Career & Life Style
KJ Smith later moved to Los Angeles and began her acting career appearing on comedy shows, including Conan, Real Husbands of Hollywood, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Survivor's Remorse, and It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia. In 2016, she had a recurring role in the Oprah Winfrey Network drama series Queen Sugar. She later guest-starred on Being Mary Jane, Saints & Sinners, Dynasty, NCIS: Los Angeles, and Black-ish. From 2015 to 2018, Smith had a recurring role in the Bounce TV sitcom Family Time.
In July 2020, KJ Smith starred in the Netflix psychological thriller film Fatal Affair. KJ Smith's philanthropic efforts include supporting and raising awareness for Cerebral Palsy and Sickle Cell Anemia, as both causes are close to her heart, having watched loved ones battle with the respective diseases. KJ Smith is an enthusiastic supporter of the Cerebral Palsy Foundation as a nod to her father, Ernest J. Smith, who developed Cerebral Palsy his entire life. He passed in 2019. It goes without saying that Smith's strength, skill, and character embody that of a world-renown actor.