DTS Magazine

The King’s Family



Naima Imani Lett
Naima is a professional actor, writer, and speaker. She has performed several solo dramas, including her signature play Shattered Silhouettes,
in theaters, universities, conferences, and houses of worship
nationwide in addition to speaking and teaching. For several years she
was an artist for Fellowship for the Performing Arts, a dynamic
ministry founded by Max McLean to present the Bible through the
performing arts.

Naima received her Bachelor of Fine Arts as a top graduate of Howard
University’s Theatre department, continued her theatrical career at the
Tony Award-winning Crossroads Theatre, and studied classical theater
with the British-American Drama Academy in Oxford, England. She is the
first graduate with a master’s degree in media and communications
(MA/MC, 2005) from Dallas Theological Seminary. Naima is married to the
love of her life, Kevin, and they make their home in the Dallas
metropolitan area.

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