The Cast Of 'Living Single': Where Are They Now?
We celebrate the 30th anniversary of the beloved '90s sitcom.
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Living Single - At a time when Seinfeld dominated television ratings and pop culture, Living Single was groundbreaking. It was a prime-time network series portraying six Black 20-somethings trying to make it in New York -- come to find out, the creators of Friends copied The Living Single format. The show, which ran for five seasons, premiered 30 years ago today, so we decided to check in on the cast and see where they are now. (Photo: Sister Lee Productions, Warner Bros Television Productions)
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Queen Latifah - Where hasn't Miss Dana Owens been? The New Jersey rapper became America's sweetheart through a series of well-received films, hitting a peak with her Oscar-nominated performance in 2002's Chicago. These days, she can be seen starring in the hit series The Equalizer. (Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
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Kim Coles - As Khadijah's daffy cousin Synclaire James, Coles was adored by audiences. Today, she plays nurse Whitley King on the legendary soap opera Days of Our Lives. (Photo: Valerie Macon/Getty Images)
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Erika Alexander - While Alexander appeared in several films and television series after her turn as sharp-tongued attorney Maxine Shaw on Living Single, including reprising her role for an episode of Half & Half, she took time off to pursue her passion for politics and activism. She co-founded Color Farm Media, which released the 2020 documentary John Lewis: Good Trouble. Earlier this year, she released The Big Payback documentary, which focused on the case for reparations. (Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for NAACP Image Awards)
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Kim Fields - Already a household name when she assumed the role of would-be diva Regine Hunter in the series, Fields continued to appear on television in shows like One on One and HBO's The Comeback. But she really hit her stride behind the camera, directing episodes of such beloved shows as Kenan & Kel, Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns and BET's Let's Stay Together. She currently stars in Netflix's The Upshaws. (Photo: Moses Robinson/Getty Images for Stellar Awards)