Sheryl Underwood is a multi-faceted entrepreneur, currently balancing the roles of in-demand entertainer, owner and chief executive officer of Pack Rat Productions and International President of her beloved Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Named one of today's hardest working comediennes, Underwood has starred in such films as "Bullworth," "I Got the Hook Up" and "Beauty Shop," starring Queen Latifah. In addition, Underwood was the host of Black Entertainment Television's (BET's) "Comic View" and "Holla," a talk show she created and produced which was loosely based on Bill Maher's "Politically Incorrect." Underwood, a sought after media personality, is described as one of the world's brightest contemporary humorists. She is a weekly contributor on the "Steve Harvey Morning Show," also serving as guest host, and appears on "The Steve Harvey Project," the television version of the show airing on TV-ONE. Underwood also hosts "The Sheryl Underwood Show" on Jamie Foxx's "The Foxxhole," airing on Sirius 106/XM 149, where she provides a mix of political satire, comedy and music. Also, Underwood hosted the fifth season of "Martin Lawrence Presents 1st Amendment Stand-Up" and is a former contributor to the "Tom Joyner Morning Show." Underwood has appeared on the "Dr. Phil Show," "Fox and Friends," "The Joy Behar Show," "WPIX" in New York City and "The View."