LORETTA DEVINE (Marguerite) has created indelible roles in both television and feature films. She starred with Alfre Woodard twice in the dramas "Down In The Delta" and the acclaimed "Funny Valentines" in which she portrayed a mentally-challenged
woman repairing her relationship with her estranged cousin (Woodard). Devine also co starred with Whitney Houston in the films "Waiting to Exhale" and "The Preacher's Wife."
Among her numerous film credits are "Little Nikita," "Stanley and Iris" opposite Jane Fonda and Robert De
Niro, "Livin' Large," "Class Act," "Caged Fear," "Amos and Andrew" with Samuel L. Jackson and Nicolas Cage, "Clover," "Hoodlum" with Laurence Fishburne and Andy Garcia, "Urban Legend," and "Punks." Devine also starred in the award-winning HBO pictures "Introducing Dorothy Dandridge" starring Halle Berry and "Don King: Only In America" opposite Ving
In television, Devine voiced the character Muriel Stubbs on the Eddie Murphy-produced animated series "The P.J.s." Other television credits include "The Murder of Mary Phagan" with Jack Lemmon, "Parent Trap 3," "Freedom Song," and the recent "Best Actress."
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