Emmy awarding actress, Viola Davis, is preparing to bring the life and times of political activists, Shirley Chisholm, to the big screen. Davis is set to star in and produce the project about Chisholm, who became the first black woman ever elected to the United States Congress in 1968 and the first woman to seek […]
The Oscar winner wants you to know that she gets paid way less than her white female counterparts.
Viola Davis is adding producer credits to her resume. She is currently working on her own comedy series on ABC called, “Black Don’t Crack.” It’s about 3 sorority sisters show lose touch after college, but reunite during a critical point in their lives. I’ll keep you posted on the premiere date in the future!
Viola Davis is the first Black actress to achieve the feat of winning a Tony, Emmy and Oscar Award, better known as the “Triple Crown of Acting.” Davis also won the Harvard Foundation’s Artist Of The Year Award, joining the likes of Quincy Jones and Salma Hayek, among other stars. Davis was born August 11, […]
In just a few days, Viola Davis will accept the Harvard Foundation's art medal. Can you think of anyone more deserving?
https://twitter.com/RobIsRandomAF_6/status/836092576088358912?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw We all know the president likes to tweet. But his Twitter fingers were surprisingly silent Sunday night as Black, Muslim and queer citizens disproved his warped view of American greatness at the Academy Awards. A Steve Harvey-esque mix-up brought the cast and crews of Best Picture competitors, La La Land and Moonlight onto the […]
Congratulations to Viola Davis. Sunday, she won an Oscar for “Best Supporting Actress” for her work in the 2016 film, “Fences”. Davis has become the 23rd person to complete the “triple crown of acting.”…..having won an Oscar, Emmy and a Tony. This also makes her the first black woman to do it!! #BlackGirlMagic
While The Academy Awards of recent years have noticeably been lacking in melanin, but the 89th Annual Academy Awards sought to correct #OscarsSoWhite in one night. It’s hard to argue that it was one of the Blackest Oscars in recent memory, if not ever. Just before the red carpet got underway, the night began on social media […]