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Feature: Shonda Rhimes

Shonda Rhimes, born January 13, 1970, in University Park, Illinois, is the first African-American woman to create and executive-produce a Top 10 network series—the medical drama Grey's Anatomy. She is also the creator of its spin-off, Private Practice, and the political thriller Scandal. Before these series, Rhimes penned such film screenplays as Crossroads and HBO'sIntroducing… Continue reading Feature: Shonda Rhimes

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Feature: Jackee Harry

Jackée Harry was born Jacqueline Yvonne Harry on August 14, 1956 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina; though, reared in Harlem, New York by her mother, Flossie Harry. At the tender age of fourteen, Jackée landed the lead role of the "King" in her school's production of "The King and I". Upon graduation from New York City's… Continue reading Feature: Jackee Harry

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Feature: Nicole Ari Parker

  Nicole Ari Parker is as adept at portraying strong sexy women as she is at playing vulnerable and complicated characters. She is best known for her outstanding performance as Teri Joseph on the award-winning Soul Food and has displayed her acting range in several blockbuster and independent films. She has been featured in Remember… Continue reading Feature: Nicole Ari Parker