She put on her own one-woman show, "Reflections", in which she played 12 famous female singers of the past, sang, danced and did dramatic and comedic readings.
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5' 5" (1.65 m)
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[on the Star Trek
(1966) fans] I'm a fan of the fans. I love them. They're fabulous. I love being around them. I love their madness and their caring. I love watching them take off for a weekend, don the costumes, and become characters from the 23rd century and beyond. I thank the fans for giving us--me--so much support and love. I want them to know I love them. They'll always be my friends. I'll ...
Although ignored in the "famous actors/actresses" in African-American cinema, including "famous celebrities" during Black History Month, Nichols was one of the first black actresses to portray a character on a television series and science-fiction series who was treated the same as characters of other races, and to all Star Trek
(1966) fans, the television series and films that followed set the ...
Spectacular vocal range spanning five octaves