Nia long who is she dating
From 2003 to 2005, Nia was cast in the crime drama series ‘Third Watch’ as Officer Sasha Monroe, appearing in 45 seasons.After appearing in ‘Boston Legal’ as Vanessa Walker and ‘Big Shots’ as Katie Graham, she appeared in the adult animated sitcom ‘The Cleveland Show’, made by the directors of ‘Family Guy’.
The remake also features a new take on “Wind Beneath My Wings,” which Midler sang for the original movie. While the two tried twice to tie the knot, their union was never official.Long's been consistently acting since her 'Fresh Prince' days.San Antonio Spurs Assistant Coach Ime Udoka is no longer seeing actress Nia Long according to our source.The Spurs assistant coach can now be seen with Alicia Deforest on his arm. Deforest has been a long time friend of Udoka, and the two are said to be getting closer and closer by the day, and the plan is for her to move in eventually.Anyone who’s worked in an office for a long time knows that it can become your second home. She did give a few “If you’re gonna date me rules” and also revealed she’s no fan of chocolate milk, strawberry milk.. We’re going old school here, no video, straight to the question.
You’re there so much, you could find yourself being closer to the people in the office more so than your own family… Nia Long’s that person to this guy, hence the “work wife” tag.
Nia Long, an American actress, was born on October 30, 1970, in Brooklyn, New York.
She is notable for her roles as Lisa Wilkes in the sitcom “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” and Officer Sasha Monroe in the NBC crime drama series “Third Watch”. Her father, Doughtry "Doc" Long, was a high school teacher and poet, and her mother, Talita Long, was a teacher and printmaker.
The pic stars Idina Menzel and Nia Long in the respective roles played by Bette Midler and Barbara Hershey in the 1988 feature.
Check out the new photos above and below and the promo at the bottom. which follows two young girls who meet by chance on the Venice Boardwalk and, though worlds apart in lifestyle, embark on a lifelong friendship.
CC (Menzel) is an aspiring singer trying to make it in Los Angeles until she is discovered by a director who gives her a first big shot. The telepic also includes a new version of “The Glory of Love” — Billy Hill and Benny Goodman’s, not Peter Cetera’s — that Midler also recorded for the original pic.