Garcelle Beauvais

Named one of People Magazine’s highly-coveted 50 Most Beautiful, Haitian-born actress Garcelle Beauvais immigrated to the United States at the age of seven with her mother and sisters, and has since charmed audiences with her dramatic and comedic abilities. Balancing perfectly between the small screen and big screen, she proudly became the first Black cast member on Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (April 2020) and can be seen in Coming 2 America, the sequel to Coming to America (1988) alongside Eddie Murphy. She has been busy working on her podcast titled Going to Bed with Garcelle, a fun and flirty late-night podcast featuring no holds-barred girl talk on sex, life, dating, and relationships. Most recently, she joined the multi-award winning talk show Fox’s The Real as the new co-host (September 2020). Continuing to cement her status as a media queen, in 2022 she published her memoir Love Me As I Am about falling back in love with yourself, with never-before-heard stories and advice on relationships, parenting, and career.

A look back at Garcelle’s career shows a hybrid of businesswoman and mother who has been a cherished face in Hollywood for over three decades. She got her start in 90’s comedies The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and The Jamie Foxx Show. She went on to appear in television series such as SyFy’s The Magicians, Freeform’s Siren, NBC’s Grimm, Chicago Med, NYPD Blue, Franklin & Bash, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Arrested Development, Power on Starz, plus many more. Most recently, she could be seen in Netflix’s Merry Happy Whatever with Dennis Quaid and the CBS All Access anthology series Tell Me A Story. In addition to scripted TV, she co-hosted on Fox’s daytime talk-show Hollywood Today Live, where she broke down the latest in entertainment, pop culture, and celebrity news, as well co-hosting for E!’s Fashion Police, and Access Hollywood Live on NBC. In addition, Garcelle can be heard in the Nickelodeon mini-series Middle School Moguls (Fall 2019) where she voices ‘Mrs. Pierre’ in her native Haitian accent.

She resides in Los Angeles and has three sons, Oliver, her first, and twins, Jax and Jaid.

Represented by: Sarah Passick