Kim Fields is Us base, producer, director and screenwriter born on May 12, 1969, in New York, United States. She is quite known for performing on the television series The Facts of Life in the role of Dorothy ‘Tootie’ Ramsey from 1979 to 1988. Kim Fields Net Worth Is $9 Million.
The 18 August 2015, it was announced that he would join the cast of the reality of the chain Bravo The Real Housewives of Atlanta in the 8th season. The 8 of March 2016, Fields was announced as one of the celebrities who will compete in the 22nd season of Dancing with the Stars, where he was a professional partner dancer Sasha Farber.
She was married to Johnathon Franklin Freeman (1995-2001), as of 2007 she is married to Christopher Morgan, who has a son: Sebastián Morgan Alexander.
Kim Fields Net Worth & Biography
Kim Fields was born in New York in 1969. We are at the height of the civil rights struggle in the United States and the African American community openly challenges the stereotyped image of herself in American cinema and television. Actors like Steven Perry, Marc Copage, George Spell, Kevin Hooks, Erin Blunt and then Todd Bridges and Gary Coleman are in the front row in this battle. The situation was particularly difficult for the African-American girl, whose exclusive model was that of “Topsy”, the little slave girl in Uncle Tom’s Hut(1853), character that beyond the good intentions of the abolitionist author Harriet Beecher Stowe had turned into a pitiful caricature, which the few actresses African-American girls of the past (from Dorothy Morrison to Jannie Hoskins and Hannah Washington ) had owed them despite adapting.
Kim Fields comes to success with the sitcom The Facts Of Life (Italian for The Facts of Life ), aired on NBC from 1979 to 1988. In this series plays the role of student Tootie Ramsey, witty teen and a little gossipy. In the first series, she is forced to act on roller skates because she was not tall enough to guarantee the right angles in the shots; another of its main features is the device that leads to the teeth for all the episodes of the first five seasons. In some episodes of the first seasons of the series, despite being less than 14 years of age, shows his early ability to act in difficult and dramatic situations: he runs into a pedophile photographer (ep .. 2×14, Pretty Babies ), meets a girl- ring that wants to get her into prostitution (eg 3×17, Runaway ), does alcohol abuse (ep. 3×02, Growing Pains), he lets himself go to a crisis of fanaticism for his show idol (ep 3×16, Starstruck ).
In 1979 he played the role of Lidya Haley in Roots 2 ( Roots: The Next Generation ).
In 1980 he played in the TV movie The Children of Divorce the dramatic role of Denise, a very young gymnast who, due to the separation of parents, begins to abuse alcohol, and this will lead her to ruin her career permanently.
Between 1993 and 1998 she played the role of Regine Hunter in the sitcom Living Single, never broadcast in Italy.
In 2001 he starred in the film Me and Mrs. Jones, with Wanda Christine and Brian J. White.
In his career, he also participated as a guest star in some episodes of other successful series, such as Mork & Mindy, My friend Arnold, Willy, Prince of Bel Air. He then performed marginal roles in several episodes of television series but also dedicated to cinema, theater, and music both as an interpreter and as a producer.
In May 2007 her first child, Alexander Sebastian, was born, from the relationship with Christopher L. Morgan with whom she officially married on July 31, 2007.
She also has the degree of communication sciences (with specialization in journalism and TV production).
Kim Fields Filmography
|1977||Have I Got a Christmas for You||Sharon Hayes||TV movie|
|1978||Baby, I’m Back||Angie Ellis||13 episodes|
|1978–1979||Good Times||Kim||2 episodes|
|1979–1981||Diff’rent Strokes||Dorothy ‘Tootie’ Ramsey||5 episodes|
|1979||Mork & Mindy||Patti||Episode: “Mork’s Health Hints”|
|1979||Roots: The Next Generations||Lydia Haley||Episode 6|
|1979–1988||The Facts of Life||Dorothy ‘Tootie’ Ramsey||202 episodes|
|1980||Children of Divorce||Denise Williams||TV movie|
|1980||The Comeback Kid||Molly||TV movie|
|1982||The Facts of Life Goes to Paris||Dorothy ‘Tootie’ Ramsey||TV movie|
|1982||The Kid with the Broken Halo||Teri Desautel||TV movie|
|1984||Pryor’s Place||Rita||Episode: “Cousin Rita “|
|1985||Family Feud||Herself||Teen Celebrity Special Week|
|1987||The Facts of Life Down Under||Dorothy ‘Tootie’ Ramsey||TV movie|
|1988||227||Donna Dalton||Episode: “The Roommate”|
|1992||Martin||Monica Hurd||Episode: “Radio Days”|
|1992||The Golden Palace||Trisha||Episode: “Can’t Stand Losing You”|
|1993–1998||Living Single||Regine Hunter||118 episodes|
|1993||Roc||Ruth||Episode: “Second Time Around”|
|1993||The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air||Monique||Episode: “The Best Laid Plans”|
|1995||The Crew||Regine Hunter||Episode: “The Mating Season”|
|1996||C Bear and Jamal||Maya||Voice role|
|1997/1999||Kenan & Kel||Miss Horn||2 episodes|
|1998||Cupid||Theresa||Episode: “Hung Jury”|
|2000||Hidden Blessings||Carrie McNichols||TV movie|
|2000||Strong Medicine||Lottie||Episode: “Side Effects”|
|2001||Me & Mrs. Jones||Desiree|
|2001||The Drew Carey Show||Kate’s Double||Episode: “What’s Wrong with This Episode IV”|
|2001||The Facts of Life Reunion||Dorothy ‘Tootie’ Ramsey||TV movie|
|2001||The Steve Harvey Show||Corrine||Episode: “Dissin’ Cousins”|
|2003||Miss Match||LA Weekly Reporter||Episode: “Matchmaker, Matchmaker”|
|2004||One on One||Ms. Swain||2 episodes|
|2004||The Division||Principal Ogden||Episode(s): “Zero Tolerance” (parts 1 & 2)|
|2005||The Comeback||Herself||Episode: Pilot|
|2006||Eve||Rochelle||Episode: “Banishing Acts”|
|2008||The Cleaner||Carla Anders||Episode: “Lie with Me”|
|2010||Monster Mutt||Valerie Williams|
|2012||What to Expect When You’re Expecting||Social Worker|
|2014||For Better or For Worse||Roseanne||TV movie|
|2015–2016||The Real Housewives of Atlanta||Herself||Season 8|
|2016||Dancing with the Stars||Herself||Season 22|
|2017||A Question of Faith||Theresa Newman|
|2017||Wrapped Up In Christmas||Courtney Widmore||TV movie|
|1996, 1997||Living Single||2 episodes|
|1996–2000||Kenan & Kel||27 episodes|
|2009–2012||Tyler Perry’s House of Payne||8 episodes|
|2011||Let’s Stay Together||3 episodes|