Dee Freeman

Sunday, March 31st, 3pm—“Looking Back”
Poison Gun
A six-year-old is placed in the impossible position of telling what she knows about her grandfather’s secret to the authorities.

Dee Freeman was a Sergeant in the United States Marine Corps. She lived in Japan for six years, working at an all-Japanese radio station FM Aomori. Dee has spent the last 20 years acting in television, film, and theater. She spent three years at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D. C., and has been nominated twice for the NAACP Image Award for The Last Street Play (opposite Paula Jai Parker) and Homegirl.

Her short film, The Great Snake Escape, which she wrote, produced, and starred in with her daughter, Amber, was a finalist at the Chicago Int’l Children’s Film Festival.