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Sheryl Lee Ralph is an American actress, singer, and activist.Ralph was born in Waterbury, Connecticut, the daughter of Ivy, a fashion designer, and Stanley Ralph, a college professor.Her father was African-American and her mother Afro-Jamaican. She made her screen debut in the 1977 comedy film A Piece of the Action, before landing her breakthrough role as Deena Jones in the Broadway musical Dreamgirls (1981), for which she received a Tony Award nomination for Best Actress in a Musical.
Courtney Andrew Walsh OJ is a former international cricketer (fast bowler) who represented the West Indies from 1984 to 2001, captaining the West Indies in 22 Test matches.He is best known for a remarkable opening bowling partnership along with fellow West Indian Curtly Ambrose for several years.
Dr. Wayne A.I. Frederick was born in Port of Spain, Trinidad, and is a scholar, surgeon, researcher and administrator. Frederick lives with sickle cell anemia, which greatly shaped his outlook on life.The combination of spending time in hospitals and his mother's work as a nurse led him to the dream of helping others through medicine.
Distinguished Journalist Gwen Ifill was of the most successful female African American news correspondents of all time, having worked for the Washington Post, The New York Times, NBC and PBS. She was the first African-American woman to moderate a vice presidential debate. In 2013, Ifill and Judy Woodruff became co-anchors and co-managing editors of PBS NewsHour, becoming the first women to anchor a network news program. 
Alfonso Ribeiro is an actor, TV director, dancer, and show host. He was born in New York to Trinidadian parents. His maternal grandfather is the Trinidadian Calypsonian the Roaring Lion, Rafael de Leon.
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