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Niecy Nash-Betts

1970-02-23

Niecy Nash-Betts (born Carol Denise Ensley; born February 23, 1970), is an American actress, comedian and television host, best known for her roles as Agent Simone Clark on The Rookie: Feds, Deputy Raineesha Williams on the Reno 911 franchise, Desna on Claws, Lolli Ballentine on The Soul Man, Glenda Cleveland on the Netflix series Dahmer, Dr. Jamie Ryan on Never Have I Ever, Flo Kennedy on Mrs. America, Deloris Wise on When They See Us, Denise Hemphill on Scream Queens, and Didi Ortley on Getting On. She hosted the reality show Clean House and the game show Don't Forget the Lyrics! as well as guest hosting 5 episodes of The Masked Singer, Season 5. She also appeared multiple times on the new Match Game. Her best known movie roles are as Gloria Williams in Stolen by My Mother: The Kamiyah Mobley Story, Richie Jean Jackson in Selma, Michelle in Not Easily Broken, and Naomi in Guess Who. She also voiced Rosalita in the film G-Force, and Bertie on the series Agent Elvis.