Yvette Wilson, an actress on television in "Moesha" dies at 48

Yvette Wilson, comedian and actress best known for his work on the popular comedy of the 1990s "Moesha" and the equally popular extra income ", Parkers", died Thursday. She was 48.

The cause was cervical cancer, said her manager, Holly Carter.

Ms. Wilson, who lived in Los Angeles, where she was born in 1964, began his career as a stand-comedian. She was seen on the sketch-show "in color" and the comedy "Thea" and in films, including "Friday", "Poetic Justice" and "House Party III". She achieved her greatest fame on "Moesha", which starred singer Brandy and ran into the UPN network from 1996 to 2001.

Ms. Wilson portrayed Andell Wilkerson, owner of popular hangout Den, on "Moesha". She played the same role in the "Parkers", which ran from 1999 to 2004. In this show, the story of a mother and daughter who attend college together, Andell was the best friend of his mother, Nikki Parker, played by comedian and actress Mo'Nique.

In recent years, Ms. Wilson has worked in real estate management and record label, Ms. Carter said.

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