C. C. H. Pounder: Height, Weight, Net Worth, Wiki, and More

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C. C. H. Pounder has a radiantly shaped body. Below are all her body measurements, including height, weight, shoe size, dress size, bra size, and more!

CCH Pounder is an American actress who has a net worth of $6 million. Originally born in British Guiana, Pounder has appeared in a wide range of projects over the years. These include plays, films, TV shows, and much more. Fans may recognize her for portraying Dr. Angela Hicks in the series “ER” from 1994 to 1997. She also landed a recurring role in “The Shield” from 2002 to 2018. Her other notable roles came with shows like “Warehouse 13,” “NCIS: New Orleans,” and “Sons of Anarchy.”

CCH Pounder is a married woman and got married to her Senegalese husband named Boubacar Kone, in 1991. The couple had been happily married until he passed on 3 August 2016. The couple has been blessed with three children named Libya, Nicole, and Mathew Kone. Pounder is a deep lover of art, and the love for art has reflected her not less than 500-piece big own art compilation.

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Height:5 Feet 6 Inches (169 cm)
Weight:190 lbs (86 kg)
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Net Worth:$6 Million


The thing about being black and having a different accent, in the beginning, is that it makes you foreign.

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I’ve got a general callout with the Caribbean world in which I’m interested in helping in any way to get their well-written good stories out to the rest of the world. I am really interested in helping those stories get to a completion and public viewing.

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With acting, I started very young, and I’d performed for a lot of children in boarding schools, late at night after the dormitory lights were out. I’d have a flashlight, and I’d be Count Dracula, or Shakespeare, or Yogi Bear, and leap from bunk to bunk. I loved the laughter; I liked the way it made people feel.

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Bagdad Cafe’ was a film that changed many, many people’s lives… how they saw themselves and how they looked at their life situation. I thought I made a little movie. All the mail that I get is about how it changed lives, and that’s wonderful.

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I don’t have a problem with recognition… It’s very, very rarely about who I am, it’s always, ‘I love your work.’… It’s always in relation to my work, which I think is a really lucky thing to have happen as opposed to, ‘Oh, you’re a famous personality.’

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