You loved her as Tootie in “Facts of Life,” and as Regine in “Living Single.” But Kim Field’s resume doesn’t stop there — she’s also a producer, author and director. She now stars in “The Upshaws” on Netflix alongside Mike Epps and Wanda Sykes. When Fields saw who her costars were, she knew she had […]
The TV legend created hit shows including The Jeffersons and All in the Family Norman Lear has given TV watchers decades of entertainment, so the tributes for the TV legend's 100th birthday were appropriately full of raves and respect. Lear's All in the Family star Rob Reiner shared a deeply personal tribute that included a nod to his late father Carl Reiner. "I am overwhelmed by personal feelings today," he wrote on Twitter. "My father, who passed away 2 years ago, is being honored at the National Comedy Center in Jamestown, NY. In...
Sam Jay, Cocoa Brown, Kim Fields And Zainab Johnson Talk Tackling Comedy as Black Women at ESSENCE Film Festival
The heavy hitters in the Hollywood comedy scene discussed everything from getting their starts to staying driven with Senior Entertainment Editor Brande Victorian. ESSENCE Festival of Culture’s Film Festival brought together Black creators from in front of and behind the screen to showcase their work and discuss the creative process. On Friday July 1, ESSENCE Senior Entertainment Editor Brande Victorian kicked the festival off by hosting a conversation with some of the Black women making big waves in television comedy.
A good time was certainly had by all. Janet Jackson and Kim Fields reunited at the 2022 Essence Festival in New Orleans earlier this month after not seeing each other in over a decade. The two previously appeared together as children in the classic 1970s sitcom "Good Times." Jackson starred...
Watch: Kim Fields Gushes Over Reunion With Janet Jackson. This reunion was nothing but a good time. Decades after sharing the screen on the hit sitcom Good Times, Kim Fields recently reunited with her former co-star, Janet Jackson, at the 2022 Essence Festival. "It was so wonderful," Fields exclusively told...
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It was definitely “good times” as Janet Jackson and Kim Fields reunited at the Essence Festival in New Orleans earlier this month after not seeing each other in over a decade. They appeared as children in the Good Times TV series in the 1970s. Janet starred in the...
Kim Fields knows sitcoms — she’s starred on three of TV’s most beloved. She played Dorothy “Tootie” Ramsey/Didi on Diff’rent Strokes and The Facts of Life from 1979 to 1988 and Regine Hunter on Living Single from 1993 to 1998. Now, she’s helping bring multi-cam sitcoms back with The Upshaws on Netflix (Season 2 Part 1 is streaming now).
Janet Jackson, 56, reunited with her Good Times co-star Kim Fields, 53. Although it’s been 43 years since the show was on the air, the twosome appeared as though no time had passed at all. The Grammy Award-winner took to Instagram on July 6 and shared a sweet moment between herself and the Real Housewives of Atlanta star.
American actress Kim Fields is renowned for her roles as Dorothy “Tootie” Ramsey on the NBC television sitcom The Facts of Life and Regina in the Fox Network sitcom Living Single. Fields was born in New York City on May 12, 1969, to actress Chip Fields-Hurd. She is also the older sister of Alexis Field an actress notable for her roles in TV series such as Kenan & Kel, Moesha, and Sister, Sister.
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Kim Fields and Wanda Sykes are bringing sisterly love to Netflix‘s The Upshaws. In Season 2 Part 1, streaming now, Regina Upshaw (Fields) is trying to move forward with husband Bennie Upshaw (Mike Epps), their family, and her career following the chaotic surprise that was Bennie fathering a son with another woman last season. And right at her side through all of the comedic chaos is her sister, Lucretia Turner (Sykes).