Sydney Tamiia Poitier is an American actress who is well-known for her role as Jane March in the movie True Crime (1999). She is also featured as one of ‘50 Most Beautiful People’ by People Magazines in 2001.
Like her professional life, Sydney's personal life is also the common topic among her fans. However, Sydney, who is not active on social media, is a private person in real life and prefers to keep her personal life away from the limelight.
Is Sydney Poitier Married Or Dating?
Being one of the beautiful Bahamian-American television and film actresses, Sydney undoubtedly has a huge number of admirers, who are always interested to find out about her personal life. However, there are only minutes of information available in regards to her private life.
Sydney Poitier’s heart is already taken by her long-time boyfriend Dorian Heartsong, who is a musical artist. And eventually, they got married in June 2012, and with her husband, Sydney shares one daughter child.
Sydney Tamiia Poitier with her husband Dorian Heartsong hitting up a lunch spot in West Hollywood in July 2012 (Photo: theybf.com)
Though the actress seems to conceal his marital status, she is often spotted with her husband and daughter in several events and occasions. Back on 2012, the actress was spotted hitting up a lunch spot in West Hollywood in July 2012 and made it a date with her new husband.
Sydney’s Short Wiki-Bio, Net Worth
Sydney Tamiia Poitier was born on 15 November 1973 in Los Angeles, California, to actor parents’ Sidney Poitier and Joanna Shimkus.
Her father Sidney Poiter, who is of Afro-Bahamian descent, is an Oscar-winning actor and her mother Joanna Shimkus, who is of Lithuanian and Irish ancestry, is a Canadian actress. Her niece, Cyril Poitier is also an actor and her older sister, Anika Poitier is a film director.
Sydney, who is of 45 years of age, has four half-sisters Beverly Poitier-Henderson, Pamela Poitier, Sherri Poitier and Gina Poitier from her father’s previous marriage.
Sydney, who stands at the height of 5 feet 9 inches tall, graduated from New York University. She attended Tisch School of the Arts and earned her acting degree from there.
She started her acting career in the late 1990s. She landed her first role on television in the NBC drama series First Years in the year 2001; however, the series was canceled after three episodes.
After that, she starred in the UPN sitcom Abby in the year 2003, like her first series, that series was also canceled during its first season. That same year, she got a recurring role as Rebecca Askew in television series Joan of Arcadia.
She was also a regular on the first season of television series Veronica Mars (2004). However, she left the show after only appearing in four episodes because of budget cuts.
In 2007, Sydney starred in the movie Death Proof, as radio DJ Jungle Julia. Sydney's other TV and film credits include Grey's Anatomy, Hood of Horror, Knight Rider, Private Practice, Yard Sale, Nine Lives, Page 36, Supah Ninjas, Hawaii Five-0, and Chicago P.D.
As of 2018, she stars as Sam St. Clair in the TV series Carter and Lydia in the upcoming series, Homecoming.
Sydney as a television actress has not only gained immense popularity and fan following throughout her career but has also raised an estimated net worth of around $5 million dollars. Talking about his father’s net worth, he has the net worth of around $25 million dollars.
Who Is Sydney's Husband Dorian Heartsong?
Dorian Heartsong is an American composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist based in Los Angeles California. He is mainly known for his Bass work in Powerman 5000 from inception in 1990 until 2001.
Dorian graduated from Berklee College of Music with a degree in songwriting & performance. He started his career right after graduation.
As an artist, Dorian is currently playing bass for Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience. The multi-instrumentalist Dorian has toured with several bands like Metallica, Black Sabbath, Kiss, Pantera, and Primus, and many others.
Not only that, but he has also worked with other artists including Ruby Friedman, Vinnie Moore, and Orchestra.