Kysionia Daye was raised in Durham, NC, the "Bull City."Her inspiration and admiration to pursue a career in the arts is due to enjoying the essence of performing. Kysionia also gained the interest of dance from her uncle, Otis Daye (former Alvin Ailey Dancer), and pursued studies in ballet, jazz, modern, and hip-hop dance during much of her childhood into her adult years. As an aspiring entertainer since the age of 7. Kysionia's passion for acting in front of the camera soon led her to express the pursuit of the performing arts as well as modeling. She studied acting and performing at North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC, and New York Film Academy in Los Angeles, CA; also additional acting workshops with Actress Tasha Smith and Erica Hart of ABC Primetime in Washington DC. Her experience spans from TV, Film, Stage, Print Modeling, and Dance. Her first television appearance was with BET, for show "Criminals At Work" (2016), playing the role of Donna Crogan and TV One "For My Man" (2017), playing a Detective and Fiancè role. Kysionia's new added passion is in writing feature and short films; two of which she has won awards for her first short film "WALK", currently in post production of which she starred and produced; in Los Angeles, Washington D.C., and L.A. She is currently working on writing and producing several TV/Feature Film projects in Durham, NC and Atlanta, GA.