Tameka shines on TV, Film, and Stage. Her presence is strong and meaningful. But it doesn't stop there. Her intelligence and experiences influence her unique writing and directing style.
Congratulations to Tameka for booking a
co-star role on TNT's "Claws!"
TV One's "In Broad Daylight"
Tameka steps into the integral character of Officer Rune.
Tameka leading the film as Canesha Truth.
An original film written/directed/produced by Tameka Bob.
Tameka's strength shines in her co-starring role as "Ella."
Walgreens Commerical Spot
Tameka co-stars in this dramatic thriller, opposite Guillermo Diaz.
Tameka co-stars as Cheri Lambreaux, opposite Khandi Alexander.
Sex Sent Me to the ER
Tameka co-stars as Nurse Martinez
On set with Guillermo Diaz.
It's A Man's Thing
A stage play about the journey of 4 men from boyhood to manhood, written/directed/ produced by Tameka Bob.
"It's a Man's Thing"
Tameka as "Angel."
The Maya in Me
10 Layers of Silk
Tameka as "Layer 10" in the stage production of 10 Torn Layers of Silk, directed by Makresha Reneau.
Women of Brewster Place
Tameka as "Ms. Sophie" in stage production of Women of Brewster Place.
SHE'S UP NEXT!
written & directed by Tameka Bob
Tameka's stage experience ranges from Dreamgirls to her very own written work, It's a Man's Thing, which received rave reviews. Her film & television credits span from Lifetime's Racing for Time, where she undeniably stepped into the role of "Tray" to HBO's Treme as "Cheri Lambreaux" to co-starring alongside of Scandal's Guillermo Diaz in Futurestates: Ant. She also shined as "Officer Rune" in TV One's In Broad Daylight. Tameka stays busy by producing her own projects, including writing, directing and starring in the short drama False Truth and the documentary The Question. Most recently she has written, produced and starred in the one-woman show The Maya in Me.
UP NEXT..... Tameka has penned the feature film TORN DIRECTION.
Logline - After the wrath of Hurricane Katrina, a conflicted construction worker fights to overcome abandonment AND the good and evil voices of his childhood comic book characters.