The beautiful actress and singer from America, Countess Vaughn rose to fame from her role as Kimberly Ann Parker on the UPN sitcom Moesha as well as in spin-off The Parkers. Furthermore, she has won an Image Award in the category of Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for Moesha.
Countess was born Countess Danielle Vaughn on August 8, 1978, in Idabel, Oklahoma, the United States under the birth sign of Leo. She holds an American nationality and belongs to an African-American ethnic group. She was raised by her parents Sandra Vaughn and Leo Vaughn.
From the beginning of her childhood, Vaughn had an interest in singing and acting. Also, she started to sing at the young age of three.
The 39-year-old American actress, Countess was previously married to Joseph James, on January 16, 2002. They started dating in 2000 and later got married after dating for a couple of years.
Together, they also welcomed a child Jaylen James. However, after being in married life for three years the couple got divorced in 2005. Since her divorce, she has never been spotted with any man.
Back on October 19, 2009, the beautiful actress gave a birth, Aniyah Vaughn. But, there is not any information regarding her father. As per the reports, the actress, Countess is currently single.
The actress, Countess has an estimated net worth of $900 thousand, according to Celebrity Networth. She gathered this net worth by working extensively in show business. Her wealth is often compared with the stars Jackie Debatin and Countess Vaughn.
The actress generally earns around $39.84 per hour which is $50,175 per year. Additionally, actors also receive $1,024 as a bonus, $1,000 profit sharing, and $55,000-65,000 as a commission. So, the rising actress might gain at least the starting amount from her career.
Vaughn started her career back in 1988 by playing the role of Alexandria DeWitt in 227 and has been contributing the field for over 30 years.
Also, she appeared on a TV show called Hollywood Divas. She starred as a guest in the shows like Thea, Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper, and Roc. In 1996, her breakthrough role came when she played Kimberly Ann in the UPN sitcom Moesha.
Moreover, she also acted in the spin-off of this show The Parkers in 1999. In 1998, she won the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. In 2015, She produced and acted in the series The White Sistas.