Television and Streaming Shows and Series

Shows and Series

  1. Sesame Street (1974)
  2. Good Times (1970s)
  3. Baby, I’m Back (1978): co-star as “Angie Ellis”
    Baby I'm Back TV Guide advertisement
  4. The Facts of Life (1979-1988): co-star as Dorothy “Tootie” Ramsey

  5. Diff’rent Strokes (1970s) : Guest appearance (link includes picture from that show)
  6. Hollywood Squares (1984): “Teen dream special from 1984 including Glenn Scarpelli, Missy Gold, et al.–hilarious blooper in fast money round!”
  7. Battle of the Network Stars (1984)
  8.   Body Language (1986): Teen week with Justine Bateman (April 8-13) and Teen Month with Todd Bridges (July 29-Aug 2)
  9. Hollywood Squares (1987): Including Zsa Zsa Gabor.
  10. The Dick Clark Show (1980s)
  11. Fresh Prince of Bel Air (1993, #3.17): played Monique in “The Best Laid Plans”
  12. Martin (Nov 19, 1992 – Season #1, Episode #13) : “Monica Hurd”.  Martin finds himself falling for Monica, a new talk show host at his radio station. Buy the episode from Amazon
    . Click below to get the entire Season #1 DVD.

  13. The Golden Palace (1992): played Trisha
  14. Roc (1993): played Ruth
  15. Living Single (1993-1998): “Regine Hunter”, Fox TV. Directed a show first airing on April 4, 1996.
  16. 227 (1988): played Donna Dalton, the impressionable daughter of the lead male character’s (Lester Jenkins) friends.
  17. Bloopers and Practical Jokes (?): Pied in the face!
  18. C-Bear and Jamal (1996): Cartoon, voice of Maya
  19. SUMMIT 96 (Feb 21, 1996): Guest (Discussion about the importance of young, Black role models)
  20. To My Sisters: A Gift for Life (April, 1996): Guest appearance (one of the first breast cancer awareness television programs specifically designed for African-American women). No longer available at as of 7/16/17.
  21. Kenan & Kel (1997): director (season #2), Nickelodeon variety show (Saturdays, 8pm, EST); guest appearance as Kenan’s school teacher. 
  22. Bringin’ In The Holidays With BeBe Winans & Friends (Nov 27-Dec 24th, 1997): Special Co-Host
  23. Hollywood Squares (1998): Kim appeared from Oct 5th to 9th. 
  24. Child Stars: Their Story (9/4/2000): Kim interviewed on A&E.
  25.   Who Wants to Be A Millionaire Special Edition (3/20/2001?) – link no longer available on as of 7/16/17.
  26. Drew Carey Show (3/28/01): special guest. Link no longer available on as of 7/16/17.
  27. Interview on WMAQ in Chicago (7/13/01): About “The Vagina Monologues”.
  28. Intimate Portrait: Kim Fields, Lifetime Channel (8/20/01, 7pm Eastern). Featured a great bio. It also re-aired on Feb 11, 2002 for Black History Month.
  29. A&E Biography (10/10/01).
  30. The Facts of Life Reunion, ABC (11/18/01).
  31. The Jersey, Disney Channel (2002?); director.
  32. Star Dates, E! (Kim premiered on Jan 5, 2003 at 10:30pm {time zone not given}. The show itself premiered Dec 15, 2002.   Click here to get a recap of the episode from the folks at “Fans of Reality TV.”
  33. Cedric the Entertainer, Fox Television (02/05/03)
  34. Passions, NBC (2003): coach for Tom Joyner’s special appearance on the soap opera
  35. Read poem on BET’s Lyric Cafe (March 21, 2003 – 11:30 EST)
  36. Performed with Impromp2 on Soul Train (May 10, 2003)
  37. The Residents of Washington Heights (was supposed to air starting June, 2003 – looks like it was never picked up by any networks)
  38. One on One (May 4, 2004): guest appearance as Ms. Swain – espisode # 3.20, “No More Wire Hangers”
  39. The Division (June 28, 2004): guest appearance on the finale as Francis Ogden, a principal of a SF Bay Area high school. Aired on Lifetime Television, 8-10pm..
    Article no longer on as of 7/16/17.
  40. NickAtNite / TVLand Black History month shorts: Feb, 2005 (Spoken Word, Producer, Director)
  41. The Comeback on HBO (June 5, 2005): guest appearance. Article that mentions her role no longer available on as of 7/16/17.
  42. VH1’s Greatest Kid Stars (40-21) (June 19, 2005): Kim appears as #23.
  43. Bow on the WB (premiered Sept 1, 2005): guest star.
  44. A Royal Birthday on BET (October, 2006): director, writer, producer.
  45. Najee: Sax In South Africa (Dec 24, 2006) on BETJ: producer and director.
  46. Jade Hicks (in progress as of Dec, 2006): writer, star.
  47. Appeared on BET’s Black History Month in the showing of the “History Makers: Faith” – airing Sunday, February 17, 2008
  48. The Cleaner (October, 2008: Season 1, Episode 13) on A&E
  49. The Kim Fields Biography on the Biography Channel (Tuesday, August 04 @ 9 am ET and Friday, August 07 @ 4 am ET) – As of April, 2012 showing on Hulu, click here.
  50. Tyler Perry’s House of Payne: Director (For example, see Nov 4, Season 4, first two episodes)

