wire' actress: Freddie Gray was a wonderful person
CNN - almost 2 years
CNN's Brooke Baldwin talks to Felicia Pearson, who portrayed "Snoop" on the television series "The Wire," about the death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore.
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Funny or Die stages 'The Wire: The Musical'
LATimes - almost 5 years
Is there any way to improve on HBO’s critically acclaimed series “The Wire”? Well, it could be turned into a Broadway musical, of course. Before fans of the beloved drama cry foul, protective of the legacy of the TV series that closely examined the drug-ridden streets of Baltimore, it should be noted that the musical is all in good humor, courtesy of the folks at Funny or Die. The parody managed to recruit nearly half the original cast, including Larry Gilliard Jr. (D'Angelo Barksdale), Felicia Pearson (Snoop), Andre Royo (Bubbles), Sonja Sohn (Kima) and Michael K. Williams (Omar), where they employ their best jazz hands. In the four-minute clip, they manage to turn the gritty street tales into something more family-friendly and tease the musical's cheery songs such as "Omar's Comin,' " "It's All in the Game" and a sad ballad, "I'm Just a Burner," told from the point of view of the prepaid cellphones used by drug dealers. Check out Omar breaking into song and dance, a singin ...
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'Diamond Ruff' Movie To Begin Filming in Hartford - Hartford Courant
Google News - over 5 years
Felicia Pearson, who played the assassin Snoop on "The Wire," also has committed to the movie, Young said. The Baltimore native will play KK, a brash, shoot-'em-up criminal who first encounters Ruff as she holds up a convenience store
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Felicia Pearson hrala díkerku a vryhyňu. Je to dílerka a vrahyňa! - DNES.sk
Google News - over 5 years
Z väzenia ju však prepustili v roku 2000 po šesť a pol roku. O dva roky neskôr získala rolu v seriáli The Wire - Špina Baltimoru, v ktorom stvárnila drogovú dílerku a vrahyňu. Video k téme: Felicia Pearson hrala díkerku a vryhyňu
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Felicia Pearson Receives Suspended Prison Term - FemaleFirst.co.uk
Google News - over 5 years
Felicia Pearson has been handed a seven-year suspended prison sentence and three years' probation after pleading guilty to a drug charge. The star, who played drug dealer and assassin Snoop in the hit TV series, was among a group of 38 suspects
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Sur Ecoute : Felicia Pearson condamnée pour possession de drogues - Direct Star
Google News - over 5 years
Felicia Pearson, l'actrice qui jouait Snoop dans la série culte The Wire (Sur Ecoute) a été condamnée à trois ans avec sursis pour possession de drogues. Dans la série devenue culte Sur Ecoute, diffusée sur HBO, Felicia Pearson incarnait une membre
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Kanye West Says Haters Hate Him Like Hitler - Wall Street Journal (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
[Beverly Hills Courier] Actress from 'The Wire' Takes Plea Deal: Felicia Pearson, aka Snoop on the TV drama “The Wire,” pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute cocaine, according to the Associated Press. The actress was arrested earlier this year
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The Wire's Felicia "Snoop" Pearson Rats Herself Out - E! Online
Google News - over 5 years
Felicia Pearson, who played a drug dealer's assassin of the same name on The Wire, has craftily kept herself out of prison by pleading guilty to conspiracy to distribute heroin for her role in a Baltimore drug ring. By cutting a deal a day before her ... - -
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Dwayne Pearson's Murder Still Unsolved - MyFox Detroit
Google News - over 5 years
He don't deserve to walk the streets and do this to another family," said Felicia Pearson, the victim's mother. "Anybody who (has) any information please call. Let's get this guy off the streets before he (does) it to somebody else
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Alarming Rise in Celeb Drug Busts - CelebStoner
Google News - over 5 years
There were six actors and reality-TV stars arrested: Antoine Dodson, Steve Gold, Jody Lathan, Ezra Miller, Felicia Pearson and April Purvis. • Former baseball star Lenny Dykstra and boxer Tommy Morrison were also arrested. • Out of the 38 arrests,
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Cambiar la ficción por la realidad - ADN.es
Google News - almost 6 years
