Jimmy Jean-Louis (born August 8, 1968) is a Haitian actor and model best known for his role as The Haitian on the NBC television series Heroes. Born in Pétionville, he moved to Paris at a young age to pursue a modeling career. His early roles were in French musical theatre and television commercials. Eventually settling in Los Angeles in the late 1990s, he had small roles in The Bourne Identity and Arliss before breaking into larger roles in American television and film.
Jonathan Gabriel Charles, born and raised in Haiti for the first ten years of his life, immigrated to New York with his parents at the age of 10, Queens to be exact. As a graduate from the New York Film Academy, and studies from the historic HB Studio, Jonathan booked his first acting role in 2007, in a NIKE commercial with Amar'e Stoudemire.
Marie was born on December 2, 1985 on the Caribbean Island of Haiti. She moved to the US when she was 12. Marie lived in New Jersey for about 7 years and moved to Pennsylvania the summer of 2003. Marie went to 3 different high schools and she says that she was considered a girl that was not cool. She was never really part of a clique until her senior year.
Junior Jovais GaletteFootball Player
Praskazrel Samuel MichelR&B/Soul
Samuel Davis Dalembert (born May 10, 1981) is a Haitian-Canadian professional basketball player who currently plays for the Dallas Mavericks of the NBA. He played college basketball at Seton Hall University. He is known for his excellent shot blocking ability; he has averaged about two blocks per game over his NBA career, placing him among the league's elite in this category.
Sarodj Bertin DurocherActor, Model
Wyclef JeanSinger, Guitarist, Songwriter, Politician
Wyclef Jean was born on October 17, 1969, in Croix-des-Bouquets, Haiti. Wyclef Jean's band, the Fugees, released their debut album, Blunted on Reality, in 1993. It was the group's second album, The Score (1996), however, that catapulted the Fugees to stardom. The Score sold more than 15 million copies worldwide. After making several albums, in August 2010, Jean made headlines when he announced that he would be running the presidency of Haiti. Soon after his announcement, however, he was declared ineligible.
garcelle beauvaisActor, Model
Garcelle was born in Haiti. Her mother, Marie-Claire, was a teacher who moved Garcelle and her six older children to Massachusetts after a divorce from her father, Axel, four years prior. At age 16, the family moved again to Miami. At 17, Garcelle pursued a modeling career in New York. She got a break on Aaron Spelling's TV show, Models Inc. (1994). She then joined L.A.'s comedy troupe, The Groundlings. She became engaged to Michael Nilon, a talent agent. She was formerly married to producer Daniel Saunders for 6-1/2 years with whom she had a son, Oliver (B. 1992).
Emeline MichelSinger/Song Writer
Emeline Michel (born in Gonaïvesin 1996,All About Jazz) is a Haitian singer who has been called "The Joni Mitchell of Haiti." Her songs merge native Haitian compas music and rara with jazz, pop, bossa nova, and samba. She's a well accomplished dancer, versatile vocalist, songwriter and producer. She sang a version of Jimmy Cliff's Many Rivers to Cross at Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief.
Fernel "Jesifra" Valcourt is a Haitian-comedian legend. Born in Cap-Haitien, he began training in the performing arts at an early age, and recognition for his theatre work catapulted him to national prominence soon. He has been so revered for his natural talents, Tonton Bicha regards him as a motivating force that drove him to seek a career in comedy.
Pierre GarconPro Football player
Haitian-American wide receiver Pierre Garcon was drafted by the Indianapolis Colts in 2008. He spent his first year as a backup and moved into a starting position after other members of the team were injured. During the 2009 season, Garcon became a star with 47 receptions for 765 yards and 4 touchdowns.
Genece was born in Waltham, Massachusetts, but was raised in Cincinnati, Ohio and Miami, Florida. He studied acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and has made numerous appearances on television in such series as Malcolm & Eddie and The District. However, he has received his most acclaim for his work in the theatre. He received an NAACP Theatre Award for his portrayal of Haitian leader Jean-Jacques Dessalines in the first installment of "For the Love of Freedom," playwright Levy Lee Simon's trilogy about the Haitian revolt. Genece was also honored with a Maddy Award for his lead performance in "Othello."
Katia CadetSinger/Song Writer
Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Katia Cadet, earned her Grammy nod for co-writing the hit tune “911” performed by Wyclef Jean and Mary J. Blige. Subsequently called upon by A-list producer Salaam Remi to be a part of the writing team for the soundtrack of major motion picture Rush Hour 3, Katia writes and performs the perfect French Jazz tune titled “L’amour Une Aventure”. Born in Haiti and raised in Montreal Canada, this charismatic singer and prolific songwriter is ready to share her multi-cultural background and deliver her first solo album after carefully crafting her musical skills, and working with some of the industries most coveted artists and producers.
