Felicia Pearson is an actress, author, and rapper. She is best known for playing a character of the same name, Felicia "Snoop" Pearson, on The Wire. She wrote a memoir titled Grace After Midnight detailing her troubled childhood and time spent in prison for second degree murder.
She has appeared in films such as Dermaphoria (2014), Da Sweet Blood of Jesus (2014), and Chi-Raq (2015). Pearson was featured in the song "It's A Stick Up" with Tony Yayo and Mazaradi Fox and has the only speaking part in Snoop Dogg’s "So Many Pros."
She has appeared in videos of R&B singer Lil' Mo's "Dem Boyz," rapper Rick Ross' "The Boss," "Here I Am," as well as "Cash Flow" by rapper Ace Hood and "Shabba (feat ASAP Rocky)" by A$AP Ferg.
Pearson has volunteered as a prison visitor and worked on anti-violence and literary campaigns for youth, and supports The Stay Strong Foundation.