Kellita Smith is a renowned American actress, comedian, and model. She is best recognized in the industry for showing exceptional performance as Wanda McCullough in the popular Fox’s sitcom The Bernie Mac Show.
Quick Facts About Kellita Smith
|Birthday||January 15, 1969|
|Age||48 Years Old|
15th January 1969 born Kellita Smith is an extremely talented actress who started her acting career by appearing in the stage play Tell It Like It Tiz. She has also appeared in other theatrical plays like No Place to be Somebody, Feelings, and The Thirteenth Thorn.
Kellita made her first on-screen appearance in 1993’s television series In Living Color. Her breakthrough role came in 1994 when she got selected to portray the character of Tracy in the TV series Martin. In 2001, she got her most appreciable role in Fox’s sitcom The Bernie Mac Show.
Othermovies like King’s Ransom, Roll Bounce, Feel the Noise, Imperial Dreams, A Deadly Adoption and Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!Presently, she is playing the role of Lieutenant Roberta Warren in horror comedy drama series Z Nation.
Discussing her personal life, Kellita Smith is currently single. She has kept much of the information about her personal life a secret. Kellita has never been in the media limelight for getting into love relation with any of her co-stars. Maybe, the actress is wanting to take her career to the best possible heights before spending her time to find and settle with a partner.
Smith has earned numerous awards and nominations throughout her acting career. For delivering exceptional performance in the theater play Feelings, she was awarded NAACP Theatre Award. Likewise, she earned a nomination for several awards including NAACP Image Award and BET Comedy Award for her phenomenal work in The Bernie Mac Show.
From dedicating over two decades in movie and TV world, she has earned an estimated net worth of $500 thousand and this amount is expected to expand in the future. More news and updates about Kellita Smith can be obtained from Twitter @KellitaSmith1.
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