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“Terrell, we’re still feeling the goosebumps.”--Quincy Jones
“My beautiful baby boy, even more beautiful on the inside, and he sings even better than that. Now Ms. Patti is giving him his wings to fly among the greats.”--Patti LaBelle
On the big screen, Carter made his film debut in Tyler Perry's Diary of a Mad Black Woman and performed the song '"Father Can You Hear Me." He also appeared in Screen Gems' Think Like a Man Too opposite Kevin Hart and has racked up many additional film credits. Both films debuted at number one in the country. He spent several years touring as a lead in the Perry-produced plays Madea's Class Reunion, Meet the Browns and What's Done in the Dark.
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On the big screen, Terrell Carter made his film debut in Tyler Perry's Diary of a Mad Black Woman and performed the song '"Father Can You Hear Me." He also appeared in Screen Gems' Think Like a Man Too opposite Kevin Hart and has racked up many additional film credits. Both films debuted at number one in the country. He spent several years touring as a lead in the Perry-produced plays Madea's Class Reunion, Meet the Browns and What's Done in the Dark.
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Lifetime’s Salt-N-Pepa biopic has found its leads. G.G. Townson and Laila Odom will be playing Cheryl “Salt” James and Sandra “Pepa” Denton, respectively.
Additionally, the upcoming limited series will also star Cleveland Berto as music producer Hurby Azor, Jermel Howard as rapper Treach and Monique Paul as DJ Spinderella.
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It will also feature Salt-N-Pepa’s greatest hits, including “Let’s Talk About Sex,” “What a Man,” “Shoop” and “Push It,” among others.
Townson’s previous credits include “In The Cut” and “Everybody Hates Chris.” She is repped by Bohemia Group. Odom is known for work in “The Bobby DeBarge Story” and “Undercover Brother 2” and is repped by 831 Ent. and Hirsch Wallerstein.
Berto’s recent credits include “Lucifer” and “Terminator: Dark Fate.”
The Salt-N-Pepa biopic is produced by Sony Pictures Television and directed by Mario Van Peebles, from a script by Abdul Williams. Robert Teitel from Slate Street Prods. serves as executive producer, as does Cheryl James, Sandra Denton, Shakim Compere and Queen Latifah. It is co-executive produced by James “Jimmy” Maynes and Hurby Azor.
The project will air on Lifetime in 2020.
Congrats to our friend, actress Chandra Currelley, who will star in Tyler Perry's new series "Bruh".
“I’m so grateful for the millions of fans who have been watching the new shows on BET. And this is only the beginning. I’m excited to bring these two new dynamic series to the BET Plus family and continue to tell stories of high stakes drama with emerging talent,” Perry said in a statement.
The first series to complete production, “Tyler Perry’s Bruh” will chronicle the lives of a group of 30-something Black men as they explore the world of dating, careers and friendship in a present-day society. Additionally, viewers can expect the show to tackle some of the stereotypes faced by African American men. Barry Brewer (“Games People Play”), Mahdi Cocci (“The Gifted”), Phillip Mullings Jr. (“American Soul”), Monti Washington (“Games People Play”), Chandra Currelley (“Madea’s Big Happy Family”), Candice Renee (“BODIED”), and Alyssa Goss (“The Bobby Brown Story”) will star in the half-hour program.
This partnership expansion comes on the heels of two new series from Perry on BET’s linear network. “The Oval” and “Sistas” premiered Oct. 23 and have been delivering 3.3 million viewers per night. “The Oval” is currently ranked as the No. 1 new scripted series for general market.
“Our landmark partnership with Tyler Perry has delivered beyond our expectations,” said Scott Mills, president of BET Networks. “Our streaming service is a natural extension of BET’s linear network, and Tyler Perry is the perfect partner. The combination of new, original shows and his robust library of popular movies, series, and stage plays that Tyler brings to our joint venture strengthens our position in the streaming landscape and drives subscriber growth, viewership and retention.”
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