Entertainment Reporter and Socialite Carma Dee was born in Buffalo, NY and raised in Camden, NJ. At the young age of 10 she returned to her hometown of Buffalo. With a degree in Communications, A Television Show, and a reputation as the “It Girl” of Buffalo, Carma is definitely a force to be reckoned with.
Growing up she had a difficult life to battle including a neglectful and abusive upbringing, which forced her to be an adult at an early age. In October 2004 she faced more tragedy when the love of her life was murdered. Soon after Carma Dee enlisted in the military and made the decision to keep moving forward no matter how long or painful the journey would be. “My past is just a reflection of my struggles, but it won’t define my future”
In 2005 her first professional accomplishment was being a prominent local model in Buffalo. After getting hands on experience of what a modeling company can and cannot offer she jumped head first into creating her own modeling company titled “Lully Entertainment & Model Management.” She knew she had the ability to create a company that can be successful and have a reputation for class, intelligence and beauty. After two years of managing she decided it was time to focus on her strengths and go for what she dreamed of. “For so long I wanted to inspire girls just like me, but I needed to do something for me now.”
<mce:script type=">In 2007 she was discovered by the executive producer of the music and entertainment TV show “Official Heat” airing on an affiliate of ABC in Western NY and Southern Ontario. She progressed so quickly that in early 2008 she was announced as the official host of the show. “I never knew love until I heard the director tell me the camera was rolling”
After the show’s end in early 2009 Carma Dee was asked to appear as a guest correspondent for several other TV shows airing on public access in Buffalo and Rochester. After viewing her natural on-air chemistry with the camera she was approached about being the official host, which sparked her interest to produce her own show. “ I had all the experience, talent, support and ambition, now all I needed was my own show”
In early 2010, she did just that “Carma Dee TV” was rolling!