Constance C. McCracklin
Constance McCracklin began her professional career in accounting at the age of 21
through corporate. During this time she has been actively involved in the entertainment
industry for over 20 years. Her diverse resume includes skits and plays where she began
in church as well as performing in high school as a member of the Show Choir, Marching
Band, and Cheerleading Squad. As the Co-founder and Chief Financial Officer of H2D
Entertainment, LLC, she has overseen the development of the company’s growth and
production in Memphis, TN. She is the proud wife of fourteen years of Sylvester
McCracklin, Jr., and Chief Executive Officer of H2D Entertainment.
H2D Entertainment, LLC, is a multi-faceted, contemporary, cutting-edge entertainment
company whose vision is to bring a practical and spiritual awareness and healing of
physical and mental abuse through avenues such as theater, film, novels and musical
entertainment that exemplifies professionalism and the highest level of excellence.
She appeared on the Loretta McNary Show in 2009. Under H2D Entertainment,
Constance plays the role of Hoody in the upcoming stage play, Bastard Child: The
Constance McCracklin has an impeccable track record of innovation and creative
problem-solving, devoted to performance excellence where she was a floor director for
the 14th Annual Stone Awards and the Loretta McNary television broadcast and
personally developed a team of committed staff members to offer their voluntarily
services to support events for other entertainment organizations.
Constance was a member of The Lord’s Army under the leadership of Sherwin Thomas
with Blessed Beyond Belief where she recorded a compilation album with other
Constance has performed throughout Memphis, Atlanta, and Houston as Lady C in the
gospel hip-hop group D.O.C. (Declaration of Christ).
In 2008, she attended a 3-day Actors Boot Camp in Nashville, TN with Tasha Smith of
Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married. This dynamic life changing experience awarded
her skills and abilities to become many characters and launched her creativity to another
level. From being outspoken and funny to being very emotional and unstable, Constance
can bring life to any generated character.
In October 2010 and 2012, Constance attended other Actors Workshop in Atlanta, GA
that was also facilitated by Tasha Smith. She also directed The Forgotten Son stage
production in April 2013 in Memphis,TN and will continue to sharpen her skills by
participating in as many workshops, plays and movies as she can, not only in the
Memphis area, but worldwide.
Connie was cast in Ruby O’Gray’s Holiday Judgment at TheaterWorks in December 2015
and in Civil Rights and Civil Wrongs at the same theater in April 2016.
Connie currently directs The Forgotten Son stage play and is the Assistant Director of The
Forgotten Son movie and directing the Everybody Has A Song movie. She assists with casting in all H2D productions and films. She also assisted in post production by editing videography, television broadcasts and commercials as well as provided photography services set.
Best Power Couple In Stage Plays Mtenzi Awards
Shero Award Eben
Humanitarian Stone Award for S.C.R.A.M.-STOP CHILD RAPE AND MOLESTATION