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Sommore Biography

  • Profession: Actor, Executive Producer, Screenwriter
  • Born: Jan 1, 0001
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

One who bills herself alternately as "more than just a comedian" and "The Queen of Comedy," the assertive and ebullient comic-turned-actress Sommore first started turning heads when her behind-the-mike routines helped her reel in the Richard Pryor Comic of the Year Award in 1995. A subsequent appearance on [[Feature~V335416~The Oprah Winfrey Show~theoprahwinfreyshow[tvseries]]], along with astounding record sales and a CNN article exploring Sommore's enduring impact on the comedic landscape helped ensure her celebrity. She performed alongside [[Performer~P276938~Mo'nique~monique]] and others in the [[Feature~V230939~Queens of Comedy~thequeensofcomedy]] standup film, appeared on [[Feature~V310759~BET ComicView~betcomicview[tvseries]]], and landed bit parts in such farces as [[Feature~V267540~Friday After Next~fridayafternext]] (2002) and [[Feature~V290200~Soul Plane~soulplane]] (2004). In 2006, Sommore tackled a supporting role in the gender-bending comedy drama [[Feature~V353094~Dirty Laundry~dirtylaundry]]. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi