And Hollywood seemsto allow only three black women in leading roles in mainstream movies at a time(and those spots are currently taken by Queen Latifah, Halle Berry,and Kerry Washington). But read on to find out where you boyfriend Boris Kodjoe (who is seriously one of thebest-looking men alive, and that’s coming from a lesbian) married in real lifein 2005, and had a daughter.
She began her career on television, before appearing in films A Thin Line Between Love and Hate (1996), High School High (1996), and The Wood (1999).
But, maybe she'll make more red carpet appearances -- with a boyfriend, perhaps -- this year. She starred in a TV movie in 2011, which is currently in post-production, and has four other films that will all hopefully make their debut sometime soon.
Malinda Williams is currently filed for divorce from D-Nice.
DJ said that the best way to get over the spouse is to hook up. When he was in a relationship with the girl, the split between Williams and DJ started to heal.
But, unfortunately, the girl became pregnant out of wedlock.
When they’re not laughing, crying, celebrating, or helpingeach other out of a jam, they’re driving each other crazy, in big and smallways.
She has two sisters, Leslie Dunn and Lisa Sorensen.The lesbian story line never went anywhere, but I got sucked into the series, ordered the first season on DVD, and watched it all inone long weekend.I had to wait four years for Paramount to release the second season on DVD,which they finally did earlier this month, but only a few minutes into the firstdisc, the feeling was definitely back. I mean, besides the fantastic music andthe fact that, as the first long-running and successful dramatic series on televisionto feature a predominantly African-American cast (it ran from 2000 to 2004),it was basically the black community’s without all the lesbians, but with a much better theme song. Three sisters, in particular: Teri, Bird, and Maxine, played by Nicole Ari Parker, Malinda Williams, and Vanessa A. Their relationship is alternately supportive, meddlesome, andconfrontational.From 2000 to 2004, Williams starred as Tracy "Bird" Van Adams in the Showtime drama series Soul Food, for which she received three NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series nominations.After starring role in the short-lived NBC drama series Windfall, Williams returned to film playing supporting roles in Idlewild (2006), Daddy's Little Girls (2007), First Sunday (2008), and 2 Days in New York (2012).