Full / Real Name: Vanessa A. Williams
Born: 12 May 1963 (56 years old)
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Vanessa Williams is an American actress best known for her roles as Rhonda Blair in Melrose Place and as Maxine Chadway in Soul Food: The Series.
In 1996, she was featured in the television series Murder One.
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