The funniest black female comedians are Kim Wayans and Aisha Tyler. Kim Wayans is an actor and director born in New York City in 1961. She is a sister to Keenen, Damon, Shawn and Nadia. Kim’s best funniest show is the Fox Sketch Comedy Show. Her career path has seen her take part in several films that include; In Living Color, I’m Gonna Get You Sucka, Juwanna Mann, Talking About Sex, etc. Her role in television shows can be evident in shows like A Handsome Woman Retreats, and also Barbecue. Aisha Tyler has played a significant role in television and film industry. She took part Talk Soap, Ghost Whisperer, Santa Clause, and Never Die Alone. She wasn’t in any movies with real sex, but she certainly had some steamy scenes.
Kate Mara is an American actress born in New York in 1983. Kate Mara started her role as an actor back in School music at the age of nine years, a lot of people compared her to a young Dolly Parton. She appeared for her first audition for the NBC police drama, Life on the Street; but she never got to join the crew. Mara entered New York University to study Music Theater but would later defer her studies to join her career of acting. Her first television show was Law and Order whereby she featured as Jenna Erlich. The current films she is working on are Megan Leavey and Mercy which are still in post-production.
Jennifer Lopez was born in 1969 in New York. She is a renowned singer, actress, dancer, producer, author, and a television personality. Lopez began her career in 1999, and her current net worth is $320 million. She has sung several songs like My Little Girl, Anaconda, Home, etc. Her latest television filmography was in Hotel Malibu and Shades of Blue in 1994 and 2016 respectively.
Naomi Watts is the perfect example of a famous Aussie, and one of the most famous celebrity INFJs, that has made her name playing characters from all over the globe. From her famous turn as an American in the western remake of The Ring, to playing a Londoner in the excellent Eastern Promises. She’s also well known for her depth, with her more independent artistic roles including 21 Grams, and her starring turn in Mulholland Drive.