CCH Pounder – Biography of CCH Pounder

Carol Christine Hilaria Pounder was born in 1952 in Georgetown, Guyana.

Daughter of Enid james Y Ronald Urlington Pounder, he studied in England and in 1970 he moved to the United States.

He made his debut before the cameras in 1979 with a small role in the film “All That Jazz”. Since then, he has developed a prosperous and extensive career in both film and television.

She is recognized for her work in series such as “Women in prison”, In which she played Dawn murphy between 1987 and 1988, it was the Dr. Angela Hick on “Emergencies (ER)”Between 1994 and 1997, he played Amanda waller on “Justice league”Between 2004 and 2006, she had the role of the Detective Claudette Wyms on “The shield: Outside the law”, In which she was between 2002 and 2008, and recently, during 2009, she could be seen in the role of Mrs. Irene Frederic on “Warehouse 13”, And in that of Mrs. Trainor on “Brothers”.

Other of his credits for the small screen include appearances in shows like “Valerie“,”Miami Vice“,”LA Law“,”Sisters“,”The X Files“,”Gargoyles“,”Millennium“,”The Outer Limits“,”The Practice“,”Strong Medicine“,”WITCH“,”Numb3rs“,”Law and Order: Special Victims Unit” Y “The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency“, among other.

On the big screen, his credits include roles in films such as “The honor of the Prizzi“,”Bagdad Cafe“,”Postcards from the edge“,”Benny & Joon: the love of the innocents“,”RoboCop 3“,”Devil knight“,”Face to face (Face / Off)“,”Melting pot“,”End of days“, And more recently it could be seen in the successful films”The orphan” Y “Avatar“, Where he played Moat.
He also worked on countless telefilms, including “Go Tell It on the Mountain“,”No Place Like Home“,”New year“,”Things That Go Bump” Y “A Touch of Hope”.

In regards to her personal life, she is married to the Senegalese anthropologist Boubacar Kone. The couple married in an African ceremony in Dakar, and subsequently remarried in Los Angeles. CCH Y Kone They have 3 children.

she owns a jewelry store called Banji girls, which sells its products online, and is also one of the founders of “Artists for a New South Africa”.