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She co-starred in the Chris Rock's comedy film, Head of State (2003), and Tyler Perry's Madea's Family Reunion (2006).
Whitfield also appeared in The Women (2008), The Rebound (2009) and Mama, I Want to Sing (2011), and had many roles in a low-profile B-Movies.
Whitfield made her professional screen debut in the NBC critically acclaimed serial drama, Hill Street Blues as Jill Thomas in 1981.
In 1983, she appeared in the comedy film Doctor Detroit (1983), playing the supporting role of Thelma Cleland.
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She later co-starred in films The Slugger's Wife, Silverado, and Jaws: The Revenge.
She also starred in the television films The George Mc Kenna Story opposite Denzel Washington, Johnnie Mae Gibson: FBI as a title character, and in the ABC miniseries The Women of Brewster Place alongside Oprah Winfrey and Cicely Tyson.
They were the first band to sign with a major label, in 1989, and became known for their songs “Black Hole Sun” and “Spoonman.” The success of Soundgarden also contributed to Silver’s reputation and wealth.
The success of The U-Men helped establish Silver’s career as well as her net worth.
Silver also became the manager of another band called First Thought, and in 1985 she began dating Chris Cornell that led to her managing his band, the Soundgarden.
Unfortunately, not much information is known about her early life and education.
From studying Chinese in college, Silver departed from her degree and pursued a career in music.