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Biography #2 (for Fat Albert)

Kyla Pratt stars in UPN's One on One, and voices the role of Penny Proud in The Disney Channel's animated series, "The Proud Family.

Pratt began her career in 1995 after being cast in the Da Vinci, Time and Space interactive computer game commercial. In 1999 she was voted Favorite Rising Star at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards. By age 12, she had made almost twenty supporting television guest starring and recurring roles in Friends, Family Matters, Touched by an Angel, The Smart Guy and Moesha, among other shows.

Pratt's motion picture credits include Psalms from the Underground directed by Eric La Salle, Jackie's Back with Bette Midler and Tom Arnold, Mad City with John Travolta, Love & Basketball, Dr. Dolittle and Dr. Dolittle 2.

Pratt has been nominated for NAACP Image Awards for her roles in the Dr. Dolittle movies, as well as for her work on One on One and The Proud Family.

Bio courtesy Fox for "Fat Albert" (01-Jan-2005)

Biography #3

Kyla Pratt most recently co-starred with Eddie Murphy as his precocious young daughter in the hit comedy, Dr. Dolittle. The thirteen year old already has an enviable roster of film and television credits to her name which garnered her the 1999 Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Award for Favorite Rising Star. Pratt's film credits include roles in Mike Figgis's One Night Stand, Psalms from the Underground, Barney: The Great Adventure, Mad City and The Baby Sitters Club.

Pratt is perhaps best known for her appearances in the Nike ad campaign opposite WNBA stars Cynthia Cooper, Lisa Leslie and Sheryl Swoopes and on The Rosie O'Donnell Show. More recently, she co-starred in the Lifetime film Jackie's Back. Her other television credits include the recurring role of Brandi on the popular WB Network series The Smart Guy, as well as roles on Friends, Family Matters, ER, Sister, Sister and the Disney Channel series So Weird.

Bio courtesy New Line Cinema (01-Jan-2000)