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), known as Lisa Raye, is an American actress, model, businesswoman and fashion designer.
She also had a cameo in Seven's music video "Girls" & Jaheim's music video "Back Tight Wit You" In 2011, she launched her jean collection "The Lisa Raye Collection" in partnership with PZI Jeans, and a hair line, "Lisa Raye Glamour." That same year, she was the Ambassador/Grand Marshal for the 70th Magic City Classic parade and football game in Birmingham, Alabama. 1989) from a previous relationship with Kenji Pace. They were married in a lavish ceremony before 300 guests, followed by a three-week honeymoon to Jerusalem, Bali and Dubai.
Misick resigned from office in March 2009 after an investigation found "clear signs of corruption" involving selling off public land to fund his own investments.
She did shows in churches and high schools in her native Chicago.
Mc Coy is best known for portraying Diana "Diamond" Armstrong in the 1998 film The Players Club, Neesee James on the CW sitcom All of Us from 2003 until 2007 and Keisha Greene in the VH1 romantic comedy series Single Ladies which originally aired from 2011–2014. She is the younger half-sister of Cynthia Mc Coy Richardson, Jelahn Mc Coy, Alvin Gray and Carolyn.
Growing up on the south side of Chicago, Mc Coy attended St.
In addition to acting, Mc Coy has also appeared in dozens of music videos, including "Know Filter 2" by Shleah, Tugoa, T.
Lee, "Download" by Lil' Kim, Changing Faces's "Same Tempo", Ginuwine's "Last Chance", Ludacris' "Number 1 Spot", Calvin Richardson's "True Love," Sisqó's "Incomplete", Lil Jon and Ice Cube's "Roll Call", "I Don't Wanna See" and " I Really Want to Sex Your Body," by Link, Tupac Shakur's "Toss It Up", "Never Be The Same Again" by Ghostface Killah & Carl Thomas, ""Unpredictable" by Jamie Foxx, Ooohhhwwweee" by Master P, "Slip N' Slide by Danny Boy, and "Are You in the Mood" by Teddy & Dru Down. In April 2006, Mc Coy married Michael Misick, who had been elected the Premier of the Turks and Caicos Islands (a position previously known as "Chief Minister of the Turks and Caicos Islands") in 2003.