Un ejemplo reciente es el de la joven Felicia Pearson, que interpreta a una traficante y asesina en The Wire y en marzo fue detenida por tráfico de drogas. Incluso los hay que recorren el camino inverso: Tony Sirico, Paulie en Los Soprano, perteneció a
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What 'The Wire' Creators Want From Holder - Main Justice
Google News - almost 6 years
... destructive and dehumanizing drug prohibition.” Simon is currently working on a new HBO drama titled “Treme,” which centers on New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. Felicia Pearson, who played Snoop on “The Wire,” was indicted on drug charges in
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Los fans reclaman y 'ordenan' que haya más 'The Wire' - La Voz Libre
Google News - almost 6 years
De hecho, ésta última encarnada por Felicia Pearson, está siendo juzgada por narcotráfico. Y es que hay veces que la realidad sólo puede aspirar a igualar la magistral ficción. > En la imagen central, el Fiscal General de Estados Unidos,
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Holder: I Want More of 'The Wire' - Main Justice
Google News - almost 6 years
Felicia Pearson, who played Snoop on “The Wire,” was indicted on drug charges in March. Pearson, who was convicted of second-degree murder at age 14, allegedly helped finance a Baltimore heroin operation
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Iconic TV bit character actors - Seattle Post Intelligencer
Google News - almost 6 years
Actress Felicia Pearson -- best known as the cold-blooded killer Snoop on 'The Wire' -- pleaded not guilty to drug charges on Tuesday, May 17, 2011. It's an extreme example of the fate of actors best known for one iconic bit character (and, sometimes,
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Felicia Pearson
    THIRTIES
  • 2016
    Age 35
    In 2016, she played the role of Roxy Barnes in "Good Cop Bad Cop" the 2nd episode of the 7th season of the CBS police procedural drama Blue Bloods.
    More Details Hide Details Pearson was featured in the song "It's A Stick Up" with Tony Yayo and Mazaradi Fox. The music video for the song featured clips from The Wire. She has also discussed her plans for forthcoming musical projects in a number of interviews. She has the only speaking part in Snoop Dogg’s "So Many Pros," and appears in three "roles" in the video (a live-action montage of fake movie posters). Pearson has also volunteered as a prison visitor and worked on anti-violence and literary campaigns for youths, and supported The Stay Strong Foundation.
  • 2015
    Age 34
    In December 2015, Pearson appeared in Spike Lee's movie Chi-Raq as Dania.
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    In February 2015, Pearson appeared in Da Sweet Blood of Jesus as Lucky Mays.
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  • 2011
    Age 30
    In August 2011, she pleaded guilty to the charges a day before her trial was to begin.
    More Details Hide Details She was sentenced to a suspended seven-year prison term, with credit for time served, and given three years of supervised probation.
    After a month in jail, Pearson was offered bail of $50,000 on April 8, 2011.
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    On March 10, 2011, Pearson was arrested along with 60 others for alleged drug offenses.
    More Details Hide Details The arrest was made during a predawn raid at her home in Baltimore following a five-month DEA operation. Denying bail, Judge John Addison Howard, after Pearson expressed concerns about being recognized wherever she went, reasoned: "Well, you can change your appearance, I've seen the episodes of The Wire in which you appear. You look very different than you do here today, and I'm not talking about the jumpsuit, I'm talking about your general appearance."
  • TEENAGE
  • 2000
    Age 19
    While in prison, she earned her GED and was released in 2000.
    More Details Hide Details She landed a local job fabricating car bumpers, but was fired after only two weeks when her employer learned she had a prison record. Pearson met Michael K. Williams, who played Omar Little on The Wire, in a Baltimore club. He invited her to come to the set one day. He introduced her to the writers and the producers, and after subsequent auditions, she was offered a role in the series. She has appeared in videos of R&B singer Lil' Mo's "Dem Boyz," rapper Rick Ross' "The Boss," "Here I Am," as well as "Cash Flow" by rapper Ace Hood and "Shabba (feat ASAP Rocky)" by A$AP Ferg.. For her performance in The Wire, Stephen King called her "perhaps the most terrifying female villain to ever appear in a television series".
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1980
    Born
    Born on May 18, 1980.
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