Kim Fields is Now a 53-Year-Old Mom Who Gave Birth to Her Baby Boy When She Was 44

Kim Fields

Kim Fields began her career as an actress at the age of five and is best known for her roles as Dorothy "Tootie" Ramsey on the 1980s NBC sitcom, The Facts of Life, and as Regine Hunter on the 1990s Fox sitcom, Living Single. She made headlines in 2013 when she became pregnant at 44 years old and gave birth to a healthy baby boy.

That means that she and her husband, have two beautiful sons - Sebastian Alexander, her eldest, and Quincy Xavier, her youngest, who would now be about 8 years old.

Kim was born in Harlem, New York, but her family moved to Southern California where she attended Burbank High School. After nine seasons on The Facts of Life, she went on to study communications and film at Pepperdine University. She graduated in 1990.

As a child, she had her first gig in a Mrs. Butterworth commercial, and later she starred as the young daughter in the short-lived series Baby I'm Back.

Over time, she became more than just an actress. She took on the role of director and even launched her own production company, Victory Entertainment, which specializes in television, film, and theater.

In 1994, she received an NAACP Image Award for Best Director for bringing Vanities to the stage in Los Angeles, and the following year, she received another NAACP Image Award for best actress in the stageplay Fight the Good Fight.

She is married to Christopher Morgan, her husband with whom she has worked on different projects such as the 2011 Christmas television special called Holiday Love.

Currently, Kim can be seen in the Netflix series, The Upshaws alongside comedian Mike Epps.