Ernestine Johnson Morrison is a compelling actress and an electrifying, energetically bold poet. Starting her acting career in Hollywood, California Ernestine began as a featured extra on major WB network shows. She hit the Big Screen for the first time in Think Like a Man Too starring Kevin Hart. Her recent T.V credits include Queen Sugar and Ambitions on the OWN network, Shots Fired and 24 Legacy on the FOX network and Broad City on Comedy Central. Ernestine is also infamous in the spoken word world for being uncensored, raw and untamed on the mic speaking on social issues and being a voice for women.
Her original spoken word piece “Average Black Girl” performed live on The Arsenio Hall Show, broke the internet with over 40 million views. She followed up with “Red Bottoms” that also took the internet by storm. Aside from her flourishing entertainment career, Ernestine is also an advocate for entrepreneurship, serving as the co- founder of The Legacy Center and CEO of Green Lit ATL. Continuing her journey, Ernestine resides in Atlanta, Georgia relentlessly cultivating her career and changing the world one word at a time.