Khandi Alexander (born September 4, 1957) is an American dancer and film and television actress.
Born in New York City and educated at Queensborough Community College, she appeared on Broadway and choreographed Whitney Houston's international tours from 1989 to 1992. Since then, she has concentrated on film and TV, played the character Catherine Duke on NewsRadio, a NBC situation comedy which ran from March 21, 1995 - July 13, 1999 for 97 episodes , and as the character Jackie Robbins on NBC's Emmy Award drama ER, based upon life in a Chicago hospital's emergency department. ER previewed in September 1994 and continues to air Thursday evenings.
She currently portrays the character Alexx Woods, a coroner on the CBS serial drama CSI: Miami which first aired September 2002.
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profile (http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0018554). In 1996, she made headlines when, defending the rights of the
"sans-papiers" (black illegal immigrants), she was forcibly removed after her group’s occupation of a Paris church.
Since then, she has concentrated on film and TV, played the character Catherine Duke on NewsRadio, a NBC situation comedy which ran from March 21, 1995 - July 13, 1999 for 97 episodes , and as the character Jackie Robbins on NBC's Emmy Award drama ER, based upon life in a Chicago hospital's emergency department. In addition to her award for Best Supporting Actress, she has also been nominated for a Cesar Award for her roles in the following years:. Born in New York City and educated at Queensborough Community College, she appeared on Broadway and choreographed Whitney Houston's international tours from 1989 to 1992. A short time later she was cast in her first adult role in a film, and in 1986 she skyrocketed to fame with her role opposite Yves Montand, in the film "Manon des sources." For her performance, she won the 1987 Cesar Award for "Best Supporting Actress." She also won a "Best Actress" award at the Moscow International Film Festival for her starring role in the 1995 film, "Une Femme Française." After a ten-year relationship with Daniel Auteuil (her co-star in Manon des Sources and Un Coeur en Hiver), she divorced him and re-married. Khandi Alexander (born September 4, 1957) is an American dancer and film and television actress. As an eleven-year-old she obtained an acting role in the 1976 film "Demain les Momes." In her teens she appeared in bit parts in television then went to Montreal, Quebec, Canada to work as a nanny before returning to France the following year to attend drama school in Paris. She is the daughter of the French singer and poet Guy Béart, and an Italian-Greek mother, Geneviève Galea.
Tropez, on the French Riviera. Béart was born in Gassin Var, not far from St. Emmanuelle Béart (born August 14, 1965) is a French actress. Le Garçon aux yeux gris - (2003).
Histoire de Marie et Julien - (2003). Un jour dans la vie du cinéma français - (2002) (TV). Searching for Debra Winger - (2002). 8 femmes - (2002).
La Répétition - (2001). Voyance et manigance - (2001). Les Destinées sentimentales - (2000). La Buche - (1999).
Le Temps retrouvé - (1999). Don Juan - (1998). Voleur de vie - (1998). Mission Impossible - (1996), (English).
Une Femme Française - (1995). Nelly et Monsieur Arnaud - (1995). L'Enfer - (1994). Divertimento - (1992).
Un Cœur en Hiver (1992). Un Coeur en Hiver - (1991). La Belle noiseuse - (1990). Les Enfants du désordre - (1989).
À gauche en sortant de l'ascenseur - (1988). Date with an Angel - (1987), (English). Manon des sources - (1986). L'Amour en douce - (1985).
Un amour interdit - (1984). Premiers désirs - (1983). 1985 - Un amour interdit. 1986 - L'Amour en douce.
1990 - Les Enfants du désordre. 1992 - La Belle noiseuse. 1993 - Un Cœur en Hiver. 1996 - Nelly et Monsieur Arnaud.