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Kim Victoria Fields was born May 12, 1969, in New York City, New York. She was born in Los Angeles, California. She’s Actress Chip Fields daughter and Erv Hurd is her stepfather. Her sister is famous actress Alexis Fields. She completed her schooling at Burbank High School in 1986. She received her Bachelor of Communications degree from Pepperdine University in 1993. In 1995 Kim Fields married Jonathon Freeman. Freeman is a producer for the film. In 2001 the pair split. They married the same year. In December 2013 their second child Quincy Morgan was born. Fields had been charged in 1999 for protesting against police shooting. She began her career at the age of nine and played the role of a 12-year-old girl. In 1977 she was seen in Have I Got a Christmas for You made-for-television movie. This was preceded by the debut of Baby I’m Back in the TV series. Kim Fields then appeared on the Good Times television show. Fields also appeared in Mork Mindy and First Generations as well as Next Generations. In 1979 to 1988 she became a TV series star [ The Facts of Life ]. Between 1993 to 1998, Fields was known as Regine Hunter in a single Living. Fields were a contestant with the Superstars in Season 22 of somewhat dancing. She had teamed up with Sasha Farber and finished in competition eighth place. She was also seen in her 8th season in the reality TV series The Real Housewives of Atlanta. She has starred in movies such as Monster Mutt and Faith’s Request. She’s been voicing in Bear and Jamal’s 1996 film. Kim Fields has also starred in several TV movies such as The Comeback Kid’s like The Boy with the Broken Halo’s Secret Blessings and Wrapped Up at Christmas.

Height and weight Height: 5 ft or 152 cm Weight: 75 kg or 165,5 lbs


One of Kim Fields biggest career achievements is to be an experienced actress. She hasn’t won an award for her work but is still involved in her profession and continues to entertain people with her expertise in acting and directing. She had been ranked by VH1 at No. 33 in the 100 Greatest Kids Award.