La Trycee Fowler

La Trycee Fowler, originally from Dale City, VA., graduated Cum Laude from Virginia Commonwealth University with a B.S. in Psychology and a concentration in Pre-Medicine. She then relocated to Hollywood, California and proceeded to "take Hollywood by Storm."

She created and produced and starred in a comedy series called "Reconcilable Differences," which released in June 2015; Gregg Wayans plays her brother. It was directed and co-produced by Ronnie Warner- the Executive Producer of the film "This Christmas-" staring Chris Brown & Loretta Devine. "Reconcilable Differences" is a new age "Martin" meets "Living Single."

She was the lead female actress in the inspirational and Award Winning Music Video "The Bus Stop Song," by JGivens, Directed by Francis De La Torre. Francis also directed her in a national GoDaddy Spot (which she became the face of) called "Go Momma."

La Trycee was a presenter for the 43rd NAACP Image Awards Pre-Show Telecast, is a former Los Angeles Kings Ice Crew Girl, and was the National Spokesperson for the Tuskegee Airmen Scholarship Foundation.

She is a member of SAG/AFTRA.

La Trycee created, directed, produced and starred in a Web Series, entitled "Hope," which was an Official Selection for the 2012 LA Web Festival. It won in the following categories: Outstanding Ensemble Cast & Outstanding Drama Series.

She is currently working on a short film called "Broken," set to release in 2018.

A young Actress, Model, Creator, and Producer, La Trycee Fowler continues to prove to be, "More than a Triple Threat!"