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Queen Latifah

Dana Owens was born in Newark, New Jersey on March 18, 1970. Growing up she worked at the local Burger King and spent time with a girl hip-hop group, Ladies Fresh as their human beat box. She chose her new name, which means delicate and sensitive, to reflect her growing distaste for the way that men look at and treat women and to remind women that it is up to them to stop that allowing that treatment to continue. Queen Latifah released her first single, “Wrath of My Madness” in 1988. The following year, the debut album, “All Hail the Queen” was released.

Queen Latifah branched into acting with her feature film debut in “Jungle Fever”. A television series which featured her in an ensemble cast followed. “Living Single” ran from 1993-1998 and opened doors for further projects such as “Set if Off” (‘96), “Living Out Loud” (1998) and “The Bone Collector” (‘99).

The Queen received her first Oscar nomination for her role in the 2003 film version of “Chicago”, but lost to her cast mate, Catherine Zeta-Jones. That same year, she starred in “Bringing Down the House” opposite Steve Martin. The movie performed alright at the box office, but critics loathed it. A role in the 2004 film “Barbershop 2:Back in Business” led to a sequel the following year. “Beauty Shop” focused more on Queen Latifah.

In 2006, Queen Latifah made the most out of what was supposed to be a small role in “Stranger than Fiction” starring Will Ferrell. She provided her voice for the animated “Ice Age 2: The Meltdown” and then joined the cast of “Hairspray”. Not finding the right script or chemistry, Queen Latifah’s films are often panned by critics, but her fans flock to them all the same. “Mad Money” which costarred Diane Keaton and Katie Holmes was no different and the critics were harsh.

Queen Latifah has endorsement deals with Revlon, Jenny Craig and Curvations bras. She has written a book, Ladies First: Revelations of a Strong Woman and is the co-chair of the Owens Scholarship Foundation Inc.

The Queen often favors the pulled back style for her lustrous deep brown hair. When she wears it down, she usually has it straightened and just brushing her chin.





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