|Birth Name||Jaquita Shashu-Aziza Ta'le|
|Height||5' (1.52 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Jaquita Ta'le is the granddaughter of the late Actor, Director, Producer and College Professor Luther James, who was also a childhood friend and colleague of James Baldwin. Jaquita is also the granddaughter of the twice Emmy-nominated Hair Stylist Ora Green (Ora T Green, Ora Tillman Green).
As a child Actor, Jaquita performed as Jaquita Green. She graduated with honors with a BFA from the Tisch School of The Arts at New York University with a double major - Acting and Writing for Film.
In 2008 Jaquita Co-Directed and Co-Produced a documentary film that was shot in South Africa, London, Italy, Amsterdam and New York, "WORD... I Didn't Know That Hip Hop Could Get Down Like That" was screened at the Pan African Film Festivals in Los Angeles and Atlanta. The Film was produced by Jaquita's productions company Nou La Production.
Jaquita is also a member of the Hip Hop/R&B/Reggae Nola Darling. Nola Darling's debut mixtape -"Nola Darling's Pretty Gritty Mini-Mixtape" was released in 2008 to positive reviews. Nola Darling has been featured by URB Magazine, Vibe Vixen, Complex.com, and XXL.com
- IMDb Mini Biography By: CJ Montenegro