Porscha Coleman

born July 12th, is an american actress, singer, dancer, and television host.  Porscha  attended Millikan Middle School Performing Arts Magnet in Sherman Oaks, California, and Hollywood High School Performing Arts Magnet in Hollywood, California.  


As an actress, Porscha has made guest and recurring appearances on TV shows such as New Girl, The League, The Parkers, 7th Heaven, My Wife and Kids, Boston Public and more.  In 2004,  Coleman appeared in a comedy sketch alongside Andy Dick which aired during the Teen Choice Awards.   Later that year, she appeared as Rachel in The Disney Channel Original Movie, Pixel Perfect and Woman Thou Art Loosed, alongside Loretta Devine and Kimberly Elise.  In 2007, Porscha was able to show her comedic skills when she cast as one of two girls on Season 4 of the hit MTV sketch comedy show, Wild 'n Out, starring Nick Cannon.  


In 2009, Porscha appeared as the fiesty dancer Keisha in the comedy film, Janky Promoters, alongside Mike Epps and Ice Cube.  In 2010, 2011, and 2012, she starred on shows such as The League, The Closer, and New Girl.  She's a very familiar face, appearing in commercial advertisements for KBG, Boost Mobile, Smart Car, Panda Exrpess, and Toyota.   In 2013, Porscha guest starred on the FUSE show, The Hustle and in 2014, the HBO show, Silicon Valley.

TV Host/Personality

In December 2009, Porscha was a host on the show BET: Notarized. In February 2010, she interviewed sports figures Carmelo Anthony, Amar'e Stoudemire, LeBron James, and Brandon Roy, as well as rappers Aubrey Drake Graham and Pitbull (rapper) at the 2010 NBA All-Star Weekend held in Arlington, Texas. The footage aired on Black Entertainment Television's 106 & Park.


Porscha also hosted Black Entertainment Television's, Spring Bling: Get to Steppin' 1  and Spring Bling: Get to Steppin' 2 where the best fraternities and sororities battle in a step show competition, in hopes of winning the top prize. Both episodes aired in April 2010 from Daytona Beach, Florida. In October 2010, Coleman appeared as a guest celebrity correspondent on the Maury (TV series), introducing shocking clips with host, Maury Povich. In December 2010, she was a host on the show BET: Notarized. In 2012 and 2013, she appeared as a celebrity hostess on The BET Awards, Soul Train Awards, NBC'S The Winner Is and more.

Recording Artist


In 2001, she appeared on the Great Pretenders, a television music Game Show on Fox Family, hosted by former pop trio Wild Orchid. Contestants sing and dance to their favorite songs and are judged by a live studio audience, for the chance to win various prizes. Coleman won singing Jennifer Lopez's, Waiting for Tonight. In 2007, she appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, singing with Tyga.


In 2008, Coleman appeared as a singer on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno performing with Gym Class Heroes.  Her single "Take It," features Academy Award-winning rap group, Three 6 Mafia. The music video debuted as New Joint of the Day on Black Entertainment Television's, 106 & Park. Porscha is currently in the studio and is set to release new material  and music videos in 2014.


Coleman has danced on the Soul Train Awards, and four times on the BET Awards with artists such as 50 Cent, Diddy, and TI.  She has also performed on The American Music Awards in 2004 with Kanye West. In 2007 and 2008, she appeared as a lead dancer in sketches for the late night show, Jimmy Kimmel Live! In 2008, she choreographed and danced in the music video, Lolli Lolli (Pop That Body), for Academy Award-winning rap group, Three 6 Mafia. In 2010, Coleman appeared twice on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno in various comedic sketches.  Throughout the years, she appeared as a lead dancer in hit music videos for acts such as Three 6 Mafia, 50 Cent, Nelly, Faith Evans, and more.


Porscha appeared as a love interest of Travis McCoy in the music video for the hit single, Cupid's Chokehold, performed by Gym Class Heroes featuring Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy.  She also appeared in the Coconut Juice music video performed by Tyga, as girlfriend of Gym Class Heroes frontman, Travis McCoy. In 2010, she had a starring role in Keri Hilson music video, Got Your Back featuring TI.


In 2015, she stars as the leading lady in Nickelback's "She Keeps Me Up" music video and is featured on the mega screen during their "No Fixed Address" Tour.

Actress . Host . Singer . Dancer

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