If you were not aware of the uniqueness that is a Baltimore accent, surely, Felicia Pearson taught you something in her role as the murderous Snoop. Pearson, who was not an actress before The Wire (Michael K. Williams discovered her in a Baltimore nightclub) became an author in 2009 with the release of her memoir "Grace After Midnight: A Memoir." The book details her rough upbringing and her prison sentence as a teen for shooting and killing another teenager.
The Baltimore native was arrested in 2011 for drug offenses, but was eventually released after a guilty plea and received a suspended sentence with supervised probation. Pearson got glam for her role in Funny or Dieâ€™s hilarious "The Wire: The Musical Spoof" and she tweeted out another pretty-girl photo of herself that is for an upcoming movie role.