A true Renaissance woman of the entertainment industry, Kim Fields is an accomplished actress, director, producer, and writer. Her work spans decades and transcends both genres and mediums to create quality entertainment.
As an actress, Fields is best known for her starring roles in two iconic shows, "Living Single" and "The Facts Of Life.” Fields has also appeared on many other film and television projects, including HBO's "The Comeback," TBS' "Meet the Browns," Lifetime's "The Division" and "Strong Medicine," and A&E's "The Cleaner." More recently, she starred in the television movie "A Cross To Bear” and had a supporting role in the film "What To Expect When You're Expecting,” both in 2012. In 2013, Fields starred in her third "Holiday Love" Christmas special for TV One, which she also produced, co-wrote, and directed.
In addition to her onscreen work, Fields excels behind the camera. She has directed over 70 episodes of television on programs including TV One's "The Rickey Smiley Show," Nickelodeon's "Kenan & Kel," FOX's "Living Single," and BET's "Let's Stay Together." She also directed two of Tyler Perry's TBS series, "Meet The Browns” and "House of Payne." Fields is an award-winning film director and was awarded the honor of Director of the Year for her work on the short film "Silent Bomb" by the Black American Cinema Society.