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Kimberly Elise

Born April 17, 1967 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Kimberly Elise was born on April 17, 1967 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. Elise studied film and acting at the University of Minnesota and earned a BA in Mass Communications. She is best known for her role in the films Set It Off, John Q, and Diary of a Mad Black Woman. Her most recent film role was in Tyler Perry's For Colored Girls (2010), as the battered wife Crystal. Elise is a four-time NAACP Image Award winner.
Death Wish (2018)
as "Detective Jackson"
as "Cheryl"
as "Sonia Jarvis"
Dope (2015)
as "Lisa Hayes"
as "Mary Thomas"
as "Angela Logan"
as "Toni"
Event 15 (2013)
as "Blau"
as "Stagecoach Mary"
as "Crystal / Brown"
as "Sonya Carson"
as "Pearl Farmer"
Pride (2007)
as "Sue Davis"
as "Michelle Jordan"
as "FBI Ag. Eugenie Rose"
John Q (2002)
as "Denise Archibald"
Bojangles (2001)
as "Fannie"
Bait (2000)
as "Lisa Hill"
Beloved (1998)
as "Denver"
Set It Off (1996)
as "Tisean"
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