- Full Name Shiquita James
- Occupation Actress
- Nationality American
- Birthplace USA
- Birth Date Undisclosed
- Ethnicity African-American
- University ITT Technical Institute
- Education Graduated
- Relationship Status Undisclosed
- Height 5 feet 7 inches (1m 70cm)
- Weight 125lbs (57kgs)
- Net Worth Undisclosed
Shiquita James | BiographyAppeared in TV Series like 'Doom Patrol' & 'Swamp Thing'
'Alice,' an upcoming action thriller film, is Krystin Ver Linden's directorial debut. It will go on the floor in the United States on 18 March this year and stars actors like Common, Keke Palmer, Jonny Lee Miller, and Gaius Charles as the film's main cast. James has an uncredited role in this upcoming thriller. She is set to appear as a pedestrian and a theatergoer.
Shiquita James is an American actress. She recently appeared as a sharecropper in the 2021 film Respect.
Who is Shiquita James?
Shiquita James is a television and film actress. Unfortunately, her birthdate, age, and her parents' information are not available on any verified media sources.
She received a high school education at Westover High School from 1987 to 1994. Later, she earned her Associate's degree at ITT Technical Institute, Norfolk, in 2007.
James began her career in the acting industry in 2016 with a minor role in the short film Closet Doors. It followed her first TV appearance as a congregation member in the TV series Greenleaf in the same year.
Since then, she has regularly appeared with minor parts in around 45 acting projects. Her list of works includes Doom Patrol (2019 TV series), Swamp Thing (2019 TV series), Harriet (2019 film), Gemini Man (2019 film), and Emperor (2020 film).
She says, "I am an androgynous woman because I do not limit myself nor define myself by how I choose to dress, I’ll always be a woman first. I do this creative work not only because I’m a creative person but with purpose."
Besides acting, she also loves poetry and writing and considers it as her first love.
Recent & Upcoming Projects
Lately, James has appeared in several TV series and films. In 2021 itself, she is credited for seven appearances as an actress. She appeared as a plantation slave in the TV mini-series The Underground Railroad, a veteran hero in the film The Tomorrow War, and a concert patron in the TV series Step Up: High Water.
Furthermore, she will appear in around half a dozen projects in 2022. The list of her new and upcoming projects includes Oracle (film), Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (film), DMZ (TV mini-series), and The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey (TV series).
An Uncredited Role on 'Alice'
Alice, is an action thriller film, is Krystin Ver Linden's directorial debut. It was released in the United States on 18 March 2022 and stars actors like Common, Keke Palmer, Jonny Lee Miller, and Gaius Charles as the film's main cast.
The film's storyline follows its titular character Alice portrayed by Keke Palmer, who is enslaved in a tree plantation area in Georgia. One day, she escapes the tree line only to find out the shocking truth hidden beyond the plantation area.
James has an uncredited role in this thriller appearing as a pedestrian and a theatergoer.
Moreover, she shared the news about her being part of the film via an Instagram post on 18 December 2021. As per the post, the actress filmed her role in the movie in November 2020.
Her Son is an Engineer
James maintains a low-key profile when it comes to her private life information. Also, there are no verified sources to reveal details about her love, dating, or marriage life. However, her Instagram posts suggest she has a son named Malik Rashaad.
Malik was born on 22 May 1998. On his 23rd birthday in 2021, James shared a picture with her son on her Instagram handle. Alongside the picture, she talked about how proud a mother is of having Malik as a son. She wrote,
"I AM extremely proud of him, as a child, he had to watch me battle Lupus, living fearing he could lose his mother. He was my light on my darkest of days, but he has also seen me overcome it leading me to where I AM today!!"
Furthermore, two days after his 23rd birthday, on 24 May 2021, James' son Malik graduated with an engineering degree from Virginia State University.