Kellee Stewart Biography
This is what you need to know about Kellee Stewart, the American actress best known for her role as Keisha in the 2005 hit movie Guess Who.
Stewart also worked as a talent agent at Funny Face Today, FFT, in New York City.
Kellee Stewart Age
Stewart is 44 years old as of 2020. She was born on March 31, 1976, in Norristown, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Kellee Stewart Height
Stewart stands at a height of 5 Feet 7 Inches.
Kellee Stewart Parents
Stewart has not disclosed any information about her parents. Information about her parents will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Kellee Stewart Brother
Stewart has not disclosed any information about her brother. Information about her brother will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Kellee Stewart Sister
Stewart Stewart has a sister named Niecy Nash. Stewart recurred on TV Land’s long-running comedy The Soul Man opposite her sister Niecy Nash
Kellee Stewart Husband
Stewart is not yet married. On the topic of dating, it is not known whether she is single or if she is dating anyone.
Kellee Stewart Net Worth
Stewart has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Kellee Stewart Education
Stewart attended Norristown Area High School where she graduated in 1993. She later went on to attend the BFA Acting Program at the State University of New York at Purchase and she graduated with honors.
Kellee Stewart Career
After graduating, Stewart lived in New York City, New York working as a talent agent at Funny Face Today, FFT until she moved to California.
In her acting career, she is best known for her role of Keisha in the 2005 hit movie Guess Who. From 2006 to 2010, Stewart appeared on the TBS sitcom My Boys, where she played the character, Stephanie Lane.
She went on with her television career appearing in shows like Law and Order: SVU, FOX’s The Resident, NBC’s Whitney, Adult Swim’s hit comedy Newsreaders, FOX’s Bones, and ABC’s Black-ish.
Stewart had a recurring role on TV Land’s long-running comedy The Soul Man opposite Cedric The Entertainer and her sister Niecy Nash.
She has co-starred in films like Hot Tub Time Machine (2010), Hot Tub Time Machine 2, as well as the indie hit Hunter-Gatherer alongside Andre Royo. Stewart has also starred in several comedy pilots, like ABC’s Middle Age Rage, Damaged Goods, and CBS’s pilot Pandas In New York.
Stewart was cast as Madonna Reed in NBC’s supernatural drama Midnight Texas, in 2016. It was based on the book series by Charlaine Harris. She reprised her role in the drama premiering its second season in 2018.
Production and Writing
Stewart began writing and producing when she created a single-camera comedy for 20th Century Fox Studios and FOX Broadcasting Network titled BBF (Black Best Friend). The comedy was based on her real-life casting experiences and childhood relationships. She is starring and also serves as executive producer and co-writer of the story. She has since been writing and developing content for various television and media outlets.