IMDb > Whitley Marion Gilbert Wayne (Character)
No Photo Available
Quicklinks
Top Links
main detailsbiographyby votesphoto galleryquotes
Filmographies
by yearby typeby ratingsby votesby TV seriesby genreby keyword
Biographical
biography
Did You Know?
photo galleryquotes

Whitley Marion Gilbert Wayne (Character)
from "A Different World" (1987)

The content of this page was created by users. It has not been screened or verified by IMDb staff.

Overview

Alternate Names:
Whitley Gilbert

Filmography

   Edit Credits
There may be more credits available for this character. To edit the credits displayed or to add more credits to this character's filmography, click the Edit Credits link.
Jump to filmography: Archive Footage
  1. "A Different World"
        - A Rock, a River, a Lena (1993) TV episode, Played by Jasmine Guy (as Whitley Gilbert)
        - Homey, Don't Ya Know Me? (1993) TV episode, Played by Jasmine Guy (as Whitley Gilbert)
        - Great X-Pectations (1993) TV episode, Played by Jasmine Guy (as Whitley Gilbert)
        - Cabin in the Sky (1993) TV episode, Played by Jasmine Guy (as Whitley Gilbert)
        - Dancing Machines (1993) TV episode, Played by Jasmine Guy (as Whitley Gilbert)
          (133 more)
Archive Footage:
  1. 50 Most Wicked Women of Primetime (2004) (TV) Played by Jasmine Guy

Additional Details

Genres:

Fun Stuff

Quotes:
From "A Different World: Honeymoon in L.A.: Part 1 (#6.1)" (1992)
Whitley Marion Gilbert Wayne: [the Rodney King verdict is aired on a television in a department store. Four white cops are acquitted of beating a unarmed Black man. Several worried people are glued to the set. There is a feeling of outrage among the small throng] How could they acquit them? I mean, it was on tape. Hard evidence.
Ianta: Evidence?
Whitley Marion Gilbert Wayne: Solid!
Ianta: Girl, please. They can beat us, kill us, do whatever they wanna do - and get off - just like they always have.
Ianta: [scoffs]
Whitley Marion Gilbert Wayne: We still have the Constitution to protect us.
Ianta: When that piece of paper was written, African people in this country were slaves - ALL of us. We sisters were considered nothing but bed warmers!
[...]
See more »

You may correct errors and omissions on this page directly. Clicking the 'Update' button will take you through a step-by-step process.