Award Winning Actor, Best-selling Author, and Philanthropist
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Hill Harper is an award winning actor, bestselling author and philanthropist. Hill is the author of three New York Times bestsellers: Letters to a Young Brother, Letters to a Young Sister, and The Conversation. Letters to a Young Brother was named “Best Book for Young Adults” by the American Library Association in 2007. Hill currently stars on the hit television drama CSI:NY as Dr. Sheldon Hawkes. CSI is the most successful television franchise i...
2011 Global Teen Leader, actor, author and education activist impacting youth one story and one community at a time
Jordan Coleman is a young man on a mission. At 16-years-old, he's a filmmaker, actor, author, education activist, honor roll student and athlete. He was recently named one the 25 Most Influential People in Our Children's Lives by Children's Health magazine. Jordan won the 2011 Martha’s Vineyard African-American Film Festival HBO Best Feature Film competition with his film Payin’ The Price, a cautionary tale about teen dating violence.. He is ...
Dancer, actor, singer, director, and writer - Star of A Different World
Actor-dancer-director Jasmine Guy has enjoyed a diverse career in television, theater and film. She began her professional career at the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in New York City. Jasmine starred on Broadway in the original productions of Beehive and Leader of the Pack, and reprised hit productions of Grease, The Wiz and Chicago (as Velma Kelly). After years on Broadway and touring the globe, Jasmine landed the role of Whitley Gilbert ...
Damien Dante WayansWayans was born in New York City; he is the nephew of iconic uncles: Keenan, Damon, Shawn and Marlon Wayans.Damien began his career in 1987 in Eddie Murphy's concert film Eddie Murphy Raw. He later acted with his uncle Damon Wayans in the movie “Major Payne”, which led to television roles in such primetime series as “New York Undercover”, “NYPD Blues” and “House MD” among others. Working on critically acclaimed shows at a young...
Renaissance Woman 2.0 sharing secrets to personal branding, leadership, and business success
Lisa Nicole Bell is the personification of what happens when art and commerce collide. A passionate communicator, creative businesswoman, and relentless solution finder, Lisa is a unique hybrid of social change agent, on air personality and behind-the-scenes powerhouse. As an award winning filmmaker, media personality, international speaker, and media entrepreneur, Lisa sits at the helm of a burgeoning empire that includes business and media pro...
Founders of BlackandMarriedWithKids.com specializing in Relationships, Parenting, and building a Movement via Social Media.
Lamar and Ronnie TylerLamar and Ronnie Tyler make up the husband and wife power pair behind Black and Married with Kids, the largest independent African American marriage and parenting site on the web. Fed up with the pervasive negative images of black marriage in the media, Lamar and Ronnie started the site to combat the negativity by focusing on positive messages about marriage in the black community. Armed with a passion for empowering marrie...
Baltimore native whose debut feature film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival
Baltimore native Sheldon Candis is a graduate of the USC School of Cinematic Arts. Candis’ documentary THE DWELLING, chronicles the lives of two homeless men living along Tokyo's Sumida Gawa. The film is being distributed by Scion and Giant Robot magazine. Candis’ short film THE WALK tells the dramatic story of a wheelchair-bound septuagenarian who builds a robot suit with his grandson in an attempt to walk again. Sheldon has also created viral ...
Award Winning Producer and TV Network Executive
Karen KingKaren King is a member of Canada's Who's Who, as the first black woman in Canada to produce a dramatic feature film, and one of the elite group of international producers with a world premiere in the Official Cannes Film Festival. Karen is the first and so far only person to win the Academy's Canada Award twice. That award is presented to the television program that best exemplifies the multi-cultural nature of the country on and off ca...
The Industry Rebel
Angela "Asa Lovechild" ArnoldSinger, actress & writer, Angela "Asa Lovechild" Arnold, is a native of Louisville, KY who started her entertainment career on the theatre stage at the age of four. Working under the tutelage of Nona Hendryx, Ruby Dee, Tsidii Le Loka (Lion King), Dr. Barbara Ann Teer and many others, Asa Lovechild holds a degree in Literature and Theatre Arts (musical and dramatic) from The University of Louisville. She is currently ...