Jacqueline Yvonne "Jackée" Harry, better known mononymously as Jackée, is best known for her roles as Sandra Clark, the sexy neighbor on Norman Lear’s hit TV series “227,” and as Lisa Landry on the sitcom “Sister, Sister.” Harry is the first African American to win an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. She recently starred as Pauletta Birdsong in Byron Allen's syndicated sitcom “The First Family,” and she also starred as Evelyn Rand in the TV series “Girl Meets World.”
In 1983, she made her acting debut in “Another World” as Lily Mason, a role she continued until 1986. In 1985, Harry began co-starring with Marla Gibbs as Sandra Clark on the NBC sitcom “227,” for which she won an Emmy Award, and for which she received a Golden Globe Award nomination. Harry starred opposite Oprah Winfrey in “The Women of Brewster Place,” and in 1991, she joined the cast of “The Royal Family.” She starred in the long-running series “Sister, Sister,” and for three seasons on “Everybody Hates Chris.” Harry has guest-starred in countless episodes of popular TV Series, among them “Amen,” “Designing Women,” “American Dad,” “That’s So Raven” and “Unhappily Ever After.”
Harry has appeared in more than 20 feature films, including You Got Served, Precious, The Cotton Club and Forbidden Woman.