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Mo'Nique is the hefty, hearty, "phat and fabulous" comedienne whose turn as a bitterly abusive mother in the 2009 film Precious won her an Academy Award as best supporting actress. Mo'Nique grew up in Baltimore, began doing stand-up comedy in her early 20s, and eventually quit a job at the phone company to devote herself to comedy. She rose steadily and made the rounds of African-American cable shows like Showtime at the Apollo and Def Comedy Jame. From 1999-2004 she starred in the sitcom The Pa More »
Name at Birth: Monique Imes
Born: December 11, 1967 (Woodlawn, Maryland)


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Nov 14, 2017 ... Yohonia Monique Martin November 14, 2017. I hope her tops is registered with the surgical association(s), hope they don't do the Beyoncé to those tetahs. Reply . Gothenburg Sweden: We Swedes don't wash our ass ♂️does that make us nasty, or natural 🤔 November 14, 2017. Stunning s*** couple.


All these names and more of people I spoke with time and time again to get this fixed – Wells Fargo's mistake. Not a happy camper!!!!! Reply · Yohonia Monique Martin July 19, 2016. HAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! people are submitting in my place documents of donation, you know I don't donate, I invest please don't let this come ...


Oct 11, 2017 ... 2 Comments. Yohonia Monique Martin October 18, 2017 at 6:48 pm. Thank you, im sure my beau loved it. CHarlene. October 26, 2017 at 7:25 pm. Reminds me of the story of the Boar Hog, from the Virgin Islands. It tels the story of a vain female.


Mar 11, 2015 ... Monique Randall, 10, and Montel, 12, clambered down the bus steps and headed for home. They hustled past one of their neighbors who stood ... Her home was where a group of congressmen, Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and other civil rights leaders gathered to write the first draft of the Voting Rights Act.