Zelda Harris

Zelda Harris is an American actress. Harris was born in New York City to Karen and Philip Harris. She has a sister, Kenya. She attended Princeton University, where she was a member of the Class of 2007. She began acting at age three. Harris beat out more than one thousand other children for the role of Troy Carmichael in Spike Lee's Crooklyn, the role for which she is best known. She also played Jessi Ramsay in The Baby Sitters Club film.Subsequent to her acting work, Harris was a singer with Zelda and the Lo Los. As of 2021, she is working as a teacher.