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Sherri Saum

Her mother is White (German) and her father is Black. Most known for her role as Vanessa Hart on Sunset Beach and on Showtime's Beggars and Choosers as Casey Lennox. At 18, she was discovered during a modeling search. Since then, she has worked as a catalog and runway model and has appeared in fashion spreads for various teen and women's magazines. Saum also became a familiar face on MTV when she was featured in music videos. She has also appeared in the feature films "Indecent Proposal," "Blue Chip" and "House Party III" and the 2003 movie Finding Home.

Gina Ravera

She is half Puerto Rican and half Black (from She has appeared in several movies including Soul Food, Kiss the Girls, Showgirls, Get on the Bus White Mile, Illegal In Blue, The Five Heartbeats and HBO's critically acclaimed SOUL OF THE GAME which catapulted Ravera into the industry spotlight. Ravera's television experience include Star Trek: The Next Generation, NYPD Blue, Frasier, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Reasonable Doubts and the made for television movie The Temptations.

Tamara Taylor

"Daughter of a black musician father originally from Nova Scotia and a white property manager mother of Scottish descent" (From an article in the Toronto Sun). Taylor made a name for herself after first arriving in L.A. when she scored the high-profile AT&T commercials. She followed that up with semi-regular appearances on Party Of Five. She also co-starred in the movie Senseless with Marlon Wayans.

Eartha Kitt

Her father was White and her mother was Black Cherokee (from "With an enduring career that has spanned theater, cabaret, television, and the recording industry, Eartha Kitt has become nothing less than a household name. An international star who has given new meaning to the word "versatility," she is one of only a handful of performers to be nominated twice for both a Tony Award and a Grammy Award as well as for an Emmy." From her official website.

Jaye Davidson

His father is Black (from Ghana) and his mother is White (English). Most known for his role as a transvestite in the Crying Game. After that he appeared in the film Stargate. Since then Jaye has spent his time doing big-name fashion shoots.

Rachel True

I assume she is half Black and half White I don't know for sure. Her bio on says she is a, "A highly attractive bi-racial actress." She got started with a recurring role on the "The Cosby Show". She then appeared in "CB4" (1993) and landed a recurring role on the HBO sitcom "Dream On". She made guest appearances on several TV series, including "Beverly Hills, 90210" and had featured roles in the TV-movies "Moment of Truth: Stalking Back" (NBC, 1993), and "A Walton Wedding" (CBS, 1995). True's big break came when she co-starred in "The Craft" (1996). Since then she has appeared in "Nowhere" and "Half-Baked" (1998).

Stacy Dash

Her bio on says, "Of West Indian and Aztec Indian descent..." Her talent won her roles as Monique on the short lived television series TV101 as well as guest appearances on programs such as St. Elsewhere, The Cosby Show, and Fresh Prince of Bel Air. Her first film role was in "Moving". She went on to star in "Mo Money", "Renaissance Man", "Clueless" and "Cold Around the Heart".

Maya Days

In an interview it was revealed that she is of "a mixed Portuguese and African-American background". In addition to being an accomplished theatre actress with credits in "Rent" and "Jesus Christ Superstar," and "Aida". She aslo collaborated with dance music sensation The Tamperer.

Persia White

According to the August 2002 issue of Savoy magazine she is "Born to a black Bahamian father and white American mother". Currently she stars on the show Girlfriends on the UPN. In addition to performing live as a member of the band Black In White, she has written and recorded music for three films.

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