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Kym Whitley (2821 hits)

Whitley was born in Shaker Heights, Ohio. She attended Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee.

Career
Whitley's major acting roles include My Brother and Me, Sister, Sister and Sparks. She made guest appearances in several television sitcoms, including The Parent 'Hood, Married... with Children, Moesha, That's So Raven, The Parkers and Curb Your Enthusiasm. She also hosted the short lived BET show, "Oh Drama"(2000) She also had a small role in Next Friday as Craig's aunt Suga. She was one of "The Adults" in the earlier seasons of All That. "The Adults", as they were called, were grown-up featuring cast members that appeared in sketches with the regular cast. In the early spring of 2010, Whitley was a co-host with R&B musician, Brian McKnight on the short-lived talk show, The Brian McKnight Show. From 2012 to 2013, Whitley had a recurring role on the BET comedy Let's Stay Together as Charmaine Wax.

Kym's docu-series entitled "Raising Whitley" on the Oprah Winfrey network (OWN) premiered on April 20, 2013 with a total of 1.2 million viewers making it the fifth biggest premiere in the history of the network.[3] Due to the success of the first season, OWN ordered a second season, which premiered on January 4, 2014.

Kym created the 'Don't Feed Me' t-shirt with her friend, Rodney Van Johnson. The t-shirts alert caregivers to the allergies of the children wearing them.
Posted By: Reginald Culpepper
Friday, September 30th 2005 at 11:45PM
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