- NAME: Keke Palmer
- OCCUPATION: Actress, Singer
- BIRTH DATE: August 26, 1993 (Age: 20)
- Did You Know?: In 2004, Keke Palmer became the youngest nominee for the Screen Actors Guild's best leading actress honor.
- PLACE OF BIRTH: Harvey, Illinois
- Full Name: Lauren Keyana Palmer
- AKA: Keyana Palmer
- AKA: Keke Palmer
- ZODIAC SIGN: Virgo
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Keke Palmer is an actress and singer who made her first splash in Barbershop 2: Back in Business, later starring in Akeelah and the Bee (2006).
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In 2008, Palmer was cast as the star of True Jackson, VP, a Nickelodeon program about a 15-year-old girl who becomes vice president of a billion-dollar fashion company.
With her versatility as an actress and singer, Palmer is sure to be gracing screens and stages for years to come.
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