Darla Paris

Darla Paris



Darla Paris is an American actress who has worked on numerous television and film projects. She began her career in the theater, performing in several productions in New York City. Her first major film role was in the independent drama Big Time (1996), which was directed by Robert Townsend. She also had a featured role in the comedy film The Big Tease (1999) starring Craig Ferguson.

Paris has since gone on to appear in a number of television shows, including playing Teresa in the comedy series Girlfriends (2002-2008). She also had a recurring role on the crime drama series The Closer (2005-2009). She has also had guest roles on shows such as Cold Case, NCIS, The Mentalist, Bones, and Castle. In 2014, she starred in the film adaptation of the best-selling novel The Fault in Our Stars.

Paris is also a successful voice actress, lending her talents to several animated series and video games. She has done voice work for The Boondocks, Avatar: The Last Airbender, and Star Wars: The Clone Wars. She also provided the voice of the character, Zoey in the video game, Left 4 Dead 2.

In addition to her acting career, Paris is also an accomplished singer. She has released two albums, 'Can't Stop the Music' and 'Just Believe'. She has performed with several popular artists, including Stevie Wonder, Patti LaBelle, and Kenny Loggins.

Paris is married to musician and producer, Charles Paris. The couple lives in Los Angeles, California with their two children.

Paris is an inspirational figure in the entertainment industry, having achieved success in multiple fields. She is a multi-talented actress, singer, and voice artist, and is an example of how to make the most of one’s talents and abilities.

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