Robin Givens

Robin Givens
Robin Simone Givens (born November 27, 1964) is an American model, stage, film, and television actress.wikipedia
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Sparks (TV series)

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In 1996, Givens co-starred on the short-lived sitcom Sparks, which aired for two seasons on UPN.
The series stars James Avery, Robin Givens, Terrence Howard, Miguel A. Núñez Jr., Kym Whitley and Arif S. Kinchen.

The Game (American TV series)

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Givens has since had recurring roles on The Game, Tyler Perry's House of Payne, and Chuck.

Boomerang (1992 film)

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She later appeared in Boomerang (1992).
When he meets his new boss, Jacqueline Broyer (Robin Givens), Marcus discovers that she is essentially a female version of himself, and realizes he is receiving the same treatment that he delivers to others.

Murphy Jensen

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In 2000, she gave birth to a second son fathered by her ex-boyfriend, tennis player Murphy Jensen.
Jensen has a son William (born 1999 ) with actress Robin Givens, whom he dated periodically during the late 1990s.

Mike Tyson

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Her first marriage, to boxer Mike Tyson in 1988, drew considerable media attention, as did their divorce the following year.
His marriage to Robin Givens was heading for divorce, and his future contract was being fought over by Don King and Bill Cayton.

Head of the Class

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In 1986, she won the role of Darlene Merriman in the ABC sitcom Head of the Class.

Chuck (TV series)

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Givens has since had recurring roles on The Game, Tyler Perry's House of Payne, and Chuck. In 2011, she guest-starred in three episodes of NBC's spy-comedy Chuck: "Chuck Versus the Masquerade", "Chuck Versus the A-Team", and "Chuck Versus the Muuurder", as Jane Bentley.

Forgive or Forget

In January 2000, she took over hosting duties on the syndicated talk show Forgive or Forget.
The original host of the show was Mother Love, but in January 2000, she was replaced by Robin Givens for the remainder of the second season.

Tyler Perry's House of Payne

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Givens has since had recurring roles on The Game, Tyler Perry's House of Payne, and Chuck.

Chuck Versus the Masquerade

In 2011, she guest-starred in three episodes of NBC's spy-comedy Chuck: "Chuck Versus the Masquerade", "Chuck Versus the A-Team", and "Chuck Versus the Muuurder", as Jane Bentley.
John Casey is tempted by an offer from National Clandestine Service Director Jane Bentley (Robin Givens), and Morgan Grimes makes a big decision.

The Family That Preys

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Givens returned to feature films in Tyler Perry's Southern drama The Family That Preys (2008).
Charlotte hires Abigail "Abby" Dexter (Robin Givens) as COO and determines the company will have to front $25 million to make William's deal viable.

Mount Vernon, New York

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Her mother raised Givens and her sister Stephanie in Mount Vernon and New Rochelle, New York.

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

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She also played Denise in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.

Chuck Versus the Muuurder

In 2011, she guest-starred in three episodes of NBC's spy-comedy Chuck: "Chuck Versus the Masquerade", "Chuck Versus the A-Team", and "Chuck Versus the Muuurder", as Jane Bentley.
After Chuck and Director Jane Bentley (Robin Givens) find Brody's body, Chuck begins to panic about his leadership abilities.

Chuck Versus the A-Team

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In 2011, she guest-starred in three episodes of NBC's spy-comedy Chuck: "Chuck Versus the Masquerade", "Chuck Versus the A-Team", and "Chuck Versus the Muuurder", as Jane Bentley.
Chuck tries to retrieve the laptop, but Director Jane Bentley (Robin Givens) arrives and stops him, warning him that her Intersects won't hesitate to "pull the trigger" like him.

He Wasn't Man Enough

In January 2000, Givens appeared in a cameo in Toni Braxton's music video "He Wasn't Man Enough", as the wife of a cheating husband.
The shot turns to a club where her ex (portrayed by Braxton's former husband Keri Lewis of R&B group Mint Condition) and his current wife (portrayed by Robin Givens) walk in.

A Rage in Harlem

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The film stars Forest Whitaker, Danny Glover, Badja Djola, Robin Givens and Gregory Hines.

Saints & Sinners (2007 TV series)

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In 2006, Givens attempted a return to television on MyNetworkTV's telenovela Saints and Sinners, but the show garnered low ratings and was soon canceled.
Robin Givens plays Kelly Dodd, a New York City fashion designer who develops a crush on Roman.

Foreign Student

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The film stars Robin Givens, Marco Hofschneider, Rick Johnson, Charlotte Ross, Edward Herrmann and Jack Coleman.

Queen of Media

Queen of Media is an unreleased American drama film, directed by Furqaan Clover and starring Robin Givens.

Book of Love (2002 film)

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The team of average Joes are no match for their manipulative girlfriends (Salli Richardson, Mari Morrow, and Robin Givens), however, and the over eager men are taken for all they're worth.

Johnny Gill

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Givens starred in the 2009 stage play A Mother's Prayer, which also starred Johnny Gill, Shirley Murdock, and Jermaine Crawford.
Gill starred in the 2009 stage play A Mother's Prayer, which also starred Robin Givens, Shirley Murdock, and Jermaine Crawford

Shirley Murdock

Givens starred in the 2009 stage play A Mother's Prayer, which also starred Johnny Gill, Shirley Murdock, and Jermaine Crawford.
She also appeared in the 2009 stage play A Mother's Prayer, with Johnny Gill, Robin Givens, and Jermaine Crawford.

The Wiz (film)

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The Penthouse (1989 film)

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The Penthouse is a 1989 American-Canadian television film directed by David Greene and starring Robin Givens.