Timeca Marie Seretti is an American actress, singer, writer, producer and director. She was born in Gary, Indiana to Cheryl Scott and Lucas Harris. At a very young age Timeca loved to entertain and she often held her family captive with her Michael Jackson and Diana Ross routines. When she was in 6th grade she saw her mother portray Beneatha in Lorraine Hansberry's "A Raisin in the Sun" and she fell head over heels with the stage. And even though Timeca was brought up singing, dancing and being a pageant queen, after graduation she joined the US Navy. She served her country as a Seaman apprentice and traveled the world in the Western Pacific fleet aboard the USS Samuel Gompers. Upon receiving an honorable discharge from the US Navy she enrolled at Indiana University as a computer science major. One day Timeca strolled through the theater as rehearsals for "Spoon River Anthology" was taking place, and her love for the theater was reignited. While enrolled as a theater major Timeca competed in the Miss Cotton Club pageant in Chicago. She didn't win but she secured her first theatrical agent and began professionally pursuing acting. Timeca has experienced success in several independent films and has recently been seen on both NBC shows "Friday Night Lights" and "Revolution" and most recently she appeared NCIS: New Orleans, Swampthing and Claws . She has written and produced several of her own projects and directed her first film, the award Winning short film "The Closet"
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