Imani Hakim is an American actress who was born on 12 August 1993, in Cleveland, Ohio, US. She is best recognized for playing as Tony Rock in the sitcom "Everybody Hates Chris" and as Gabrielle Douglas in the film named, "The Gabby Douglas Story".
The stunning and gorgeous actress has appeared in Cinderella and The Hobbit theater shows.
Date of Birth
12 August 1993
Cleveland, Ohio, US
Family and Early Life:
Hakim father raised her with her five brothers, but their identities are have remained hidden from the public. She praised her father for being a good parent and said that he made many sacrifices in his life to provide for his children.
She had taken lots of acting classes in the past. She enrolled at the Karamu House theater in Cleveland when she was seven years old, where she received her first acting training and appeared in a number of theater shows.
She attended Alexander's Workshop School in Lakewood, California, and then The Young Actor's space in Burbank, California, where she completed her education.
The estimated net worth of Imani Hakim is around $500,000. She makes her earnings through her professional career as an actress.
Her first professional appearance was in a commercial for McDonald's. She appeared in theater performances of Cinderella and The Hobbit.
In 2016, Imani Hakim made her relationship with artist and DJ Matthew Russel public on social media. After the couple broke up she had not have to share anything about her personal life so it's hard to assume that weather she is dating someone right now or not.
Hakim had her debut television appearance as one of the leads in 2005 Blockbuster show "Everybody Hate Chris". She appeared as a guest star on a number of shows, including "ER", "CSI", "States of Affairs", "The Replacements" and many more.
She was nominated for two Movieguide Awards. In 2014, she starred as Gabby Douglas, a 13years old Olympic gold medalist, in the Lifetime film "The Gabby Douglas Story". She was awarded "Outstanding Actress in a TV Movies or Mini-Series" for her performance.
Furthermore, she has a lead role in the feature film "Chocolate City", co-starring Vivica Fox and most recently in the Sundance film "Burning Sands".
She is also dedicated to supporting her community. She was awarded as a "Young Entertainer of the year" by the United States House of Representatives, the United States Senate, the City of Los Angeles Police Department, and the Sheriff's Department for her dedication as a young actor.
“I want to be challenged. I want to push myself to the limit, and grow as an artist”