A graduate of New York's perstigious American Academy of Dramatic Arts, upon graduation, Aloma Wright toured with Ain't Misbehavin'. Next was the touring show of The Gospel Truth with Jennifer Holiday, Tramaine Hawkins and Johnny Brown. Wright won two Drama Logue Awards, one in 1996 for her role in The Visit under the direction of Ted Lange and the other in 1997 for her work in From the Mississippi Delta. She was also nominated by the NAACP Image Awards for Best Actress in 1994 for First Breeze of Summer and again in 1997 for Four Queens no Trump.
Wright continues to work in theater amid a busy film and television schedule. She is a producer at the Stage 52 Theater in Los Angeles where shi is currently working on Jeffrey's Plan. She plans on performing a new Gus Edwards play in North Carolina during the summer of 2001 entitled Black Woman's Blues. Aloma Wright is very proud of her daughter who is a San Diego attorney and loves to spend time with her granddaughter.