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Born a premature crack baby and weighing only three pounds, she was not expected to live.According to her memoir, Grace After Midnight, she met her biological parents very few times; her mother was a crack addict and her father was an armed robber. At the age of 14, she was convicted of second degree murder after the shooting of a girl named Okia Toomer, and was sentenced to two eight-year terms, to be served consecutively, at the Maryland Correctional Institution for Women in Jessup, Maryland. Pearson said her life turned around at the age of 18 when Arnold Loney, a local drug dealer who looked out for her and sent her money in prison, was shot and killed.Felicia Pearson (born May 18, 1980) is an American actress, author, and rapper.She is best known for playing a character of the same name, Felicia "Snoop" Pearson, on The Wire.He said he was 'intoxicated by her, all strength and vulnerability. He took her to the studio and producers gave her the part of the cold-blooded assassin, a part which she said 'saved her life'.Pearson was three pounds when she was born, a product of having a heroin addict for a mother, who later died, and a father, who she never knew.
Pearson was released weeks later on ,000 bond with electronic monitoring that has allowed her to leave the state to pursue her acting career. She is charged with conspiring with two men to distribute heroin.She wrote a memoir titled Grace After Midnight detailing her troubled childhood and time spent in prison for second degree murder.Pearson was born in Baltimore Maryland, the daughter of two incarcerated drug addicts, and was raised in an East Baltimore foster home.She recently chronicled her life story up until the moment she was cast on “The Wire” in her new autobiography .
Today, Felicia Pearson is on the verge of celebrating her 28th birthday, a birthday that doctors couldn’t see coming when she was born and had to be fed from an eyedropper due to her premature size.She was convicted aged 14 of second-degree murder and sentenced to spend two eight-year terms at Maryland Correctional Institution for Women. She also refused to testify as a witness at a murder trial and was arrested at her Baltimore home when police came to pick her up for refusing to co-operate as a witness.