Quincy Xavier Morgan was born in Atlanta, Georgia, on December 3, 2013. His parents are Kim Fields, an American actress known for the 1980s sitcom, The Facts of Life, and Christopher Morgan, an actor. Quincy is the youngest and has one older sibling named Sebastian Alexander Morgan.
Quincy was a miracle baby for Kim Fields; he was born through cesarean section after his mother had suffered two miscarriages. The whole family was happy with Quincy’s arrival, and his older brother was telling his teachers and classmates everything about his younger brother.
Quincy’s parents haven’t posted anything about his education, but he must be attending school; he is probably in elementary school. Quincy likes spending time with his family; for instance, he goes out with his dad and older brother and spends some time with his mom just having fun.
Quincy’s mother took after her mother, who is an actress as well. Kim started acting at a tender age, making her film debut in Have I Got a Christmas for You in 1977. Quincy’s mother went on to star in the sitcom Baby, I’m Back alongside Denise Nicholas and Demond Wilson. Kim Fields made a name for herself when she appeared in The Facts of Life from 1979-1988; in the show, she played Dorothy Ramsey.
Quincy’s mother was acting while studying, but then she took some time off to attend college, after which she starred in the sitcom Living Single as Regina Hunter for five years. Kim was also into music; she did rap music and R&B, performing with a group. Earlier she had released two songs, Dear Michael and He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not.
Given that Quincy’s mother had a degree, she started directing, and some of the films and shows he directed include; Kenan & Kel, Living Single, Taina, Just Jordan, Tyler Perry’s House of Payne, Let’s Stay Together, Raven’s Home, The Rickey Smiley Show and That Girl Lay Lay, among others.
Kim has been featured in many films and shows, given she has been acting for over 40 years. She is currently starring in the Netflix original series, The Upshaws as Regina Upshaw. The series is currently in its second season but has been renewed for the third season.
Quincy’s Mother’s Net Worth
Kim Fields has made her fortune through her acting career, which has spanned over four decades. She has directed several films and shows, contributing to her wealth; her net worth is estimated to be 8 million dollars.
Quincy Xavier Morgan is not on social media platforms; he’s too young and is probably focusing on his studies, but you can find his pictures and videos on his mother’s social media accounts. On Instagram, Quincy’s mother has 1.2 million followers and has posted over two thousand times. She usually posts Quincy on his birthday, December 3, every year.
Kim Fields is also on Twitter, which she joined in 2010, and she has 139k followers. Besides, Quincy’s father is also active on social media and sometimes posts pics of Quincy, particularly on Instagram.