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Lonette McKee Biography and Filmography
Lonette McKee
Birthday: July 22, 1954
Birth Place: Detroit, Michigan, USA
Height: 0' 0"
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Lonette McKee's career began in the music industry in Detroit, Michigan as a child prodigy, where she started writing music/lyrics, singing, playing keyboards and performing professionally at the age of seven. At fourteen she recorded her first record, which became an instant reginal Pop/R&B hit. McKee wrote the title song for the film 'Quadroon' when just fifteen. She has written and produced three solo LPs, the most recent, 'Natural Love', for Spike Lee's Columbia 40 Acres and A Mule lable. McKee scored the music for a well-received cable documentary on the lower Manhattan African Burial Ground, as well as numerous infomercials. She has toured extensively throughout the world in concert performances, including the JVC Jazz Festival at Carnegie Hall. McKee continues to write and produce music, as well as mentor and help develope young musical talent. She offers consultation and coaching to young performers.Her feature film credits include; 'Sparkle', 'Cuba', 'Which Way Is Up' and 'Brewsters Millions' - both opposite the legendary Richard Pryor; 'The Cotton Club' and 'Gardens of Stone' for Francis Coppola; 'Lift', for which she earned a Black Reel nomination. Other films include 'Honey', 'Men of Honor', 'Round Midnight' for the great filmmaker Bertrand Tavenier, 'Jungle Fever', 'Malcolm X', 'He Got Game' and 'She Hate Me' for Spike Lee. Television mini series and films include; 'Women of Brewster Place', for which she received an NAACP nomination, 'Having Our Say', 'Queen' with Halle Berry, 'To Dance with Olivia' "For Love of Olivia' - both opposite Louis Gossett Jr. for CBS television network and 'Blind Faith' for Showtime Cable Network. Lonette also received an NAACP nomination for her appearences on the long-running CBS soap opera 'As The World Turns'. Recently, Lonette did a recurring role on the NBC hit drama 'Third Watch'. She was recognized in People Magazine's 'Fifty Most Beautiful' issue. She studied film directing at The New School in New York and apprenticed film directing with Spike Lee. She teaches a master acting workshop at Centenary College in New Jersey, where she serves as an adjunct professor in the theater arts department. Lonette is currently producing her feature film 'Dream Street' with Spike Lee, which she wrote and will direct.
ATL (2006)
[ Lauren London ]
Dream Street (2005)
She Hate Me (2004)
[ Monica Bellucci ][ Ellen Barkin ][ Bai Ling ][ Kerry Washington ][ Sarita Choudhury ]
Honey (2003)
[ Jessica Alba ][ Joy Bryant ][ Mary Jane Blige ]
The Paper Mache Chase (2003)
[ Cynthia Nixon ][ Kate Burton ]
Superheroes: Part 2 (2002)
For Love of Olivia (2001)
Lift (2001)
[ Kerry Washington ]
The Tys That Bind (2000)
32 Bullets and a Broken Heart (2000)
[ Yancy Butler ]
This Band of Brothers (2000)
Men of Honor (2000)
[ Charlize Theron ][ Barbara Harris ]
Fast Food Fast Women (2000)
[ Sandrine Holt ][ Anna Thompson ][ Angelica Torn ][ Michelle Schirra ]
Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years (1999)
[ Amy Madigan ]
A Day in Black and White (1999)
He Got Game (1998)
[ Milla Jovovich ][ Jennifer Esposito ][ Chasey Lain ][ Jill Kelly ][ Kim Director ]
Blind Faith (1998)
To Dance with Olivia (1997)
[ Beth Grant ]
Malcolm X (1992)
[ Angela Basset ][ Debi Mazar ][ Karen Allen ][ Elise Neal ][ Theresa Randle ]
Jungle Fever (1991)
[ Gina Gershon ][ Queen Latifah ][ Debi Mazar ][ Annabella Sciorra ][ Illeana Douglas ]
Dangerous Passion (1990)
The Women of Brewster Place (1989)
[ Oprah Winfrey ][ Robin Givens ][ Lynn Whitfield ][ Cicely Tyson ][ Paula Kelly ]
The Psychic (1) (1989)
Gardens of Stone (1987)
[ Angelica Huston ][ Mary Stuart Masterson ]
'Round Midnight (1986)
[ Sophie Marceau ][ Christine Pascal ]
Brewster's Millions (1985)
[ Lin Shaye ][ Rosetta LeNoire ]
The Cotton Club (1984)
[ Diane Lane ][ Jennifer Grey ][ Sophia Coppola ][ Diane Venora ][ Penny Ellington ]
Illusions (1982)
Cuba (1979)
[ Brooke Adams ]
Which Way Is Up? (1977)
[ Margaret Avery ]
Sparkle (1976)
[ Irene Cara ]
  • Nominated for a Tony Award for her portrayal of Julie LaVerne in "Show Boat".
  • Formerly married to a NYC social worker.
  • Has taught Master acting classes at Centenary College, where she serves as Adjunct Professor in the Theater Arts department.
  • Often portraying women with tragic auras, she played the late Billie Holliday in the off-Broadway hit show, "Lady Day at the Emerson's Bar and Grill", for which she received a nomination for a Drama Desk award. She also played the equally bittersweet role of 'Julie' in "Show Boat" in 1983 for the renowned Houston Grand Opera, becoming the first African American cast in the role in the US. In 1994 she reprieved the role for famed Broadway director, Harold Prince. Her first film role was the drug-addicted Supreme's-like lead singer in Sparkle in 1976.
  • Initially appeared on Broadway in the musical "The First" playing Mrs. Jackie Robinson.
  • Once married to a social worker.
  • Recorded a pop album "Natural Love" in 1992.
  • She was nominated for two Image Awards, but didn't win.
  • She was ranked in People Magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People in the World" in 1995.
  • Was the first black actress to play Julie in a major American stage production of "Show Boat".
  • Father is of African-American; mother is of European descent.
  • Began career as a recording artist in Detroit as a child music prodigy. signed with the Detroit-based M-S label and put out a record which became a regional hit at fourteen years old. Released an album, Lonette McKee, on the Sussex label with the same producers, Mike Theodore and Dennis Coffey in 1974.
  • Sister of Kathrine McKee.
  • She is an avid animal lover with a particular ability to intuit and communicate with birds. Lonette loves all animals and has a profound respect and love for all nature.
  • Was nominated for a 1983 Tony Award as Best Actress (Musical) for her portrayal of Julie LaVerne in a revival of "Show Boat".

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