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Iconic GIRL To Know: Antonique Smith

In Iconic GIRLS on December 22, 2011 at 4:00 pm
Incredibly gifted actor, singer, writer, Antonique Smith first garnered attention in her buzz worthy leading role in “RENT” on Broadway as Mimi Marquez, where director Michael Greif is quoted as saying Antonique “made the whole show better”. Antonique is now most famous for her starring role of Faith Evans in “Notorious”, where she received rave reviews and was praised by critics, including Jeffery Lyons who called her “one to watch”.


Antonique recently finished post production on an edgy independent film that is among the most anticipated films of 2010, entitled “Yelling To The Sky”, playing the starring role of Ola O’Hara.



She also just completed  a role of CIA agent, Sandra Burns,  in the star studded action movie “Abduction”, opposite Taylor Lautner and Alfred Molina, which hit theaters this past September.

Antonique has also guest starred on television shows such as “Law & Order”, and HBO’s “Bored To Death”, had a recurring role on “100 Centre Street” and a had a role in the Golden Globe nominated Julie Taymore film “Across The Universe” which is where she says she was “bitten by the film bug”.

Heralded as “an amazing actress with a great career ahead of her,” by the legendary Sidney Lumet, Antonique is following the career path of Barbra Streisand and Diana Ross; pursuing a career in film while also continuing to make her dream of a Grammy-winning recording career into the most amazing of realities. Her career is in its early stages and for those that follow her, it will be a unique opportunity to view a shining star on the rise.



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