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KING'S RANSOM

KELLITA SMITH co-stars as Wanda Mac, the independent, career-savvy, yet loving and charming wife of comedian/actor Bernie Mac on the FOX Television series, "The Bernie Mac Show.”

Clearly establishing a presence on the small screen, the beautiful and talented actress has also graced the big screen. She co-starred in Fox Searchlight's Kingdom Come starring Whoopi Goldberg, Miramax's The Crossing Guard with Jack Nicholson directed by Sean Pean, and New Line Cinema's House Party III. Last fall, Smith starred in the indie comedy feature Beauty Shop – The Movie opposite Mo'nique. This summer she can be seen in Fox Searchlight's Roll Bounce, directed by Malcolm Lee. 

Kellita's dynamic aura and genuine love for people have always been prevalent and her energy and charm will captivate any audience. She eventually discovered and developed her acting talent by a chance-casting in the play, "Tell It Like It Tiz,” which toured the U.S. for two years. Other theatrical credits include the Los Angeles productions of "No Place To Be Somebody” at the K.C. Theatre Company, "Feelings” (The Hudson Theatre), for which she won an NAACP Theatre Award for Best Supporting Actress, and "The Thirteenth Thorn” (Complex Theatre), for which she was nominated for an NAACP Theatre Award for Best Actress. In the past, she has held recurring roles on CBS' "Nash Bridges,” UPN's "Malcolm & Eddie,” FOX Television's "Martin” and The WB's "Jamie Foxx Show” and "Sister, Sister.”

Kellita was born in Chicago and raised in Oakland. She relocated to L.A. where she currently resides to pursue an acting career. In her spare time, she practices other art forms such as fencing, tae kwon do, snowmobile riding, tennis and recently, she's taken on sculpting. Kellita admits, "I envision myself as the next action babe...watch out Angelina Jolie.”

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