Sheila Ferguson (born October 8, 1947, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American singer, actress, author and song-writer. She was one of the longest serving members of the 1970s American female soul music group The Three Degrees, singing lead on most of the group's biggest hits most notably "When Will I See You Again" which was a huge international success topping the UK Singles Chart and peaking at #2 in the US.
Following her departure from The Three Degrees in 1985, Ferguson went on to have her own solo singing career, touring internationally, making multiple TV appearances and releasing a solo album, A New Kind of Medicine. She has forged a prolific stage and screen career in the UK, starring in numerous musicals, soul legend tours and her own sitcom, Land of Hope and Gloria. She is also the best-selling author of Soul Food: Classic Cuisine from the Deep South.