Shireen Crutchfield

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Shireen Crutchfield
Shireen Elaine Crutchfield

(1970-12-29) December 29, 1970 (age 48)
EducationSt. Bernard High School
OccupationActress, Singer
Years active1988-present
Spouse(s)Davis Henry (m. 2001; div. 2005)

Shireen Elaine Crutchfield (born December 29, 1970 in Cambridge, Massachusetts) is an American actress and singer.[1] best known as the lead singer of the R&B trio The Good Girls from 1989–Present. Crutchfield is also known for her acting roles as Jace on the series Dark Angel and the movie Hot Boyz.


Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, she was raised in Los Angeles where she graduated from St. Bernard High School in 1988. She became the lead singer of the R&B group The Good Girls from the late 1980s through the early 1990s, she modeled for Nous Models in Los Angeles. She has made guest appearances on shows such as The Steve Harvey Show and The Jamie Foxx Show, she has been seen in a campaign for Ford vehicles. She has two children with actor Davis Henry, to whom she was married from 2001 to 2005.



Year Title Role Notes
1994 House Party 3 Shireen
1999 The Breaks Girl In The Car
1999 Judgment Day Rachael Payne Video
1999 Hot Boyz LaShawna Ferrell Video
2002 Love and a Bullet Hylene
2017 Illicit Sasha Curtis


Year Title Role Notes
1990 Soul Train Guest "The Good Girls"
1996 Seinfeld Model #2 "The Bizarro Jerry"
1998 3rd Rock from the Sun Kirsta "36! 24! 36! Dick!: Part 1"
1998 Malcolm & Eddie Mira "Kansas City Split"
1998 Love Boat: The Next Wave Deena "All Aboard"
1999 In the House Carmen "Guest Dad", "Out of the House"
2000 18 Wheels of Justice Michelle Haybrook "The Fire Next Time"
2000 The Jamie Foxx Show Kimberly "Candy Girl"
2001 The Steve Harvey Show Lela "Me, Me and Miss Jones"
2001 Dark Angel Jace "Female Trouble"
2005 Commander in Chief Staffer #2 "Pilot"
2007–08, 2017–18 The Bold and the Beautiful Forrester Model Guest role (8 episodes)
2018 NCIS Jane "One Man's Trash"
2018 Hit the Floor "Beast Mode", "Number's Up"
2018 Plymouth QT Torres TV film, post-production


  1. ^ McCluskey, Audrey T. (February 2007). Frame by frame three. Indiana University Press. pp. 346–. ISBN 9780253348296. Retrieved 26 March 2012.

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