Alisha Honoré is an American actress, writer, model, and dancer that hails from Atlanta, Ga. She started off in commercials and print in her local market, and then received her first break in the Lionsgate indie film “Step Off” (aka “Battle”) in the role of Keisha Jones. She then has recently gone on to do guest-starring roles on television series such as BET’s “The Game”, and USA Network’s “Necessary Roughness”.
Graduating from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey, Alisha Honoré received her B.A. in Journalism and Theater Arts. Upon graduation she relocated back to Atlanta where she rigorously began pursing her professional career as an actress by studying with acting coach, Dwayne Boyd and took courses with renowned acting coach, Margie Haber.
Alisha Honoré is the granddaughter of well respected long time producer, Cassius V. Weathersby and is the 5th generation granddaughter of Louisiana Governor, André Roman.
Alisha Honoré is of African-American, Louisiana French-Creole, and Cuban decent.