Actress Kimberly Elise, 56, is officially off the market. Last month, Media Take Out learned that she married her longtime love – business executive George Mcrary. The wedding was small, but elegant and fabulous.
So who is George? Well he’s a handsome and smart man – who has committed his life to helping children.
George is the executive vice president for People and Culture for the YMCA of the North, a leading nonprofit dedicated to strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.
He’s also a Christian man who was introduced to the gorgeous actress in church. We really wish them the best.
Kimberly wrote of their love story:
I’m so joyful to share wonderful news with you. After being introduced by our pastor last winter, a beautiful courtship, falling in love, and lots of prayer, we became engaged.
Then, on August 19, 2023, we were blessed to become husband and wife. We made a covenant of holy matrimony before our closest friends, family, and most importantly before God. The Lord has blessed us with each other, and we are so excited to bring Him glory in our life together.
It’s so amazing because we were both quietly living our individual lives and in obedience to God with no idea that love was around the corner After we met, we soon knew God’s hand of providence brought us to one another.
One never knows the plans YHWH has for our lives, but without a doubt, His are always the best plans! All glory to God! Love, Mr. and Mrs. George E. and Kimberly Elise McCrary
Kimberly is an American film and television actress. She made her feature film debut in Set It Off (1996), and later received critical acclaim for her performance in Beloved (1998).
During her career, Elise has appeared in films such as John Q. (2002), The Manchurian Candidate (2004), Diary of a Mad Black Woman (2005), The Great Debaters (2007), For Colored Girls (2010), Dope (2015), Almost Christmas (2016), Death Wish (2018), and Ad Astra (2019).
She received a nomination for Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead for her performance in the 2004 drama film, Woman Thou Art Loosed, and played the leading roles in a number of made for television movies. Elise also starred in the CBS crime drama series, Close to Home (2005–07), and in 2013 began starring in the VH1 comedy-drama series, Hit the Floor. She is a four-time NAACP Image Awards winner.
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