Kiki began her acting career in 2000 after landing a role in Spike Lee’s Bamboozled. Other film credits include Shaft (2001) directed by John Singleton and Brown Sugar (2001) directed by Rick Famuyiwa. She then went on to book guest starring roles roles on daytime TV’s As the World Turns (2002) on CBS and 100 Centre Street (2002) on TBS.
In 2003, Kiki made the decision to move to Los Angeles. Upon her arrival, she continued with success immediately, booking a role in the hilarious comedy, Nora’s Hair Salon (2003) directed by Jerry Lamothe and guest starred on Strong Medicine (2003) Lifetime TV. Other film credits include Restraining Order (2006) starring James Avery and N’Bushe Wright, Double Duty starring Tom Sizemore and My Girlfriend's Back starring Malik Yoba and Oba Babatunde.
Kiki also starred in the hit stage play The Bachelorette Party written and directed by Don B. Welch, co produced by Will Smith. The show completed a 10 city nation-wide tour in 2007 and closed in Los Angeles in 2008 with a record of 126 performances.
Her recent credits include a co-starring role on the CBS comedy Rules of Engagement starring David Spade. You can also see Kiki starring opposite Tony Rock and Lynn Whitfieldin Redemption of a Dog.
However, Kiki’s most notable credit is her role in Tyler Perry's For Better Or Worse. Kiki plays the sassy, trouble-making "Keisha" who is the baby mamma of "Marcus," played by Michael Jai White. Kiki is having a great time playing Keisha and has become a very popular and controversial character on the show.
Kiki is an entrepreneurial spirit who is destined for more great success. She is smart, she is beautiful and she knows what it takes to stay successful as she continues to hone her craft, hold true to her belief in hard work, staying her best and most importantly standing strong on faith in God.
Motto: "Trust God in all that you do and you can never fail... Victory will always be yours"