She is a professional singer and dancer.
She is a life member or Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
She can do impressions of:
Her first appearance on TV ever was in 1985 in the Miss Black America Pageant as one of the contestants.
She has one award for the WorldFest Houston:
1995- Silver Award for Theatrical Feature Films - Low Budget for One Last Time. She shared it with Bobby Mardis.
She was nominated for 2 awards in the Image Awards:
1999- Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for Cosby
1998- Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for Cosby
She is a vegetarian.
Her measurements are: 33-23-34
T'Keyah Keymáh is a graduate.
T'Keyah loves to travel when she has the time.
T'Keyah tempers her schedule with a vegan diet, gardening, reading, daily exercise, meditation and prayer.
She enjoys public speaking and directing workshops, especially for youth audiences.
She is the author of the popular, Natural Woman / Natural Hair: Hairstyles and Hairstories From the Front, with Simple Step-By-Step Instruction of Taking Care of Your Natural Hair.
As of 2006, T'Keyah is currently working on both a screenplay and a children's project.
She enriches her life with writing and charitable work.
She sang with Rafo International Combo and danced with the Bill Cody Dancers and the Najwa (West African) Dance Corps.
T'Keyah performed with companies such as Wavelength, Chocolate Chips, and Light Opera Works.
She taught theater, dance, and pantomime during and after college.
She performed with Ali LeRoi and Lance Crouther in the "Mary Wong Comedy Group" in high school and produced and directed theatrical variety shows.
In elementary school she wrote her first play and her first song.
T'Keyah entertained her family from age three singing, dancing, and reciting original poems and stories.
She played Scotti Decker, the sexy, general contractor on the ABC comedy, On Our Own.
She earned an NAACP Image Award Nomination and a Soul Train Comedy Award Nomination during her five seasons on In Living Color.
She is best known for her ubiquitous work on the Emmy Award winning comedy, In Living Color, where she won many fans with stunning impressions and an unending stream of original characters.
She is an actress, writer, producer, director, dancer, and singer.
She is a graduate of Florida A & M University (FAMU).
She is a National Merit Scholar.
She is a member of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc.
She was the first runner-up in the national Miss Black America contest.
She is Miss Black America from Illinois.
T'Keyah's height is 5'7" (1.70 m).
T'Keyah's real name is Crystal Walker.
T'Keyah Crystal Keymah won't be returning for season 4 of the series That's So Raven. She had mentioned that she has a scholarship to study international law in England during the episode of That's So Raven called "Pin Pals". She wanted to leave the show because she thought the show and her character were going nowhere. In a dispute with the producers and creators, she quit.
BS: Oh, you know I'm printing that. T'keyah, I know you are busy, so let's get right to it. Living Color; was that your big break?
TK: Yes. I was working in Chicago as what they call a gypsy. I was doing everything. Singing, dancing, modeling, acting, and to eat, I was a substitute teacher, mostly on the south side of Chicago. Living Color was my introduction into the hell that is Hollywood and the joy of my career.