Numa PerrierActor, Filmmaker
Raoul PeckActor, Filmmaker
Anaïs Damphousse JolyActress
Anaïs Damphousse Joly was born February 20, 1995 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. At 15 months she was adopted and moved to Canada where she still lives. She's known to be very theatrical, energetic and enthusiasm about anything linked to acting. She has an unconditional love of books that goes in pair with her love for learning. According to her, every day is a new challenge and a new chance to prove people what she can do.
He left Haiti for Togo in 1992, before settling in Guyana in 1996. He studied philosophy at Paris in 1998, he abandoned studies in license to devote himself to cinema. He founded the group with Diaph1kat Aïssatou Balde in 2004 as part of this structure, it runs short films, video clips, and a documentary Homes Malian migrants.
Born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Leilah moved to New Jersey at the age of twelve. A natural performer, her diverse extracurricular activities included fencing, soccer, dance, theater, and pretending to be a television host for her family. Her passion for the performing arts only grew stronger over the years and led to her decision to attend Barry University in Miami, Florida to pursue her love of acting.
Florence Regina Actress/Producer/Director, founded Soleil Films in June 2002. She has produced several short films including film festival favorites, Copelessness; and Art. She produced and directed the American Diabetes Association's 2004 Man Of Distinction Award, a tribute documentary. She also produced the short film, Bringing Up Baybay, starring Mad TV's Debra Wilson. The feature length documentary, Diabetes And Me, is now in post-production. Her production company, Soleil Films has several feature film and television projects in development, including the animated series, Li'l Eff & Pepper.
Edwidge DanticatActress | Producer
Martha Jean ClaudeActress/singer
Valensky Sylvain has been a performer since the age of five. He began performing in Brooklyn, New York and has expanded his acting career all over the United States. His love of the arts is only surpassed by his love of God. He has a great knack for networking and has been doing so for over 20 years.
Bernard NicolasActor | Producer | Director
Sacha ParisotProducer | Director | Writer
Paul Dumas FrappierActor | Music Department | Producer
Albert C. ChevalierProducer | Production Manager | Editorial Department
No photo available. Represent Albert C. Chevalier? Add or change photos at IMDbPro SEE RANK Albert C. Chevalier Producer | Production Manager | Editorial Department Albert C. Chevalier was born on October 13, 1970 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti as Albert Charles Jr. He is a producer and production manager, known for Pastor Jones (2005), County General (2005) and Color of the Cross (2006).
Alex Désert is widely known for his roles in TV series The Flash, Becker with Ted Danson, and Boy Meets World as well as the voice of Nick Fury for the animated series, Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes. Désert can most recently be seen in Mom and Grey's Anatomy. His recent television credits also include House of Payne, House MD, Reno 911, and The Sarah Silverman Program.
Nayvadius DeMun WilburnRapper
Cryme TymeProfessional wrestling tag team
Emmanuel Pierre-AntoineProfessional ballroom dancer
Eric AndréAmerican actor, comedian, and television host
Georges Alan Cavé is an American of Haitian descent who is a Compas and Zouk singer and the leader of the group Zin. He was born on February 27, in Brooklyn, New York but spent most of his adolescent years in Haiti. He toured with his father, Syto Cavé (Poet and Author), all over the French Antilles, France and Canada. In 1987, he met with Alex Abellard and Eddy Saint-Vil to audition for the group Zin. Alex concluded that he could not have that voice against his band, so he quickly signed Alan Cavé.
Michel Joseph Martelly (born 12 February 1961), also known by his stage name "Sweet Micky", is a Haitian politician, former musician and businessman. Since May 2011 he is the President of Haiti, having been one of Haiti's best-known musicians for over a decade. For various reasons Martelly has moved a number of times between the United States and Haiti, living primarily in Florida during his time in the US.
Anastagia Pierre (born October 5, 1988) is an American of Haitian and Bahamian descent. She is a beauty queen, model, spokesperson, and television host, elected as Miss Bahamas Universe 2011 on May 1, 2011. She competed at Miss Universe 2011 in São Paulo, Brazil on September 12, 2011. She is the Station Host at WTVJ NBC 6 in Miami, FL
Jean-Claude La Marrewriter, director, and film and television actor
Jean Fritz Elie Jr. is an American actor who was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and grew up in Brockton, Massachusetts. He is of Haitian descent. He has worked in numerous roles and sets such as "Everyone Counts", "A Hollywood Zone", and CSI:NY, and landing a principal role in the Project X, from the creators of The Hangover.
