Kim Wayans

Kim Wayans

  • Born on
    • October 16th, 1961
Kim N. Wayans is an American actress, comedian, producer, writer, and director. Wayans is the sister of Keenen Ivory, Damon Sr., Marlon, Shawn, and Nadia Wayans. She is best known for her numerous roles on the Fox sketch comedy show In Living Color, and Tonia Harris on In the House. In film she appeared in I'm Gonna Git You Sucka and Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood (both directed by her brother Keenen) and had a starring role in the art film Talking About Sex and later co-starred in Juwanna Mann as Latisha Jansen. She starred with her siblings on the Fox variety show In Living Color and A Low Down Dirty Shame. Her other television work includes regular appearances on the sitcom In the House with LL Cool J and a recurring role on A Different World. Recently, she has worked as a story editor on her brother Damon's sitcom My Wife and Kids. In 2008, she co wrote a series of children's books with her husband Kevin Knotts, entitled Amy Hodgepodge, about a multiracial girl adjusting to life in public school after years of homeschooling. In December 2011, she got a chance to showcase her dramatic chops with a supporting role as a mother who struggles to understand her seventeen-year-old daughter in Pariah. She was nominated (alongside co star Pernell Walker) for Best Supporting Actress at the 2012 Black Reel Awards but lost to Octavia Spencer for The Help.

Starring Kim Wayans on Plex


Acting (11 Credits)

2017Ray Meets Helen as FayeWatch Free
2014Reckless (2014) as Vi Briggs
2011Pariah as Audrey
2009Dance Flick as Ms. DontwannabebotheredWatch Free
2002Juwanna Mann as Latisha Jansen
1996Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood as Mrs. Johnson
1994Floundering as Unemployment clerk
1994A Low Down Dirty Shame as Diane
1990In Living Color
1988I'm Gonna Git You Sucka as Nightclub Singer
1987Hollywood Shuffle as Customer in Chair

Herself (1 Credits)



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