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Women On The Move Presents: "Porscha Coleman"!

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Since the age of 5, Porscha Coleman has been singing and performing professionally on stage. She loved to sing to the songs of such artists as Janet Jackson, Anita Baker, Brandy, Mariah Carey, and Toni Braxton, and even loved to explore the sounds of Boyz II Men, Michael Jackson, Jodeci, Intro, and New Edition. She was signed by a top children’s agency and by the age of eight, she had began her career in acting, appearing on many television shows and commercials. She has appeared as a lead dancer in the music videos for such artists as 50 Cent and G-Unit, Faith Evans, Will Smith, Kanye West, Nelly, Busta Ryhmes, and Snoop Dogg. Her first big break came in 2001 when Porscha, who has a 4-octave range, sang live to the track of J-Lo’s hit song, “Waiting for Tonight” on the hit show “The Great Pretenders” on Fox Family Channel and won 1st place karaoke winner. She soon was selected to become a Los Angeles Sparkid, performing at The Staples Center during home games for the WNBA’s, Los Angeles Sparks. She also became principal dancer at 4th Annual BET Awards (2004), 32nd Annual American Music Awards, The (2004), 19th Annual Soul Train Music Awards, The (2005), BET Awards 2006, and Jimmy Kimmel Live! (episode dated 20 June, 2005, and 20 December, 2005). As for acting, Porscha was spotted as a guest in an episode of "The Gregory Hines Show," ABC's Emmy Award-winning police drama "NYPD Blue," CBS family drama "Touched by an Angel," ABC short-lived sitcom "The Geena Davis Show," CBS sitcom "The Ellen Show," ABC sitcom "My Wife and Kids," and Disney series based on the "Monday Night Football Club" books by Gordon Korman, "The Jersey." She appeared in two episodes of FOX teen drama "Boston Public" and UPN sitcom "The Parkers," a spin-off of "Moesha." She also made her first appearance on TV movie in the Disney movie "Pixel Perfect" (2004), alongside Ricky Ullman, Spencer Redford, and Leah Pipes.