Kidjie Boyer (she/her) is a first-generation-born Haitian American actress and writer from Miami, FL, and based in Chicago. She graduated with a BFA in Acting from the Theatre School at DePaul University with a minor in Business. She has been featured in a national commercial campaign for Ripple Milk, along with other commercials including Ohio Lottery, Wisconsin Lottery, Think protein bar, and Andre Champagne. She has also starred in a few short films including Hominidae which was an official selection at Sundance Film Festival. As a writer, Kidjie completed her first poetry short film, Raise, in Spring 2021 which was a nominee for DePaul University's 2022 Premiere Film Festival and currently is developing a limited series. Kidjie has a deep interest in stories that center Black women, WOC, and marginalized communities however she’s open to different perspectives and experiences.
Kidjie has a deep interest in mental health, wellness, traveling, history, financial literacy, animation, learning new things, and anything pertaining to the African diaspora. She is a student to life, an active participant in social change, and an ally working towards being an accomplice to marginalized communities. Kidjie will make a successful career in writing, acting on camera, and voiceover work. In addition to that, interweaving other things into her life such as: learning a few languages, reading lots of books, creating content, leading with love, and making impactful connections with great human beings. She is currently represented by Paonessa Talent Agency.