Countess Vaughn Bio, Kids, Net Worth, Husband, Weight Loss
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Countess Vaughn is a very popular singer and actress from a series of sitcoms of the top 90s, especially for her role as Kimberly Ann Parker in “Moesha”.

Countess Vaughn, who stands at a height of 1.49 m, began her career as an actress at the age of 3. In 1988 she became a singer in her local church and later on the junior and overall junior champion of “Star Search”.

The fame that came with her victory led to the beginning of her acting career with a role as Alexandria DeWitt in the fourth season of NBC’s “227” (1988-1989), and in 1989 her role earned her a nomination for the Young Artist Award as a young actress in a supporting role in a comedy or drama series or special.

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Countess Vaughn Bio

Countess Danielle Vaughn-James was born on August 8, 1978 (currently 39 years old) in Idabel, Oklahoma, USA, as the daughter of Sandra and Leo Vaughn. In 1992 her singing talent was strengthened by the release of an album (“Countess”), whose hit single was a cover of James Brown’s “It’s A Man’s, Man’s, Man’s World” and which sold over 3000 copies.

Countess Vaughn Bio, Kids, Net Worth, Husband, Weight Loss
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Filmography

Countess Vaughn has appeared in several television shows and films, including some of her filmographic works: “Fievel’s American Tails” (1992), where she was the voice of Monique; “Hanging with Mr. Cooper” (1992-1993), where she played the role of Keisha in 3 episodes; Charlene in “Thea” (1994), “Roc” (1993-1994); she played the role of Kimberly Ann Parker in 83 episodes of UPN’s “Moesha” (for which she was nominated and won the NAACP image award for outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series) and 110 episodes as the same character in “Moesha’s” offshoot “The Parkers” (1999-2004).

She was Anetta Jones in the 1999 film “Trippin’ ” and an office worker. Assistant in the movie “Max Keebles Big Step” (2001); currently she is acting as herself in the reality show “Hollywood Divas” of TV One (until today 2014).

Countess Vaughn Net Worth

The net assets of Countess Vaughn are estimated at USD 900,000 and are assumed to be the proceeds of her activities. She was recently in the news for ending her 20-year feud with “Moesha” co-star Brandy.

Countess Vaughn Kids, Husband

Countess Vaughn has two children, a son named Jaylen by her ex-husband Joseph James (married in 2002 and divorced in 2005) and a daughter Aniyah (whose identity was recently revealed during an appearance on the television show The Doctors) by an unknown man.

She also admitted that she aborted a baby at the age of 18 to save her then-new acting career, believing that a baby would have ruined her chances of a substantial acting career.

Countess Vaughn recently used social media to announce her engagement to her mysterious boyfriend of 10 years.

Countess Vaughn Weight Loss

Countess Vaughn Bio, Kids, Net Worth, Husband, Weight Loss
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Although she is a mother of two children, Countess Vaughn has significantly improved her figure through her immense weight loss and is guilty of flooding social media with enticing images of her newly acquired circumcised figure.

In her opinion, this was not an easy task, as she had to deal with the greatest devotion, a change of diet, regular exercise, and plastic surgery (liposuction).

She reportedly had to exercise for 30-45 minutes a day, reduce her food intake (fried chicken was completely removed from her diet, which happens to be one of her favorite dishes), and nibble and endure two equally painful liposuction operations.

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Social Media

Countess Vaughn has a very active presence in social media, she can be followed on Instagram via the handle @countessdvaughn. She currently has over 437 thousand followers and has published over 1,200 photos and videos. Most of her Instagram contributions are motivational videos (mostly by TD Jakes), musicals, funny contributions, and her private life.

She is also available on Twitter through the same handle she uses for her Instagram account, but her Twitter timeline is mostly filled with her Instagram posts and work-related posts.

Youtube

Countess Vaughn appears to be in a number of Youtube videos, but the one that caught our attention was a love rap video for dialysis patients with kidney failure that she posted on her Instagram profile. We’re not particularly sure if she’s the one at the beginning of the video, but we know there’s some kind of close connection to the video; it’s the official link available on her profile page.