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Pounder began her career in the movies, debuting in 1979's ''All That Jazz'' (with [[Keith Gordon]]), other movie appearances include ''Union City'' (with [[Sam McMurray]]), ''I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can'' (with [[Ellen Greene]]), ''Prizzi's Honor'', ''Postcards From The Edge'' (with [[Annette Bening]] and [[Robin Bartlett]]), ''Benny and Joon'' (with [[Dan Hedaya]] and [[Oliver Platt]], ''Avatar'', and her most recent movie appearance, in ''The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones''.
 
Pounder began her career in the movies, debuting in 1979's ''All That Jazz'' (with [[Keith Gordon]]), other movie appearances include ''Union City'' (with [[Sam McMurray]]), ''I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can'' (with [[Ellen Greene]]), ''Prizzi's Honor'', ''Postcards From The Edge'' (with [[Annette Bening]] and [[Robin Bartlett]]), ''Benny and Joon'' (with [[Dan Hedaya]] and [[Oliver Platt]], ''Avatar'', and her most recent movie appearance, in ''The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones''.
   
Her TV debut came in the 1985 movie ''Go Tell It On The Mountain'' (with [[Giancarlo Esposito]] and [[Ving Rhames]]), followed by appearances on ''Women In Prison'' (with [[Denny Dillon]]), ''Cop Rock'' (with [[Larry Joshua]]), and 24 episodes of ''ER'' as "Dr. Angela Hicks" before her long-running role as Captain Claudette Wyms in the 2002-08 series ''The Shield'' (with [[Michael Chiklis]]). Her more recent appearances include the series' ''Brothers'', ''Warehouse 13'', ''Sons of Anarchy'' (with [[Jimmy Smits]], [[Ron Perlman]], and [[Kim Coates]]), and her most recent TV appearance, in a 2014 episode of ''[[NCIS]]'' that served as a backdoor pilot for a NCIS spin-off set in New Orleans.
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Her TV debut came in the 1985 movie ''Go Tell It On The Mountain'' (with [[Giancarlo Esposito]] and [[Ving Rhames]]), followed by appearances on ''Women In Prison'' (with [[Denny Dillon]]), ''Cop Rock'' (with [[Larry Joshua]]), and 24 episodes of ''ER'' as "Dr. Angela Hicks" before her long-running role as Captain Claudette Wyms in the 2002-08 series ''The Shield'' (with [[Michael Chiklis]]). Her more recent appearances include the series' ''Brothers'', ''Warehouse 13'', ''Sons of Anarchy'' (with [[Jimmy Smits]], [[Ron Perlman]], and [[Kim Coates]]), and her most recent TV appearance, in a 2014 episode of ''NCIS'' that served as a backdoor pilot for a spin-off set in New Orleans.
   
 
==Personal Life==
 
==Personal Life==

Revision as of 00:19, 26 March 2014

C.C.H. Pounder
Miami Vice Character
Born
December 25, 1952, Guyana
Active
1979-present
Spouse
Boubacar Kane (1991-present, three children)


Carol Christine Hilaria Pounder (born December 25, 1992, Guyana) appeared as Yvonne, friend of Valerie Gordon in the episode "Too Much, Too Late" of the series Miami Vice.

Career

Pounder began her career in the movies, debuting in 1979's All That Jazz (with Keith Gordon), other movie appearances include Union City (with Sam McMurray), I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can (with Ellen Greene), Prizzi's Honor, Postcards From The Edge (with Annette Bening and Robin Bartlett), Benny and Joon (with Dan Hedaya and Oliver Platt, Avatar, and her most recent movie appearance, in The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones.

Her TV debut came in the 1985 movie Go Tell It On The Mountain (with Giancarlo Esposito and Ving Rhames), followed by appearances on Women In Prison (with Denny Dillon), Cop Rock (with Larry Joshua), and 24 episodes of ER as "Dr. Angela Hicks" before her long-running role as Captain Claudette Wyms in the 2002-08 series The Shield (with Michael Chiklis). Her more recent appearances include the series' Brothers, Warehouse 13, Sons of Anarchy (with Jimmy Smits, Ron Perlman, and Kim Coates), and her most recent TV appearance, in a 2014 episode of NCIS that served as a backdoor pilot for a spin-off set in New Orleans.

Personal Life

Pounder married Boubacar Kane in 1979, and they have three children; Nicole (born 1971), Libya (born 1973), and Matthew (born 1982), and six grandchildren.