Kellita Smith
American actor
Kellita Smith
Kellita Smith is an American actress and model. She is best known for her role as Wanda McCullough on the sitcom, The Bernie Mac Show. Kellita currently stars as the first Lady Katherine Johnson on The First Family.
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Friday's TV Highlights: 'Real Time With Bill Maher' on HBO
LATimes - 5 months
SERIES Z Nation This zombie-apocalypse series opens its third season with a special two-hour premiere. Russell Hodgkinson, Kellita Smith and Nat Zang star. 8 p.m. Syfy Penn & Teller: Fool Us Featured magicians in the season finale include Anthony Asimov, Angela Funovits, Ivan Amodei and Vince...
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Something Both Scandalous and Inspirational: “She’s Not Our Sister”
All Hip Hop - almost 5 years
Tyler Perry’s not the only Black playwright in the game, you know? Producer Johnnie Johnsons has released her newest and exciting musical comedy, “She’s Not Our Sister”, set for DVD and digital download release on May 1. The play, “She’s Not Our Sister,” follows the lives of three women and their different emotional experiences in dealing with their father’s death. With hidden secrets and talks of affair that tore their parents’ marriage up, they have also discovered that their estranged father has left them a multi-million dollar inheritance – and a half sister. But will the sisters be able to bury the hatchet and allow love to overcome all? Or allow for bitterness to break them up? With an All-Star cast including Kellita Smith, Drew Sidora, Azur-De, Christian Keyes, Clifton Powell, Tony Grant, and Jaszmine Lewis, “She’s Not Our Sister” brings director Vernon Snoop Robinson’s recent musical stage play about a family’s past to life. “She’s Not our Sister” is the highest-rated G ...
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She's Not Our Sister DVD Trailer
Movies Web - almost 5 years
Image Entertainment has released the DVD trailer for She's Not Our Sister, which hits DVD May 1. This musical stage play, directed by Vernon Snoop Robinson, stars Kellita Smith, Christian Keyes, and Drew Sidora and centers on three sisters who discover family secrets after their father passes away. Check it out. She's Not Our Sister DVD - Trailer Sibling relationships are complicated--on a good day; but when three sisters learn that their estranged father may have left them a multi-million dollar inheritance, fireworks really ignite! Oh, and then there's the half-sister they soon discover was one of their father's deep secrets! Directed by Vernon Snoop Robinson, this powerful, intimate and inspiring musical stage play demonstrates the range of emotions the sisters experience as they attempt to deal with the unexpected death of their father, long-buried family secrets, and the shocking revelation of an extra-marital affair that nearly exploded their parents' seemingly id ...
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Reception held to launch festival - Winston-Salem Journal
Google News - over 5 years
Crowd favorites also included Ted Lange, an actor familiar to many for his role on "The Love Boat"; Kellita Smith, an actress who appeared on "The Bernie Mac Show"; Glynn Turman, a veteran stage, film and television actor; and Hal Williams,
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Bernie Mac Show Cast - Screen Junkies
Google News - over 5 years
Kellita Smith as Wanda Mac Wanda is the vice president of a large corporation and the wife of Bernie Mac. Smith is a "The Bernie Mac Show" cast member from Chicago, Illinois. Smith has appeared in multiple television shows ("The Jamie Foxx Show" and
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New DVD Release From Filmmaker Shawn Baker "Comrades" Available Now - Release-news.com (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
It stars Kellita Smith (Bernie Mac Show), Olivia Longott (VH1's Love in Hip Hop) and Al Thompson (Love Don't Cost A Thing). In addition, Shawn Baker wrote and intends to collaborate with West Coast King Snoop Dogg in the gangster drama tentatively
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New DVD Release from Filmmaker Shawn Baker "Comrades" Available Now - Benzinga
Google News - over 5 years
It stars Kellita Smith (Bernie Mac Show), Olivia Longott (VH1's Love in Hip Hop) and Al Thompson (Love Don't Cost A Thing). In addition, Shawn Baker wrote and intends to collaborate with West Coast King Snoop Dogg in the gangster drama "Snoopafly
