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Felicia D. Henderson (born April 18, 1961) is an American television producer, screenwriter, comic books writer and a director of music videos and television episodes. She has worked on Moesha, Sister, Sister, Soul Food, and Fringe, also played in a movie with Whitney Houston.
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One of eight children, Henderson was born and raised in Pasadena, California, where she continues to live. She has said that despite her California upbringing, she feels "southern in her soul" due to her mother's strong Mississippi roots.She attended UCLA, where she majored in Psychobiology. After receiving her B.A., she embarked upon a five-year stint in traditional business that began as an investment research manager and ended as a consultant at Kidder, Peabody & Company, after which she decided to go back to school. While pursuing an M.B.A. in corporate finance at the University of Georgia, she received the NBC National Fellowship. Henderson landed her first job in television at NBC as a Creative Associate. After spending a television season reading and analyzing scripts, she decided to seriously pursue a writing career, she applied and was accepted into the prestigious Warner Bros. Writers Workshop. Upon completing the program she became an apprentice on “Family Matters,” where...Teen Titans (2003) #75-87JSA 80-Page Giant (2010)
Felicia D. Henderson, a longstanding supporter and friend of Jenesse Center, is a consulting producer on NEXT, an FBI cyber-crime drama premiering on Fox in April 2020.
Jun 28, 2020 · Henderson started her career writing family sitcoms including The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Sister Sister and Moesha. Eventually, she went back to school to earn an M.F.A. at UCLA where she wrote a...
Mar 22, 2019 · Felicia D. Henderson, Hollywood producer and writer, is a trailblazer when it comes to creating and developing shows that place emphasis on underserved storylines. Her grit, determination and...
Felicia D. Henderson is the creator of Showtime’s Emmy Award nominated series “Soul Food”, television’s first multi-season, successful drama to feature an African American cast.
Jul 05, 2018 · As a series extra, we offer this new conversation with industry giant and trailblazer, Felicia D. Henderson. A screenwriter, television producer, music video director, and comic writer, she wrote...
In a competitive situation, Foxhas given a put pilot commitment to Diversity Hire, a provocative single-camera workplace comedy from the Empire duo of Cameron Johnsonand Felicia D. Henderson, producer Darryl Taja(The Perfect Guy) and Empire studio 20th Century Fox TV, where Henderson is under an overall deal.