Arguably best known for her role as Liz Lemon's millennial assistant Cerie on the Emmy-winning 30 Rock for seven seasons, the actress and former model currently stars as a call girl named Fortune on Ed Burns' Public Morals.
In this exclusive interview, a very candid and humorous Kim Fields opens up about her entertainment career, her decision to join The Real Housewives of Atlanta, The Real Housewives of Atlanta drama, and her family.
After its very satisfying series finale, it looked like Mad Men might just end up with another near perfect finale, this time at the Emmy Awards in the form of a record-breaking fifth Emmy as Best Dramatic Series.
Can we all just pause for a moment and wonder how in 2015, a woman of color winning a category, is hailed as history-making? Given the talent out there, it is shocking that it has taken this long to happen.
Sunday night's Emmy Awards Show and Apple's new ad should be just the beginning. It's time for Hollywood to step up and for the viewing audience to step up to demand more positive, "Real" images like these.
I'm not angry about Viola's win. She deserved it, and I will vouch that from the rooftops. But black women shouldn't have had to wait so long for recognition. Are the Emmys trying to tell me that there has only been one black woman, in all 67 years, that deserved this award?
Viola Davis is officially queen of the universe! Everyone is talking about her incredible Emmy acceptance speech. The How to Get Away with Murder actress made history on Sunday night when she became the first black woman to win an Emmy award for best actress in a drama.
As an aspiring television producer, I must say thank you to both Viola Davis and Uzo Aduba. Your light shone so bright that it renewed my hope. Perhaps Hollywood will listen and take action to allow new stories to be told.