Omaha’s Fylicia Renee’ King

-A +A


Where She’s From: Born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska, Fylicia Renee’ King has been honing her craft as an actor, voice-over artist, writer and producer, in the Los Angeles area for nearly six years.

In that period of time, she’s appeared on "The Shield", "The Bold & The Beautiful", the critically acclaimed film "Cryptz", several independent short films, 12 stage plays, an MTV promo and two LIFETIME Network promos; as well as numerous National T.V. Commercials.

Where She’s At: As a writer, she wrote, performed and produced her 1-Woman Show, "Momma Was A Bad Mutha..shut Yo Mouth", where she portrayed 15 characters. In 2005, it garnered her an NAACP "Best Lead Actress" Theater award nomination. In 2004, her 1-Woman show won the preliminary round of "15-Minutes of Fem "V" solo competition. Additionally, she completed a 6-week run at Masquers Cabaret, receiving rave reviews from the LA Weekly.
In 2003, Fylicia Renee’ King was nominated by the Coleman and Smith Theater Company for a "Best Supporting Actress" Award.

Where She’s Heading: In 2005, she formed her production company with her long time friend Justin Gelband, "The Other Side Of Money Productions", in which she conceived, wrote and produced "D Street", a children’s 30-minute Fitness/Variety show. She teamed up with Josh Duhamel (Star of NBC’s Las Vegas) to shoot a T.V. pilot presentation; which is currently being pitched to major networks. The format for "D Street" is EDUTAINMENT.

It’s packed full of hot musical guests, athletes, celebrities and dancers. Young people schooling their peers, using the hip-hop culture in a fun and hip way regarding issues affecting their generation (Diabetes Type II, Childhood Obesity & Heart Disease); as well as creating a plat form where young people have a voice.

King’s Words Of Wisdom: “Be an Optimist and a Dreamer. Expect Greatness from yourself, and the best kind of unexpected surprises will find their way into your life—Anonymous. I live by these words everyday, all day.�
King’s Secrets Of Success: “Stay focused and positive.  No one cares about your dreams, desires and goals more than you; so protect them and protect you.�
King’s Favorite Three Books: “The Coldest Winter Ever, by Sistah Souljah, The Box Car Children,
Pelican Brief and A Time To Kill, by John Grisham.�
King’s Favorite Movies: “Mahogany, The Prince of Tides, Lady Sings the Blues,
Thomasina & Bushrod.�
The First Three Things King Would Do As President: Asses the war in Iraq, asses Healthcare in this country, and asses and make necessary changes to our Social Security system in this country.�

For more on King please visit: 
and and and and

For profile considerations please send a brief bio and headshot to

To subscribe to or advertise in New York’s leading Pan African weekly investigative newspaper, please call (212) 481-7745 or send a note to
“Speaking Truth To Empower.�

Also Check Out...

“We depend on people being honest, and it’s important to know the president is honest too,” s
Trump’s Taxes: A question of
But appearing later that night on CNN, Steve Romines, one of Walker’s attorneys, said he had obtained a Louisville Metro Police
Ballistics Refute Cameron's
 in the midst of an unprecedented public health crisis, they are willing to ram through a Supreme Court nominee
Sanders Calls Republicans’ Supreme
Iran instantly recognized “the feet kneeling on the neck as the feet of arrogance on the neck of independent nations.”
UN: World Leaders Weigh in on
In recent months, the Guinean authorities have harassed, intimidated, and arbitrarily arrested opposition members.
Guinea: Stadium massacre victims
Dr. Soeknandan further stated that violence against women and girls is one of the most widespread, persistent and devastating hu
CARICOM: Initiative launched to