Multi Talented Sweetie Sherrie is Today’s Honoree

SweetieSweetie Sherrié is a professional, progressive woman with intellect, and astonishing accomplishments. This multi-ethnic, talented actor, named after her grandmother Arlene Sweetie, has proven herself to be a Triple Threat.  Actor/ Producer/ Philanthropist Working at Miami based record label, Slip.N.Slide Records for six years, she wanted change and went after her passion to act.  Traveling to the West Coast, she now has films, several guest star appearances on major networks, numerous commercials, and producing documentaries & shows under her belt.

Sweetie Sherrié also graced the pages of several top publications. Spotted in national commercials like; T-Mobile, Oil of Olay, Bud Light and currently running Sprint. She recently wrapped on “Mailman”, a film in Post Production with Percy Miller & Tony Cox, where she plays one of her most challenging roles… a drug addict named, Linda Bush.

On the rise, with a growing resume this actor, and now producer, recently launched her own production company, NEVAEH FILMS, Heaven spelled backwards. Miss Sweetie also has another attribute to add to her amazing resume. This philanthropist is one of the co-founder of, SERVICE YOUTH DEVELOPMENT and LEARNING ORGANIZTION. The South Florida native plans to use her beauty and her mind as tools to help catapult her to greatness. Giving back to her hometown working on scholarship programs, teen pregnancy prevention, and feeding the homeless is just a few of the community programs her foundation has to offer. She also has future plans to open a center that caters to the underprivileged.

Supporting the National Eating Disorder Alliance, with Little in the Middle Clothing, Sweetie Sherrié walked in Miami & Los Angeles’s Fashion Week. She has kept herself tremendously busy, traveling between homes in Miami and Los Angeles, this young actor/producer/philanthropist has taken many steps in the right direction. She is constantly looking forward to her next challenge.

Visit Sweetie Sherrie for more information.

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