1. In 2001 Vanessa Williams became involved in an animated television series, Heavy Gear: The Animated Series, providing the voice of Sonja Briggs.
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3. In 2007, Vanessa Williams landed a role alongside actor and comedian Eddie Murphy in "Nowhereland", a film about an overworked executive who retreats into a fantasy world created by his young daughter.
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9. Vanessa Williams was born on May 12, 1969, in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, New York.
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13. Vanessa Williams told People that she knows some Americans will always remember the Penthouse pictures, and she knows she will have to explain them to her children some day.
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15. In 2003 Vanessa Williams signed to appear in ten episodes of NBC's police drama Boomtown.
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16. Vanessa Williams was offered roles in the mainstream, if not blockbuster, films Another You and Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man, and made appearances in the television productions Stompin' at the Savoy and The Jacksons: An American Dream.
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17. Vanessa Williams supported the effort by appearing in high-energy music videos and touring the United States and Europe.
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20. Vanessa Williams told a People correspondent that she knows some Americans will always remember the Penthouse pictures, and she knows she will have to explain them to her children some day.
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21. Vanessa Williams helped to make the work a hit by appearing in high-energy music videos and by touring the United States and Europe for live shows.
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24. Vanessa Williams was born on March 18, 1963, in the Bronx, New York.
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36. Vanessa Williams is a spokesmodel for Proactiv Solution, and was the first African-American spokesmodel for L'Oreal cosmetics in the 1990s.
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37. In 2010, Vanessa Williams starred in a new Broadway musical revue entitled Sondheim on Sondheim, a look at Stephen Sondheim through his music, film and videotaped interviews.
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39. Vanessa Williams was pressured to relinquish her title, and was succeeded by the first runner-up, Miss New Jersey 1983, Suzette Charles.
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