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Published:October 28th, 2007 07:55 EST
Judyth Piazza chats with Naima Lett, Actor, Writer and Producer

Judyth Piazza chats with Naima Lett, Actor, Writer and Producer

By Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)

Naima Imani Lett is a professional screen and stage actor, writer and producer/co-founder of Lett’s Rise! Productions.  In addition to acting in television and film, Naima has written and performed several solo dramas including her signature play "Shattered Silhouettes" about five Biblical women in theaters, universities, conferences and churches nationwide as well as speaking and teaching.

Naima received her Bachelor of Fine Arts as a top graduate of Howard University’s Theatre Department, continued her theatrical career at the Tony Award-winning Crossroads Theatre, and studied classical theatre with the British-American Drama Academy in Oxford, England. She was an artist for Max McLean’s Fellowship for the Performing Arts for several years and was the first graduate from Dallas Theological Seminary with a MA in Media and Communications.

Recently, Naima garnered a Best Actress Nomination in the EDOC Film Festival, filmed a featured role on Fox hit “Prison Break” as well as a recurring role in Lifetime’s Original series “Inspector Mom” with star Danica McKellar (Wonder Years), and filmed a featured role in a 2008 Paramount feature film starring Brad Pitt. Naima also completed filming on "Wire in the Blood" episode 'Prayer of the Bone' to be released in 2008. See "What's New with Naima" for more details.


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