Jeff GardereTV SHOW HOSTS
Marlyne Nayokah Barrett, née Afflack (born September 13, 1978 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American actress best known her role as Nerese Campbell on The Wire. She also played an attorney in the FX drama Damages and Thomasina, the efficient palace secretary and aide-de-camp, on the NBC series Kings. She is of Haitian descent and also lived in Montreal where she was a VJ for Musique Plus.
Pierre DesirAmerican filmmaker, artist, and professor
Pierre Hermann L. Desir Jr. is an American filmmaker, artist, and professor, currently working as a Lecturer at the University of California, San Diego. After he attended Davies College in London and traveled through Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, Desir realized his passion for art and teaching.
Sal MasekelaAmerican television host, sports commentator, actor, and singer
Sal is the son of the South African jazz musician Hugh Masekela, and a Haitian mother. Sal is also the older half-brother of Survivor: Cook Islands contestant Nathan Gonzalez. He was raised in Staten Island, New York and Carlsbad, California, where he attended Carlsbad High School. Sal is the co-founder of Berkela Motion Pictures with Jason Bergh.
Tonton Bicha, whose real name is Daniel Fils-Aimé, saw the light of day on July 7, 1973 in Cap-Haitien. As a youngster, the theatre possessed his soul. The "Troupe Jeunes Patriotes Catholiques “(JPC) [Young Catholic Patriots Company] helped has a lot to do with Bicha’s Career as a comedian, it help nourished his talent.
Gabrielle and Danielle VictorActress
Gabrielle and Danielle Victor (born May 18, 1988) are Haitian/Irish American, reality television participants. They are known for their appearance on season eight of Oxygen's Bad Girls Club, becoming the first set of twins to participate the show. Dani would later go on to star on season 4 of Love Games: Bad Girls Need Love Too, where she placed third. Both girls also appeared on season 1 ofBad Girls All-Star Battle with Dani placing third and Gabi placing fourth. Dani returned for on season 2 and came in last place.
Charles Andre Dorismond (born November 4, 1964), better known by his stage name Bigga Haitian, is a Haitian-Americanentertainer who rose to fame in the 1990s. He is known as "the first Haitian singer to break into the Jamaican reggae scene",tearing down national and cultural walls and paving the way for the next generation of Haitian artists.
Daniel Bernard Roumainclassically trained composer, performer, violinist
Daniel Bernard Roumain (known by his initials, DBR) is a classically trained composer, performer, violinist, and band-leader noted for blending funk, rock, hip-hop and classical music into an energetic and experiential sonic form. DBR is of Haitian-American heritage and he attended Dillard Center for the Arts in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He received his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University's Blair School of Music and earned a doctorate in musical composition from the University of Michigan.
Dawn Angeliqué Richard, known professionally as Dawn Richard (born August 5, 1983), is an American singer-songwriter. Richard started her career after auditioning for Making the Band 3 in 2004, During this time Richard became a member of American girl band Danity Kane, from 2005 to 2009, and reformed the group with 2 of the original 4 members in late 2013
DJ Whoo KidRapper
Yves Mondesir (born October 12, 1972), better known by his stage name DJ Whoo Kid, is an American hip hop DJ. He is currently signed to G-Unit Records and its subsidiary label, Shady Ville Entertainment. He is the host of Hollywood Saturdays onSirius/XM Radio, and in March 2009, he launched the video website www.RadioPlanet.tv. His productions often uses a sound clip of shouting his DJ name, with an echo effect.
Angela Kohn (born November 24, 1975), better known as Jacki-O, is an Haitian American rapper from Miami, Florida, who is currently signed to her own label Jack Movement Entertainment. She got her first break in 2003 with the bawdy sex rap "Nookie" which garnered the MC comparisons to fellow Southern rapper Trina.
Jean Beauvoirbassist, guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, producer and entertainment
Jerry Duplessismusical composer and record producer
Kangol Kidhip hop producer, songwriter, break dancer
Gessica geneus was only 17 years old in 2002 when she had success in his first major feature film through Barikad, Richard Senecal role. Since then, other doors opened and have won several other major roles on the scenes of the best Haitian and foreign filmmakers. that will be in long or short films,
Mondiana J'hanne PierreMiss Haiti Universe 2013
Shassy (Chasmaille Odera)Rapper/Singer
Haitian Celebs: Gary Dourdain – Haitian American Actor from CSI Las Vegas. His parents or grandparents came from Haiti. Sadly enough, his older brother died in Haiti (there are questions as to whether he was pushed off a balcony, or simply fell) while on a visit there to research his Haitian lineage.
