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|Born||Armelia Odgery McQueen
January 6, 1952
Montgomery County, North Carolina, U.S.
|Education||Central Commercial High School|
Armelia Odgery McQueen (born January 6, 1952) is an American actress who has played roles in both film and television.
A native of North Carolina, McQueen was raised in Brooklyn, New York where she performed in church plays. She attended P.S. 44 and P.S. 258 and graduated from Central Commercial High School in 1969. McQueen attended the Fashion Industry School where she majored in fashion design, but soon left. In 1972, she attended the Herbert Berghoff Drama School.
- Ain't Misbehavin' (1978)
- Sparkle (1976) - Tune Ann
- Quartet (1981) - Night Club Singer
- Action Jackson (1988) -Dee
- Ghost (1990) - Clara Brown
- Bulworth (1998)
- Life (1999) - Mrs. Clay
"(Hart of Dixie)" as a patient
- The Enchanted Tiki Room (Under New Management) as Uh-Oa, The Tiki Goddess
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air as The Judge That's So Raven - Close Encounters Of The Nerd Kind (as Curvacia) Hart of Dixie as a patient
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