Nia Peeples

Other names of Nia Peeples: Virenia Gwendolyn Peeples
Birthday: 10-12-1961
Age: 57
Star sign: Capricorn

Born on December 10, 1961, in California, U.S, Virenia Gwendolyn Peeples is an American move music vocalist, on-screen character and R&B. She is the daughter of Robert Eugene Peeples and Elizabeth Joan, a flamenco artist and brought up in West Covina. Her maternal grandparents were settlers from the Philippines and were of German, Filipino, French and Spanish descent.

Her dad, who was initially from Mississippi, was of Italian, Scots-Irish, Native American and English ancestry. Peeples went to UCLA amid which time she executed as Liberace's opening demonstration on weekends in Las Vegas. Peeples began her vocation as a member of the dancing group named The Young Americans. In 1988, she hit first on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play graph with "Trouble," which moved to 35 on the Billboard Hot 100. Her best pop single titled "Street Of Dreams" hit 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 out of 1991.

She created a music video for "All You Can Dream" in 1986 conceptualized by Keith Williams and coordinated by Alan Bloom, for the motivations behind advancing the estimations of UCLA. She showed up in the video by Prince for "Raspberry Beret." On 4 February of 2009, Peeples gave Debbie Allen a Lifetime Achievement Award at The Carnival: Choreographer's Ball tenth commemoration program. Peeples debuted in acting with TV film 'A Single Light' in which she showed up as a deaf young lady in 1981.

She at that point featured in the dramatization 'General Hospital' in 1983. That year, she got a role as Nicole Chapman in the arrangement 'Fame.' After this, she did the flick named 'North Shore' by William Phelps in 1987. In 1989, the performer cast in the motion picture 'DeepStar Six' and additionally in the TV film 'Nasty Boys'. After four years, she performed in the miniseries 'Return to Lonesome Dove'. She worked asDr. Elizabeth English in the TV motion picture 'Mr. Stitch' in 1995.

At that point in the wake of showing up in the TV film 'Tower of Terror' and 'Odd Jobs,' Peeples assumed the part of Sydney Cooke in the dramatization show 'Walker, Texas Ranger.' In 2002, she worked in the movie 'Half Past Dead.' After two years, she did the cameo in the motion picture ' The Division' and 'Andromeda' separately. Peeples hails in Malibu, California and has one child Christopher from ex-spouse Howard Hewett and one little girl Sienna from ex Lauro Chartrand.

They highlighted on July 7, 2013, scene of Celebrity Wife Swap, in which Peeples exchanged spots with artist Tiffany. She works a web-based association called Elements of Life, which advances fitness, emotional wellbeing, Inspiration, and Healthy lifestyle changes. She worked with business mentor Amy Applebaum on its progress. On 11 August of 2015, Peeples petitioned for the divorce from her surfer spouse Sam George. She documented in Los Angeles County, 20 days before the couple's eighth wedding commemoration.


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