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|Date of birth :||July 2, 1959|
|Birth Country:||United States|
Jerelyn Fields, better known as Jere Fields, is an American former actress who was dynamic in the business in the middle of 1972 and 1989.
Born in Onslow County, North Carolina, the United States of America on July 2, 1959, Jerelyn started her career as a child artist on few iconic television programs including Gunsmoke and The Brady Bunch. She attended Saddleback High School in Santa Ana, California.
She appeared on the Curiosity Shop, the children’s education TV show in 1971/72. She has also given her voice for the animated series Kid Superpower Hour with Shazam, Scooby, and Scrappy-Doo. She had likewise appeared in several Rick James’ videos.
She was born in such a family, where her father and mother both were actors. Her mother, Chip Fields was a prominent director, actress, and singer who worked on the popular program “Good times”. Having both father and mother from the acting foundation, it was anything but difficult for Jerelyn to pursue acting at an early age. Other than folks' bolster, her diligent work and devotion additionally paid her well.
Being active in the industry since 1970, she has made appearances in numerous television series and television movies. Her tv-series works include Curiosity Shop (1971), Aesop’s Fables (1971), The Brady Bunch (1973), Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo (1979), The Kid Super Power Hour with Shazam! (1981), Hero High (1981), Chips (1982), The Facts of Life (1982), Diff’ rent Strokes (1983), The Jeffersons (1985), Friday the 13th, A New Beginning (1985) and No Complaints (1985).
She has also made appearances on other numerous television series. Moreover, she has shown up in a few recordings of Rick James.
Personality wise, she is often referred to by the words such as confident, dreamer, down to earth, hard working and dedicated. While struggling as an actress, she once didn't have enough money even to sustain her normal life. Her fans often credited her for how she never gave up her dream and neglected negative comments. Her hard work and dedication have inspired many young who have been craving to get a place in Hollywood but don’t have money.
There have been gossips about her association with Jimmie Walker, however, she has never been hitched. Individuals even trusted that they have been hitched in light of the fact that they appeared together in "Snitches" in 1974. In any case, actually, they were never a couple, were just great companions and worked accomplices. Till date, she has not signed up for any social networking sites. Jerelyn Field’s sisters Kim, Alex and Jere all are active as an actress in Hollywood.