Felicia is a rap singer.
Felicia was suspended from school twice, both times for fighting.
Felicia foster parents names are Levi and Cora Pearson.
Both of Felicia's biological parents are dead.
Felicia is a former drug dealer.
Felicia hates people who are only interested in material things and that don't value friendship.
Felicia is adopted, although she doesn't speak about her foster parents.
Felicia is a good friend of actor Michael K. Williams, both met in a Baltimore club.
Felicia got her role in The Wire when one day she went to know the studio thanks to an invitation of Michael K. Williams.
Felicia was part in rapper Tony Yayo, The Wire music video "It's a Stick Up".
Felicia finished school while she was serving her sentence in prison.
Felicia was released from prison in the year 2000.
Felicia worked as a Bumper Sticker artist, but she was fired as soon her employee found that she had a prison record.
When Felicia was 14 years old, she was sentenced to serve 8 years in prison for second degree murder.
When Felicia was born she weighted 3lbs; and because of that, the doctors had to feed her with an eyedropper to avoid her dying of hunger.
Felicia is openly lesbian.
Felicia was nicknamed "Snoop" by a drug dealer named "Uncle Loney", because he said she looked like Snoopy the beagle from Charlie Brown cartoons.
Felicia Pearson (Talking about the producers of the show The Wire): They saved my life.