Nadege FleurimondCelebrity Chef
Nadege Fleurimond is a young chef at the head of Fleurimond Catering. Born in Haiti, Fleurimond grew up in the United States; however, she gained her appreciation of flavors, textures and colors associated with the Caribbean lifestyle, from her strong upbringing and background of her Haitian culture.
Mona Scott Young-Producer | Director | Writer
Benjamin Quddus PhilippeTV SHOW HOSTS
Max B (Charles Wingate)Rapper
Charles Wingate (born May 21, 1978), better known by his stage name Max B, is an American hip hop recording artist from Harlem, New York City, New York.In 2006, he signed a record deal with his friend and fellow Harlem-based rapper Jim Jones' ByrdGang Records, however after differences which led to a feud, Max B parted ways with Jones in 2008.
Touré EmbdenHip Pop
Michael ClervoixAmerican Record producer.
Joanne Borgella (born May 29, 1982) is an American singer, songwriter, actress, jewelry designer and she is signed to Wilhelmina Models in New York City, Miami and LA. The first winner of Mo'Nique's Fat Chance pageant as "Miss F.A.T." in 2005 and a top 24 contestant on the seventh season of American Idol in 2008.
Marjorie VincentMiss Universe
Dany "Touki" ToussaintBaseball
Jonathan Perry (born June 4, 1988) better known by his stage name J. Perry, is a Haitian singer, songwriter, and composer. In February 18, 2012, President of Haiti Michel Martelly, alongside the Minister of Tourism, Stephanie Villedrouin & the Haitian CarnivalCommittee gave Perry a Gold Disk Plaque for his song Dekole (take off in English) which inspired the theme of the 2012 Carnival
Blake GriffinProfessional Basketball Player
Blake Austin Griffin (born March 16, 1989) is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for the Los Angeles Clippers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Griffin had a renowned high school career at Oklahoma Christian School, winning state titles each of his four years under his father, head coach Tommy Griffin. He then playedcollege basketball for the University of Oklahoma where he was named the Consensus National Player of the Year his sophomore season.
Mario ElieProfessional Basketball Player/Coach
ario Antoine Elie (born November 26, 1963) is an American basketball coach and former National Basketball Association(NBA) player. Elie grew up in New York City and played college basketball at American International College. In the 1985 NBA Draft, the Milwaukee Bucks drafted Elie in the seventh round as the 160th overall pick.
William Leonard Roberts II (born January 28, 1976), better known by his stage name Rick Ross, is an American rapper. In 2009, Ross founded the record label Maybach Music Group, on which he released his studio albums Deeper Than Rap(2009), Teflon Don (2010), God Forgives, I Don't (2012), and Mastermind (2014). Ross was also the first artist signed toDiddy's management company Ciroc Entertainment. In early 2012, MTV named Ross as the Hottest MC in the Game.
Nerlens NoelProfessional Basketball Player
Nerlens Noel (born April 10, 1994) is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for the Philadelphia 76ers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). His collegiate basketball career ended in his first season with a tear of his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) at the University of Kentucky. Noel was drafted with the 6th overall pick in the 2013 NBA draft by the New Orleans Pelicans. On July 12, 2013, the Pelicans traded Noel and their 2014 first round draft pick to thePhiladelphia 76ers in exchange for Jrue Holiday and the 76ers' 42nd pick in the 2013 draft, Pierre Jackson.
Quincy DoubyProfessional Basketball Player
Corey Devon LiugetNFL
Arly LarivierreCompas Artis
Manno (Emmanuel) CharlemagneFolk singer
Manno (Emmanuel) Charlemagne, born 1948, is a Haitian political folk singer, songwriter and acoustic guitarist, lifelong political activist and former politician. He recorded his political chansons in both French and in Creole. He lived abroad in exile twice, both during the 1980s and again during the years 1991-1994, when the country was ruled by a military junta led by Raoul Cédras.
Webert Sicotsax player
Young SlayRap Kreyol
Dadou Pasquet: Haiti’s Ambassador to the World of Music Video. Short excerpt on Haitian musician Dadou Pasquet, who helps open the world of Haitian music to the U.S. population while helping Haitians in the U.S. maintain contact with their culture. He sings of the Haitian struggle and the persecution of refugee
Roger Monfort EugeneMusician
Garcia Delva is a singer, MP, actor, composer born in Haitian Marchand-Dessalines, June 9, 1972, better known by his stage name on GRACIA DELVA. the guest singer Gracia Delva Ticket best started young in MEJ (Eucharistic Youth Movement) and he made a small passage in clubs Cubs and then it belonged to a theater group JDCE where he has not held evil roles of singers in 1986
Born in New-York in 1969, Ralph Condé is a multi talented artist and has been on the musical scene since the age of 16. After receiving his first guitar at the very young age of 6, Ralph has worked to perfect his craft and has build an extraordinary reputation for himself as a musician, a vocalist, a writer, a composer and now a recording studio owner.
