Sherri Saum was born in Dayton, Ohio on October 1, 1974. The daughter of an African American father and Caucasian mother, Sherri gravitated towards acting after seeing the film "Annie." During high school she studied drama and performed in school plays. She was discovered at a models search at the age of 18. Sherri has worked extensively as a catalogue and runway model and has appeared in several fashion spreads for teen and women's magazines.

Sherri became a familiar face on MTV when she was featured in music videos such as Expose's "As Long as I Can Dream," Snoop Dog's "What's My Name," Dr. Dre's "Let Me Ride" and Perfect Gentleman's "Don't Forget to Call."

Sherri’s film credits include “Indecent Proposal,” “House Party 3,” “Anne B. Real,” “Finding Home” and “Love & Suicide.”

Sherri has guest starred in “Girlfriends,” “Charmed,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “Law & Order: Trial By Jury” and “Love Monkey.” Sherri was a series regular in the Showtime series “Beggars and Choosers.” She’s best remembered for her role as Vanessa Hart in the daytime drama “Sunset Beach.” Sherri also starred as Professor Keri Reynolds in the daytime drama “One Life to Live.”

In the summer of 2002 Sherri along with her friend and business partner, Karen Osborn launched a fun yet affordable line of tote handbags called the "Kozzie."

Sherri met her former boyfriend, actor Timothy Adams when they both starred in “Sunset Beach.” She is now married to her former “One Life To Live” co-star Kamar De Los Reyes. In her spare time Sherri enjoys dancing, singing R&B and reading Patricia Cromwell books.

Sherri's film credits include the following:

Check out the following sites for additional information about Sherri:

Sherri Saum@Internet Movie Database
Sherri Saum@Wikipedia
Saum Kind Of Wonderful
Sherri Saum@Sunset Central