An actress with a heart of wisdom, Kimberly Elise becomes a stronger actor with each role. Many audiences gained notice of her talent in the film, “Set it Off,” as T.T. who finds herself between a rock and a hard place over and over again. Her soft demeanor would change fiercely to protect her young child. Roles in “Beloved,” “The Manchurian Candidate,” and “Diary of a Mad Black Woman” also showcase her wide-eyed force onscreen.
Playing a mother in “John Q” saw Kimberly as a strong woman fighting to gain care for her dying son. Acting alongside Denzel Washington saw her shine to create a bold meet of acting chemistry.
As Sloane Hayes on “Hit the Floor,” Kimberly is confident and commanding while dodging drama and often in the thick of it. Her signature sees to play characters that capture the mind. The characters are full of emotions that the audience can relate to. Because of this, continuing to captivate the screen is this storyteller Kimberly Elise.