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Malinda Williams is an American actress with an estimated net worth of $1.5 million dollars. Born in Elizabeth, New Jersey, Malinda Williams attended Union County College in New Jersey along with The Actor’s Conservatory in New York. She began her professional career in the late 80s, appearing on “The Cosby Show”. From that point, she went to guest starring roles on various television programs, including, “Miami Vice”, “Laurel Avenue”, “Roc”, “South Central”, “My So-Called Life”, “Me and the Boys”, “Captain Planet and the Planeteers”, “Sister, Sister”, and “The Client”.
Malinda Williams Net Worth $1.5 Million Dollars
Malinda Williams made her film debut in “The Thin Line Between Love and Hate” in 1996, and his since moved between film and television work continuously. Miami is most widely recognized for her five seasons on the hit show, “Soul Food” on Showtime, and for her performances in such films as, “Uninvited Guest”, “The Wood”, “Idlewild”, and “Daddy’s Little Girls”.
Birth date: September 24, 1970 Birth place: Heidelberg, Germany Height: 5 ft 2 in (1.575 m) Profession: Actress, producer Education: Westfield High School, Union County College in Elizabeth, New York's Actors Conservatory (acting classes) Nationality: United States of America Spouse: D‐Nice (m. 2008–2010), Mekhi Phifer (m. 1999–2003) Children: Omikaye Phifer Parents: Beverly Williams, Fred Williams Siblings: Lisa Sorensen, Leslie Dunn Nominations: Black Reel Award for Best Actress (1999), NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series (2003-2005), American Black Film Festival Award for Best Performance (2012) Movies: "Laurel Avenue" (1993), "A Thin Line Between Love and Hate" (1996), "High School High" (1996), "The Wood", "First Sunday" (2008), "Daddy's Little Girls" (2007) TV shows: "Soul Food" (2000-2004), Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher (1997-1998), "The District" (2004), "The John Larroquette Show" (1996)
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# Fact 1 Appears in G Unit's Young Buck music video 'Shorty Wanna Ride' as his love interest. [September 2004] 2 Has a son named Omikaye with ex-husband Mekhi Phifer. 3 Studied at The Actor's Conservatory in New York City.
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Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie Award shared with 2012 Grand Jury Prize American Black Film Festival Best Performance by an Actor (Male or Female) The Undershepherd (2012) Nominated Awards Nominated awards Nominated awards
Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie Award shared with 2005 Image Award Image Awards Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series Soul Food (2000) 2004 Image Award Image Awards Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series Soul Food (2000) 2003 Image Award Image Awards Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series Soul Food (2000) 2000 Black Reel Black Reel Awards Theatrical - Best Actress The Wood (1999)
Filmography Actress Actress
Title Year Status Character Perceptions 2016/II Short completed Yolanda Merry Christmas, Baby 2016 TV Movie Marci A Baby for Christmas 2015 TV Movie Marci Girlfriends Getaway 2 2015 TV Movie Camille Accidental Love 2015 Rakeesha Marry Us for Christmas 2014 TV Movie Marci Girlfriends' Getaway 2014 TV Movie Camille Percentage 2014 Cassandra Marry Me for Christmas 2013 TV Movie Marci Jewel 24 Hour Love 2013 PJ A Cross to Bear 2012 TV Movie Fae Back Then 2012 Andrea 'Dre' Devine 2 Days in New York 2012 Elizabeth The Undershepherd 2012 Casandra A Day in the Life 2009/II Boopsy First Sunday 2008 Tianna Daddy's Little Girls 2007 Maya Windfall 2006 TV Series Kimberly George Idlewild 2006 Zora Exposure 2005 Short Woman #2 Soul Food 2000-2004 TV Series Tracy 'Bird' Van Adams The District 2004 TV Series Rennee Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 2004 TV Series Lori-Ann Dufoy The Division 2004 TV Series Tanya Half & Half 2003 TV Series Myra Movie Stars 2000 TV Series Bianca Dancing in September 2000 Rhonda Outreach 1999 TV Series Adrea Young The Wood 1999 Young Alicia Uninvited Guest 1999 Tammy Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher 1997-1998 TV Series Tasha Morrison Damn Whitey 1997 Short Malinda Dangerous Minds 1997 TV Series Lashawn NYPD Blue 1996 TV Series Annette Morris The John Larroquette Show 1996 TV Series Shanelle High School High 1996 Natalie Thompson Moesha 1996 TV Series Taylor Sunset Park 1996 Cheryl A Thin Line Between Love and Hate 1996 Erica The Client 1995 TV Series Zora Ward Under One Roof 1995 TV Series Tamika Sister, Sister 1994-1995 TV Series Tyra Captain Planet and the Planeteers 1995 TV Series Michelle CBS Schoolbreak Special 1995 TV Series Alex Bing Me and the Boys 1994 TV Series Elizabeth My So-Called Life 1994 TV Series Yvette South Central 1994 TV Series Candi Roc 1993 TV Series Celina Laurel Avenue 1993 TV Series Sheila Arnett Miami Vice 1990 TV Series Lynette The Cosby Show 1987-1990 TV Series Shana / Althea Logan Producer Producer
Title Year Status Character Marry Me for Christmas 2013 TV Movie executive producer Miscellaneous Miscellaneous
Title Year Status Character History Is Made at Night 1999 assistant to producers - as Melinda Williams Self Self
Title Year Status Character Exhale 2013-2015 TV Series Herself - Co-Host Side Piece 2014 Documentary Herself 2013 Soul Train Awards 2013 TV Special Herself Kiss and Tell: The History of Black Romance in Movie 2012 Documentary Mic Check Live: Ms. Lauryn Hill & Tyrese Gibson 2011 TV Movie Herself - Guest The Mo'Nique Show 2010 TV Series Herself Played by Fame 2009 TV Series Herself The 40th NAACP Image Awards 2009 TV Special Herself 2007 Trumpet Awards 2007 TV Special Herself Angels Can't Help But Laugh 2007 Documentary Herself The 33rd Annual People's Choice Awards 2007 TV Special documentary Herself BET Awards 2006 2006 TV Special Herself The 2nd Annual Vibe Awards 2004 TV Special Herself Retrosexual: The 80's 2004 TV Mini-Series documentary Herself 4th Annual BET Awards 2004 TV Special Herself 35th NAACP Image Awards 2004 TV Special Herself Vibe Awards 2003 TV Special Herself MADtv 2003 TV Series Herself 34th NAACP Image Awards 2003 TV Special Herself 32nd NAACP Image Awards 2001 TV Special Herself Steven Spielberg's Director's Chair 1996 Video Game Herself / Production Assistant