Jackée made history when she became the first African American Actress to win an Emmy Award, and has become one of the most iconic actresses in entertainment history with memorable roles on hit groundbreaking shows like 227 (Who can forget Sandra Clarke!), Sister Sister, and so much more!  She has become a legendary star of TV, Film, and Stage, winning/being nominated for countless awards, and shows no signs of slowing down.  Jackée  has shared the screen with people like Oprah Winfrey, and with her new syndicated sitcom, the Byron Allen created “The First Family” she will once again be paired with some of Hollywood’s best in what promises to be a hit new series, and something tells me after our conversation, Jackée’s best days as an artist may still lie ahead!

Here “The King Of Kamelot” sits down with the iconic groundbreaking actress in NYC, at the famed Faison Firehouse Theatre iN Harlem (I was so honored that I was able to meet and chat with Tony Award Winning Legend George Faison) right after she finished filming a guest spot on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Celebrity Edition With Meredith Vieira, where her proceeds would be donated to charity, to talk about her iconic career, her memorable roles in television, what is it like making history and becoming the first African American woman to win an Emmy, when she realized she could become a successful artist, her greatest “Super Bowl” moment, what lies ahead for her, and soo much more!!  It is impossible to relate the passion, excitement, and fire that you still get from Jackée when you speak to her about what lies ahead, and it is easy to understand why she has had the incredible career she has!

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