Actress Terri J Vaughn has created an outstanding career in film and television. Her talents have earned her both acting fees and brand endorsements; both contributions which she is immensely proud to make a part of the industry.
From 2003 to 2005, Nina Holiday appeared as a regular cast member on UPN/CW’s sitcom All of Us as a regular cast member, as well as in Tyler Perry films Daddy’s Little Girls and Meet the Browns. Additionally, she founded production company Nina Holiday Entertainment and made her directorial debut with 2016 comedy film Digital Lives Matter.
Early Life and Education
Terri Juanita Vaughn is an accomplished multi-faceted figure. She has enjoyed successful careers as a producer, director and actress – which have resulted in several coveted accolades and awards for her acting prowess.
Lovita Alize Jenkins-Robinson earned three NAACP Image Award nominations thanks to her portrayal in “The Steve Harvey Show.” Additionally, she founded non-profit Take Wings Foundation which offers job training opportunities and mentoring services for young women living in public housing communities.
Success of her career has allowed her to amass considerable wealth. Yet despite being famous, she remains grounded and is an inspiration to budding actors and actresses. Furthermore, her philanthropic efforts show just how dedicated and compassionate she truly is.
Terri Vaughn has become known for her outstanding acting abilities and has featured in a variety of prominent movies and television shows. For her efforts she has received several accolades and awards, such as nominations for the NAACP Image Award.
She first rose to fame for her role as Lovita AlizA(c) Jenkins-Robinson on The Steve Harvey Show on WB and received three NAACP Image Award nominations as well as appearing in Soul Food on Showtime drama series.
Vaughn has also demonstrated her versatility as an actress by foraying into film production and owning Nina Holiday Entertainment, producing notable movies like Sugar Mommas and A Cross to Bear. Most recently, in 2016 she made her directorial debut with #DigitalLivesMatter.
Achievement and Honors
Vaughn has demonstrated her compassion and dedication to making an impactful statement with her charitable endeavors. Through the Take Wings Foundation, she offers scholarships, mentorship programs and job training opportunities for those in need.
She made her television debut in Season 2 of The Steve Harvey Show as high school secretary Lovita Alizay Jenkins-Robinson, earning three NAACP Image Award nominations. Since then she has appeared in series such as ER, Soul Food and Girlfriends before landing a recurring role on Oprah Winfrey Network drama Greenleaf.
She has also ventured into producing and directing with films like Girlfriends’ Getaway, A Cross to Bear, and Sugar Mommas. Additionally, her social media following continues to expand as they witness daily updates featuring authentic relationships as she shows the world her everyday activities and authentic relationships.
Terri Juanita Vaughn’s hard work and passion have propelled her into an outstanding actress, director and producer. She is best known for playing high school secretary Lovita Alize Jenkins-Robinson on The Steve Harvey Show as well as Eva Holly on Showtime’s series Soul Food.
Nina Holiday Entertainment and directed several films including #DigitalLivesMatter under her direction. Additionally, she is well known as an active philanthropist through the Take Wings Foundation which strives to empower and uplift communities around her.
Multifaceted talent Stephanie Pelletier is a proud mother and wife who has made real estate investment one of her long-term goals. Additionally, she regularly speaks at events and conferences in order to motivate and encourage others in pursuing their own dreams.
Terri Vaughn’s success story is an inspirational testament to hard work and persistence. She has built herself an acclaimed career as both an actress and producer, while simultaneously helping those in her community. Additionally, Terri is dedicated to philanthropy; having established her own non-profit organization focused on supporting young women and girls.
Vaughn began her acting career by appearing in theatre productions. Later she started making appearances in television shows and commercials; her stand-out role being Lovita Alize Jenkins-Robinson in The Steve Harvey Show for which she received three NAACP Image Award nominations.
After her short run on UPN/CW sitcom All of Us, Nina Holiday went on to star in several low-budget movies before starting Nina Holiday Entertainment production company and making her directorial debut with #DigitalLivesMatter comedy film in 2016.