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Daheli Hall Bio, Age, Height, Net Worth, MADtv, Films

Daheli Hall is an American actress, stand-up comedian, writer, and also a director. Hall is best known for her membership in the recurring cast of comedians on sketch comedy series MADtv in its 13th season.

Daheli Hall Bio

Daheli Hall is an American actress, stand-up comedian, writer, and also a director. Hall is best known for her membership in the recurring cast of comedians on sketch comedy series MADtv in its 13th season.

She was born in Gainesville, Florida, United States on June 17. However, she grew up in Miami, FL. Hall is the only child of her Jamaican father and a Haitian mother.

She attained both a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts in 1998 in the Experimental Theater Wing and also a Master of Fine Arts degree in Producing for Film and TV which she earned from the University of Southern California.

Daheli Hall Age

Hall was born on 17 June 1976, in Gainesville, Florida, United States. She is 42 years as of 2018.

Daheli Hall Height

She stands at a height of 5′ 7″ (1.70m).

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Daheli Hall Net Worth

Actress Daheli Hall has a net worth of $1.9 million which she earns from her acting, comedy, and writing career.

Daheli Hall Career

Hall is a writer, director, and also a comic actress. She is best known as a cast member on Season 13 which has 5 episodes (2008) of MADtv, and also as the zaniest cast member on BET’s prank dating show Hell Date.

Her body of work also includes various web series made under the banner www.Tickles.Tv; a documentary short film and also a  finalist in the HBO short films awards, for The Memo 2004 including Mandingo in a Box 2006.

As a comedian, Hall claims that it’s her primary vehicle for expressing herself. She describes her style as a special blend of humor and also intelligence. To her she thinks of comedy as the great diplomat as she believes people are most open when they laugh, and that’s the perfect time to get them thinking and communicating too.

A common theme in her film and stand-up comedy is the range of social issues which black people face. Hall’s first work of note, a short film known as The Memo, explores in comedic fashion the misadventures of Ted, who doesn’t get the memo that the black revolution has started.

Mandingo in a Box features a life-sized, black, male “lover doll” which supposedly constitutes the ideal man for black women. Hall created a slight creative departure as a creative producer of The Peace Process, a documentary which centers on a young man trying to set a positive example in his heavily gang-influenced community.

Hall has also lent her talents by teaching acting as a substitute instructor at the LA County High School for the Arts. There, she taught and also created a curriculum for 10th- to 12th-grade high-school students on the basic principles of improvisation.

Her first foray into teaching started in Spring 2005 being a documentary film instructor at the Zeitgeist Community Learning Center, teaching Crenshaw area, high-school students on how to shoot, direct including editing their own short documentary films.

Dahéli then continued lending her talents in the classroom where she served as a guest lecturer at several colleges and universities such as Los Angeles Valley College, Clark Atlanta including the University of Georgia, both in Atlanta.

Earlier on, she got back to New York to give a lecture at the Fieldston School or rather a College Prep Academy, about “Gender Politics in the Performing Arts”. Later in 2013 Hall was involved as a mentor at the NYUinLA Mentorship Program for a period of 8 months. She presently puts on her own comedy variety show monthly known as Dahéli Live! with episodes which can be searched on YouTube.

Daheli Hall MADtv 

Hall joined the cast of MADtv Season 13 back in the year 2008 as a featured performer. She later became the fourth African-American female cast member in the show’s history where Debra Wilson, Daniele Gaither, and Nicole Randall Johnson were the first three, although Hall has Caribbean roots. She only played roles in five episodes of Season Thirteen.

Daheli Hall films|Movies

  • The 10th Date (tv movie) (2017)
  • Angry Black Women (short) (2016)
  • I Was a Teenage Wereskunk (2016)
  • Mascots (stagehand) (2016)
  • Exchange (2016)
  • Fall Into Me (tv Series) (2016)
  • The Late Night Experiment with Motown Maurice (tv series) (2015)
  • Grace and Frankie (tv series) (2015)
  • Cain Enabled (tv series) (2015)
  • Sam & Cat (tv series) (2014)
  • Little Knockers (video short) (2013)
  • BioShock Infinite (video game) (2013)

 

  • You, Me & The Circus (2012)
  • 6Gun (short) (2011)
  • Yacht Rock (tv series short) (2010)
  • Hot Yoga (video short) (2009)
  • MADtv (tv series) (2008)
  • Mandingo in a Box (short) (2006)
  • The Memo (short) (2003)