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House of Kas's one-year anniversary fashion show - Fibre2fashion.com
Google News - over 5 years
... fashion house in the nation's capital, catering to such clients as Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker, International Superstar Rihanna, Grammy-Award Nominee Raheem DeVaughn, Recording Artist Deborah Cox, Actress Kellita Smith and more
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Author of the Hit Stage Play “One Woman, Two Lives” Launches Second Novel - PR-USA.net (press release)
Google News - almost 6 years
In 2008 and 2009 playwright Alretha Thomas experienced the fulfillment of two dreams -- the nation elected Barack Obama, the first African-American president, and her stage play “One Woman, Two Lives” starring Kellita Smith of “Bernie Mac Show” fame,
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'FEEL THE NOISE'; Rapper Meets Reggaetón (And Girl)
NYTimes - over 9 years
There's a lot going on under the surface of ''Feel the Noise,'' far more than its indefensibly generic title suggests. Its milieu is fascinating; its melodrama -- about a rising performer's tribulations -- less so. Rob (the R&B semistar Omarion, billed as Omarion Grandberry) is a struggling Harlem rapper in trouble with the police and a thug whose
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FILM REVIEW; Roller-Skating Their Troubles Away, 70's Style
NYTimes - over 11 years
A drowsy comedy about a handful of kids grooving and roller-skating, ''Roll Bounce'' has heart and good vibes but little else to recommend it. Directed by Malcolm D. Lee, who did marginally peppier work with ''Undercover Brother,'' this bland family fare stars the young rapper Bow Wow (né Shad Gregory Moss) as Xavier, X for short, the most
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FILM REVIEW; Malcolm, in the Middle of Some Loutish Schemes
NYTimes - almost 12 years
The desperately unfunny kidnapping farce ''King's Ransom'' is the cinematic equivalent of trampled chewing gum on a subway platform. Like that spat-out detritus, the movie is so negligible that you barely notice it under your feet until it gets stuck to the soles of your shoes, and you find yourself spending the next hour and a half scraping it
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Bernie Mac Smacks A Nerve
NYTimes - almost 15 years
The Glamour Nail Salon is in a suburban strip mall 20 minutes outside Chicago. On this gray April afternoon, the clients are respectable, churchgoing black women of a certain age; they sit at the buffing stations, wearing sweat pants, reading Ebony and chatting quietly about their kids. Swinging open the glass door, Bernie Mac (né McCullough)
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TELEVISION REVIEW; A Comedian Wrestles With Instant Fatherhood
NYTimes - over 15 years
''The Bernie Mac Show'' is determined not to be just another family sitcom. In pursuit of that objective, it sabotages itself, flirting with offensiveness in a way that is likely to overshadow its good points. The show features Mr. Mac as a comedian who, with his wife, reluctantly inherits the three children of his drug-abusing sister. The concept
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FILM REVIEW;From Sean Penn, a Raw Style and a Vision
NYTimes - over 21 years
Sean Penn is a slugger of a film maker, whether pummeling his audience with the obvious or hammering home the heartfelt and true. His second feature, "The Crossing Guard," has the same brute force that made his "Indian Runner" such a gripping oddity, bearing the distinctive stamp of Mr. Penn's raw, searching style. Once again, for all the
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Kellita Smith
    THIRTIES
  • 2009
    Age 39
    Other theatrical credits include the Los Angeles productions of No Place to be Somebody at the K.C. Theatre Company, Feelings (The Hudson Theatre) for which she won an NAACP Theatre Award for Best Supporting Actress, The Thirteenth Thorn (Complex Theatre) for which she was nominated for an NAACP Theatre Award for Best Actress, and One Woman Two Lives, which premiered at The Imagined Life Theater in July 2009.
    More Details Hide Details Smith has appeared in magazines such as Savoy, People, TV Guide, Dysonna, Esquire, Black Men, Emmy, Fitness, Oil of Olay, Glamour, Vanity Fair, Cosmopolitan, Jet, Today's Black Woman, Stuff, and Essence.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1969
    Born
    Born on July 11, 1969.
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