Joie Lee

Joie Lee ( born June 22, 1962 in New York City as Joie Susannah Lee ) is an American actress, screenwriter and film producer.

Life and achievements

Joie Lee is a daughter of Bill Lee and sister of Spike Lee. She made her debut in a supporting role in the comedy Nola Darling (1986 ), in the Spike Lee directed. In music film Mo ' Better Blues (1990 ) by Spike Lee, she starred alongside Denzel Washington, Spike Lee and Wesley Snipes as Indigo Downes.

In the comedy Crooklyn (1994 ) she played alongside Alfre Woodard and Delroy Lindo a supporting role, besides, she was - next to her brother Cinque Lee - worked as a screenwriter and producer. In the short film Snapped (2001) had Lee as director, screenwriter and producer. In the episode of Twins Episode film Coffee and Cigarettes (2003) by Jim Jarmusch them and Cinque Lee took over the lead roles of twins. Together with Cinque Lee wrote the script of the episode Jesus Children of America the episode movie All the Invisible Children from the year 2005.

Filmography (selection)

As an actress

As a screenwriter

As a film producer