Countess Vaughn (Countess Danielle Vaughn)
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BiographyIdabel, Oklahoma, USA
Countess Danielle Vaughn (her real name) was born August 8, 1978 in Idabel, Oklahoma, a small town of approximately 7500 people. She was born to Leo and Sandra Vaughn who taught in the local schools. Very early Countess established herself as a young singer with a dynamic voice. In 1988 she sang her way to stardom by becoming "Star Search" Junior Vocalist Champion. From there her TV career was born. She co-starred on NBC's "227". She had recurring roles on "Hangin' With Cooper," and "Roc." In 1995 she was a part of the original cast of "Moesha" playing the role of "Kim. Read more... "In 1999 UPN's "The Parkers" debuted with Countess starring in this "Moesha" spinoff. Also in 1999 she was a part of the cast of the movie, "Trippin'". From the NAACP she has received The Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Award, and in 1998 she received that organization's "Image Award." Future plans are to do an album and act in more movies.