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, and 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 Media for Social Change at DePaul University's 2022 Premiere Film Festival. Kidjie has a deep interest in stories that center Black women, WOC, and marginalized communities. 


Kidjie's other interests include mental health, wellness, traveling, history, financial literacy, cartoons, learning new things, and anything pertaining to the African diaspora. She is a student to life and an active participant in social change. 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. 


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