Meet Cleo

I just finished shooting in Vancouver, Season 2 of Lemony Snickets, A Series Of Unfortunate Events, directed by Barry Sonnenfeld…on Netflix and we are already picked up for Season 3, with Neil Patrick Harris and also just finished Season 2 of Dream Corp. LLC on Cartoon Network, produced my Jon Krasinski.

I am also in a new ABC Series produced by Viola Davis, called Koko America. You can go online and see the episodes now!!!

Cleo has produced a song by PATRICK OUTLAW called “Let Him Run”. It’s all about SAVING LIVES!!!

Also Jan 13th Cleo had a new horror film released called, The Bye Bye Man, dir. Stacy Title.  That we shot in Cleveland Ohio.

Also she is on a new series Dream Corp LLC. that just finished their 1st season on Cartooon Network, dir. Daniel Stessen…..produced by John Krasinski….and we are now picked up for our second season.’

She has a new radio series coming out with Laurence Fishbourne and Larenz Tate and the Tate Brothers…that will be released in Jan. 2017. Bronzeville.

Cleo King remarkably transforms from vivacious diva to the wise-cracking “Nana” on the hit CBS television sitcom, Mike & Molly.  Viewers can also catch Cleo in the TV Land sitcom, Jennifer Falls with J Pressley.

Cleo in Transformers 4 with Mark Wahlberg, Dir. Michael Bay.  Exec Producer Steven Spielberg. “Big Leaf” with Russell Simmons and “Just Before I Go” directed by Courteney Cox.  She has appeared alongside some of Tinsel Town’s greatest stars with all-around standout performances as “TSA Supervisor Daisy Bell” in “Vanlentine’s Day” with Ashton Kutcher, Officer Garden in the Hangover, the boss of Kate Winslet in The Life of David Gale, Jamie Foxx’s sister in Dream Girls; Dogville with Nicole Kidman and Pineapple Express with Seth Rogan. Cleo can also be remembered from the small screen as “Aunt Lou” in Deadwood, “Helene Parks” in Boston Public and can be seen in encore episodes of FriendsCSI, Numbers, Monk and NCIS.

She is a multi talented performer — actor and singer — and has wowed audiences from New York to Los Angeles with her powerful and soulful singing reminiscent of the great Aretha Franklin.  She is a self-made success that took her career from church choirs in St. Louis, to the stages of New York, and then on to the screens of Hollywood.

Cleo King is a philanthropist with a special interest in the needs of children.  She is actively involved with associations such as the March of Dimes and Peas in Their Pods, an organization dedicated to helping parents find missing children.  The organization also takes pride in helping children of color survive child abuse.  Additionally, Cleo is very proud to be the national spokesperson for Penny Lane.  Their mission is to foster hopes and dreams by empowering children, youth and families to reach their highest potential.  Well-rounded, talented and grateful to always be working in an industry she loves, Cleo King is one queen worth getting to know.