Callywood

Women IN Entertainment

by Callywood

 - Thu, Nov 5 2009

...Women IN Entertainment...11/7/09 Not Just an ALL Boy's Club any More, or is It? Karen Sillas appeared in Hal Harley's 1992 film, Simple Men. She kicked off the 1998-99 prime-time television season with a double-dose of family viewing during premiere week, appearing on two of CBS' most acclaimed TV series, Touched by an Angel and Promised Land. Susan Weeks - Harry Potter Movies/Men In Black II (CGI) East Coast Live - Entertainment Reporter to the stars. Denise Dowse - grew up in Europe. It was delicious. I worked for the US Army and traveled every chance I got. I worked hard, partied maybe a little harder (aahh to be 20 again - lol), I fell down the Zughspitz mountainside, I managed a rock and roll band, I went to Oktoberfest, I fell in love Wendy Raquel Robinson Born in Los Angeles, Robinson attended Howard University earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts in drama.[1] She made her acting debut in 1993 on an episode of Martin. That same year she guest starred on episodes of Thea and The Sinbad Show. In 1995, Robinson co-starred on the short-lived NBC sitcom Minor Adjustments, starring Rondell Sheridan. The following year she won the role of Regina "Piggy" Grier in the sitcom The Steve Harvey Show which aired for six seasons on The WB Television Network. After the series ended its run in 2002, she appeared on the short-lived sketch comedy series Cedric the Entertainer Presents. Robinson also made guest appearances on The Parkers, All of Us, and The New Adventures of Old Christine. In 2006, Robinson began portraying the role of Tasha Mack, in the CW sitcom The Game. The series aired for three seasons before being canceled in May 2009. Marva King - Diary Of A Mad Black Women (Tyler Perry Play) Annie McKnight - America's Funniest People Winner New Music by Chanell London - Just Us Records 420 Comic Jeffery Peterson

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