  51. Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns: Director since 2009. (For example, see Nov 4, Season 2, episode 2 ““Meet the Two Left Feet”)
  52. “Let’s Stay Together” – director of some episodes (2010)
  53. BET is looking for the best and brightest filmmakers of the new generation in LENS ON TALENT™: A JOHNSON & JOHNSON FILMMAKER’S CHALLENGE. LENS ON TALENT™: A JOHNSON & JOHNSON FILMAKER’S CHALLENGE is a 30 minute short film showcase featuring the best short films from emerging African American talent hosted by actress and award-winning director Kim Fields. (On BET).
  54. Kim signs a deal to produce, direct, act in or write for the Gospel Music Channel (September, 2010). Article no longer available on as of 7/16/17.
  55. Directing (and writing?) “Holiday Love”: December 24, 2010. Aired again on TV One, December 25, 2011.
  56. A Cross to Bear on the GMC Network: February 19, 2012
  57. Holiday Love Re-Imagined: December 16, 2012 to January 1, 2013. Different showtimes depending on the city. Click here for the trailer.

Kim joins the cast of Battle of the Network Stars!
Kim joins the cast of Battle of the Network Stars!
  • Living the Dream. A six-part comedy drama that follows a British family, the Pembertons – who decide it’s time to leave rainy England and move to the sunshine state of Florida. Kim plays their larger-than-life neighbor Rhoda. The show is on Sky 1 and online streaming service Now TV. International rights represented by ITV Studios Global Entertainment and WME. Press release saved here from May 22, 2017.

  • Kim with cast members from UK comedy drama "Living the Dream"
    Kim with cast members from UK comedy drama “Living the Dream”

    Source: Twitter

  • The NINETIES – A CNN Originals that included Kim Fields (July 9, 2017)
  • Kim appeared in “Wrapped Up in Christmas” which premiered on Lifetime TV on November 25, 2017.
  • Kim Fields played guest host again on Dish Nation (December 27, 2017)
  • Celebrity Family Feud (August 26, 2018) on ABC. Kim, Christopher, Alexis, Ophelia, and Chip battle Vanilla Ice and his family.

  • Kim Fields played Celine, an angel. Of course. In “Merry Wishmas” on TV One, December 2, 2018.

  • Kim directed for “Young Dylan“, a kid’s show on Nickelodeon in early 2020 (5 episodes)

    Vicious, UrbanflixTV, Director and Executive Producer, 2021

    All the Queen’s Men, BET, Director, 2021