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PAM GRIER (Janice Wright) began her acting career and achieved fame in the early 1970s when she starred in a series of films including COFFY, FOXY BROWN, and SHEBA BABY. In the 1990s, she made an impact as the title character in JACKIE BROWN, and was honored with Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild, and NAACP nominations. Grier's feature film credits include HOLY SMOKE, IN TOO DEEP, SNOW DAY, and more recently the animation feature SCOOBY DOO III: THE CURSE OF CLEOPATRA, where she was the voice of "Cleopatra," and BACK IN THE DAY starring Ving Rhames, Joe Morton and Ja Rule. On the small screen, Grier was nominated for a daytime Emmy® Award for her work in "Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child," as well as appearing in the mini-series "1st To Die" and Showtime's "Anne Rice's The Feast Of All Saints" and "The L Word.”


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