Redefining what it means to be a Working Artist
An artist who is not fueled by passion and their love for the craft, is an artist with no permanency in the entertainment industry. Tina Fears is redefining what it means to be a working artist. Whether she’s ready to roll in her featured commercials with FORD motor company, celebrating the holidays in WALMART ads, or taking flight with DELTA airlines, make no mistake – Tina Fears is a student of arts & entertainment, first and foremost. Queen of the reinvent, Tina’s theatre work has allowed her to live out some of her childhood dreams stepping into roles like “Michelle” in DREAMGIRLS.
Her vivacious and sultry zest for life led her to dancing it up as “Yolanda” IN THE HEIGHTS, at the Aurora Theatre, while her boldness and ferocity helped her embody Nina Simone as “Simone #3” in SIMPLY SIMONE at the Theatrical Outfit; both productions of which she also served as dance captain.
The Next Generation
Not only is Tina Fears always booked and blessed, she pays it forward and provides avenues for the next generation of artists.
The urge to provide platforms for new talent is what led Tina to create and produce the sold-out show:
QUEEN: ARETHA AT THE AURORA, which celebrated the life of the legend, Aretha Franklin.
Industry Strong and Respected
Tina Fears is a tastemaker, a risk-taker, and an immaculate storyteller. In fact, her contributions as a storyteller can now be heard as she voices “Mrs. Kivel”, the first African-American, animated, female character in the CISCO-animated web-series: GLOBAL PROBLEM SOLVERS.
Tina has also found success in the music industry, providing vocal arrangement and background for “Walking on Water” off Lecrae’s, Grammy-nominated album, “Rehab”. Even, Gospel stars, Deitrick Haddon, and Michelle Williams, of Destiny’s Child fame, have leaned on Tina’s vocal skills for their live shows. A luminary like Tina will forever have a place in the world of entertainment.
Unparalleled Depth of Talent
Aside from her impeccable artistry and unparalleled depth of talent, Tina is humble; never boastful. Tina is an unapologetic child of God; that’s what keeps the work flowing in her direction. Mrs. Fears continues to cement her signature stamp in a lane usually reserved for those without attachment to a family life. While she keeps her personal life private, she is not secretive about how much she loves being a wife and a mom. It is that same honesty and sincerity that resonates in her print, television, voice, and stage work. This is just an introduction
to the titanic talent that is Tina Fears.
Tina Fears is redefining what is means to be a working artist.