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Kim Fields Height, Weight, Age, Body Statistics

Kim Fields Quick Info
Height 5 ft
Weight 75 kg
Date of Birth May 12, 1969
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Eye Color Dark Brown

Kim Fields is an American actress and director who is best known for portraying roles such as Dorothy “Tootie” Ramsey in The Facts of Life, Regine Hunter in Living Single, Regina Upshaw in The Upshaws, Rhoda in Living the Dream, and Mecca in Uninvited Guest. She has also appeared in a variety of other TV shows and films such as The Comeback Kid, The Facts of Life Goes to Paris, The Facts of Life Reunion, What to Expect When You’re Expecting, Roots: The Next Generations, Family Feud, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Strong Medicine, Miss Match, Meet the Browns, Live in Front of a Studio Audience, and many more. As a director, she has worked on projects like 100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd, Noah Knows Best, and Raven’s Home.

Born Name

Kim Victoria Fields

Nick Name

Kimmy, The Vet, Ruth

Kim Fields in April 2011
Kim Fields in April 2011

Sun Sign


Born Place

New York City, New York, United States




Kim Fields went to Burbank High School and graduated in 1986. Later, she took time out of her acting career to get enrolled at Pepperdine University from where she graduated with a degree in communications in 1993.


Actress, director


  • Father – Erv Hurd
  • Mother – Laverne “Chip” Fields (Actress and director)
  • Siblings – Alexis Fields (Younger Sister) (Actress), Jere Fields (Younger Sister)


Kim Fields is represented by Critical Mass Management




5 ft or 152 cm


75 kg or 165.5 lbs

Boyfriend / Spouse

Kim Fields has dated –

  1. John Henton (1993) – According to reports, Kim Fields went out with actor John Henton in 1993. They had grown close while working on the TV series, Living Single.
  2. Johnathon Franklin Freeman (1995-2001) – After having dated for quite some time, Kim got married to producer Johnathon Franklin Freeman in a private ceremony in Los Angeles in July 1995. Their six-year-long marriage came to an end in 2001 when they mutually decided to pull the curtains on their relationship.
  3. Christopher Morgan (2005-Present) – Kim started going out with Broadway actor Christopher Morgan in 2005. She gave birth to their son, Sebastian Alexander Morgan in May 2007. Two months later, in July, they got married in a small and romantic wedding ceremony. In December 2013, they welcomed their second son, Quincy Morgan into the family. It was later revealed that between the birth of their two sons, she suffered miscarriage on two occasions.

Race / Ethnicity


Kim has African-American ancestry.

Hair Color

Black (Natural)

But she often dyes her hair different shades like blonde and red.

Eye Color

Dark Brown

Sexual Orientation


Distinctive Features

  • Broad smile
  • short height

Shoe Size

7 (US) or 37.5 (EU)

Brand Endorsements

Kim Fields has done endorsement work for the following brands

  • Ultra Slim Fast (1990)
  • Mrs. Butterworth’s Maple syrup (1977)

Best Known For

  • Having appeared in the role of Dorothy “Tootie” Ramsey in the NBC sitcom, The Facts of Life.
  • Playing the role of Regina Hunter in the drama sitcom, Living Single.
  • Making appearances in a couple of reality TV shows such as The Real Housewives of Atlanta and Dancing with the Stars.

First Film

In 1999, she made her theatrical film debut in the thriller movie, Uninvited Guest.

First TV Show

Kim made her first TV show appearance in the popular CBS sitcom, Baby, I’m Back, in 1978, as Angie Ellis.

Kim Fields Facts

  1. She had to leave the reality show The Real Housewives of Atlanta, due to the constant clashes between her and fellow cast member Kenya Moore, in the eighth season of the show. She later claimed that it was her decision to leave the show.
  2. To land a role in Mrs. Butterworth’s syrup TV commercial, she managed to overcome competition from popular singer Janet Jackson.
  3. When she was seven years old, Kim and her mother decided to move to Los Angeles to help her pursue a career in the show business industry.
  4. When she got her breakthrough role in the TV sitcom The Facts of Life, she was just nine years old.
  5. She was voted as the ‘most talented’ by her classmates, in her senior year at high school.
  6. She has established her own production company, Victory Entertainment.
  7. In 1999, she was placed under arrest for having participated in the protest organized after the shooting of a black woman in Riverside, California.
  8. In 2005, she was placed in the #23 spot by VH1 in the list featuring 100 Greatest Kid Stars.
  9. Her real-life breast surgery was written into the script of the comedy TV series, Living Single.

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