Mo Nique young hot
December 11, 1967
5 ft 9 in | 175 cm
40-32-40 in | 102-81-102 cm
79 kg | 174 pounds
8 US | 38 EU
Mo'Nique was born in Baltimore, Maryland, United States, on December 11, 1967, is an American hot actress and comedian. Young Mo'Nique began her career as a stand-up comedian, first started performing on stage in her hometown. She made her big screen debut in screwball comedy movie 3 Strikes (2000) in role as Dahlia.
Her breakthrough performance came as Nikki Parker in comedy sitcom The Parkers (1999-2004), for which she won the NAACP Image Awards for Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series (2001, 2002, 2004, 2005).
She won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, a Golden Globe Award and a BAFTA Award for her performance as Mary Lee Johnston in drama movie Precious (2009) directed by Lee Daniels.
She won a Primetime Emmy Award for her role as Ma Rainey in HBO TV film Bessie (2015).
Soul Plane (2004) comedy opposite Kevin Hart and Snoop Dogg
Two Can Play That Game (2001) romantic comedy with Vivica A. Fox and Gabrielle Union
Hair Show (2004) comedy with Kellita Smith and Serena Williams
Domino (2005) action crime opposite Keira Knightley and Mickey Rourke
Shadowboxer (2005) crime thriller opposite Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Helen Mirren
Blackbird (2014) drama with Isaiah Washington
Almost Christmas (2016) comedy drama opposite Gabrielle Union and Danny Glover
The Queens of Comedy (2001) spin-off film of The Original Kings of Comedy with Laura Hayes, Adele Givens and Sommore
Graduated from Milford Mill High School in Baltimore County (1985) and the Broadcasting Institute of Maryland (1987).
She played Lynette in sitcom The Bernie Mac Show (2004).
She hosted VH1 reality show Flavor of Love Girls: Charm School (2007).
She hosted her own talk show "The Mo'Nique Show" (2009-2011).
Released her book "Skinny Cooks Can't Be Trusted" in 2006.
Featured in music video for soul singer Anthony Hamilton “Sista Big Bones” (2005).
She was married to Mark Jackson (1997-2001), they have a son.
She married Sidney Hicks in 2006, they have twin sons.
Stand-up keeps you on your toes because it's instant. With TV and movies, you have to wait for the numbers to come in to see what happened at the box office. With stand-up, it's right there, that night, in your face.
How did the Oscar change my life? What it did was that it gave me a new reality. And it let me know that an award wasn't going to change my life - that I had to be in control of changing my life.
Big is still beautiful, Big healthy people are beautiful.
I say to those people who are desperately trying to get healthy, in those moments where you feel like you can't go any further, you can.
We're nothing but kids with grown-up faces enjoying the time of our lives.