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Actress Zendaya made history when she took home her Primetime Emmy Award on Sunday, Sept. 20, 2020. With her win in the lead actress category, first-time nominee Zendaya Maree Stoermer Coleman of Oakland, California, became the youngest actress to ever win the award at age 24. Zendaya also became only the second African American actress…

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Sandra Oh has landed her third straight Emmy Awards nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a drama series. The “Killing Eve” star made history in 2018 when she became the first woman of Asian descent to be recognized in a lead actress category at the annual awards ceremony, and after bagging a second nomination in…

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Just three days after putting Tiffany Haddish on high heat for allegedly being overrated and being unable to string two consecutive jokes together, superstar comedian Katt Williams squashed the beef with Haddish backstage at the Emmy Awards in Los Angeles. In a series of photos taken with Haddish, the always volatile and equally hilarious Williams…

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                Cornelia Dozier uses her gift of storytelling to change lives. As the founder of Coconut Grove Playhouse Children’s Theater, Dozier has worked tirelessly to inspire the next generation of actors, writers, and producers. On April 25, Dozier will be honored by JM Family Enterprises, Southeast Toyota Distributors and…

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The 2017 New York Emmy® Awards were held on Saturday, May 6, 2017, at the Marriott Marquis ~ Times Square. The black-tie gala began with an exciting reception where nominees enjoyed cocktails and conversation. The 2017 Governors’ Award was presented to WCBS-TV on the occasion of its 75th Anniversary. The New York Chapter recognized it as a pioneer…

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Tracy Morgan is making a triumphant return to the television comedy series world. The 47-year-old comedian and actor who came to fame on “Saturday Night Live“ and later starred in the hit NBC sitcom “30 Rock,” will soon star in a new series on FX. Fellow comedian Jordan Peele (“Key & Peele“) will write the pilot…

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Viola Davis’ historical moment at the Emmy Awards was highlighted by a speech that focused on racial disparity in Hollywood. However, everyone didn’t agree with her message. Shortly after Davis’ powerful speech, “General Hospital” star Nancy Lee Grahn shared her displeasure on Twitter. “I wish I loved #ViolaDavis speech, but I thought she should have…

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Sad news for fans of the hit Comedy Central show “Key and Peele.” Series stars Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele have decided that the fifth and current season of their wildly popular sketch comedy show will be their last. “This is our final season – and it’s not because of Comedy Central, it’s us,” Key said. “It…

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Joan Rivers died today at the age of 81. According to a statement released by her daughter, Melissa Rivers, Rivers died at 1:17 p.m. while surrounded by family and friends. Rivers was recently hospitalized after undergoing another surgery. Rivers stood out as comic with her offensive brand of comedy and willingness to joke about celebrity…

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Happy 48th birthday Chris Rock! Rock is a comedian, actor, producer, director and screenwriter whom Comedy Central proclaimed to be the fifth-greatest stand-up comedian of all time. His 1996 comedy special, “Bring The Pain,” won two Emmy Awards and  critical acclaim. Richard Pryor, Rock’s hero, was named by Comedy Central the No. 1 stand-up comedian of all…

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After receiving tremendous feedback from TV and film enthusiasts based in Atlanta, Angela Hutchinson (Breaking into Hollywood) decided to present a networking opportunity for aspiring actors, writers, producers and directors. On Nov. 23, her nonprofit will host an event that will feature OWN Network’s Endyia Kinney-Sterns. Kinney-Sterns, vice president of programming and development for OWN:…

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