MARJORIE IS A VERSATILE ARTIST, A HUMANITARIAN, AN ENTREPRENEUR AND A TALENTED WOMAN WHO DEVOTED HERSELF TO HER CULTURE AND THE CAUSE OF SUFFERING CHILDREN. SHE HAS TRAVELED THE WORLD AS A PROFESSIONAL ENTERTAINER AND SOUGHT AFTER IN THE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY FOR HER SKILLS AS A SINGER, DANCER, AND SONG WRITER. ACCLAIMED FOR HER HAUNTINGLY BEAUTIFUL ORIGINAL VOICE AND STRIKING PRESENCE, SHE HAS C…APTIVED AUDIENCES AND CRITICS ALIKE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD.
Jean Elie Tefort “Cubano “Singer/Musician
When you think of Shak Shah #1, one individual who stands apart from everyone in the band is Jean Elie Telfort a.k.a Cubano or the God father of Compas. Jean Elie Telfort’s majestic voice has captivated audiences from all over Haiti, New York, the French Caribbean and Europe. Undeniably, Shak Shah has had an immensurable impact in the Haitian music industry.
Elvis Kool Dumervil (born January 19, 1984) is an American football outside linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for the University of Louisville and was recognized as a unanimous All-American. He was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the fourth round of the 2006 NFL Draft, and has been selected for the Pro Bowl three times.
Jacques E. Cesaire (born August 30, 1980) is a retired American football defensive end of Haitian descent, who spent all nine of his National Football League seasons with the San Diego Chargers. He was signed by the Chargers as an undrafted free agent in 2003. He played college football at Southern Connecticut State.
I was born in Haiti--March 9, 1983, the day Pope John Paul the II visited Haiti. I was born under Haiti's dictatorial Duvalier regime (Jean Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier). He was ousted 3 years later in 1986, since I was only a child, I have no memory or recollection of the brutal regime and the evil impact it entrenched on the country.
Max Jean-Gilles (born November 19, 1983) is an American football guard for the Portland Thunder of the Arena Football League (AFL). He played college football for the University of Georgia, and received All-American honors. He was selected by the Philadelphia Eagles in the fourth round of the 2006 NFL Draft, and is currently a free agent.
Roger M. EugeneLead Vocal
Emmanuel (Manny) Sandow, 18 years old, and a recent graduate of the Class of 2012 at Midland High School, has been involved with singing, songwriting and acting from a very young age; from singing in local, state, regional, national and international music groups, to a wide range of drama and theater productions.
Jean Brutus Derissaint is one among the trio who founded the well acclaimed Zenglen Band. Jean Brutus Derissaint has the outmost care for the welfare of the group. This is evident when he did not just play the rhythm guitar but as well as managed the band from the very beginning up to the present time.
Georges Alan CavéSinger
Manno (Emmanuel) CharlemagneSinger/musician
Dat7 Eddy ViauSInger/musician
Trouble boy (Lord Wensky Jolissaint)Rapper
Dj Cinq EtwalPROMOTER, BAND OWNER, BAND MEMBER, PRODUCER, SONG WRITER
Madman JPHip-Hop, R&B Producer
Sandro Martelly aka “T-MICKYSinger
Simone BilesAmerican artistic gymnast
Jason DeruloSinger/Song Writer
Birthday: 29. September 0189 Birthplace: Miami, Florida, USA, Haitian decendent Biography Birth Name : Jason Desrouleaux Jason Derulo was born to Haitian parents on September 21, 1989 in Miami. He started making performances since the age of five and wrote his first song, "Crush On You", when he was eight. He recalled on from where he learned music, "I grew up as a huge Michael Jackson fan, studying his videos, copying all his moves. I'd practice singing Usher and Justin Timberlake songs while doing their moves."
Birthday: 23. May 1973 Birthplace: Born: May 23, 1973 in Brooklyn, NY. Raised in New York City. Biography While the neo-soul crooner was raised in Brooklyn, his mother was from Haiti. He recently attended an emergency meeting organized by former President Bill Clinton to develop ways of helping the impoverished people of Haiti.