Here at Great Black Speakers we pride ourselves in having some of the top African-American names in the film industry available to hire for public speaking and lecturing at your next public function. Finding success in the film industry is no easy task, it requires in-depth knowledge of the industry and trends, having unique, appealing ideas and an inspired passion for film. Some of the most highly celebrated African-American names in the film industry that are also available for public speaking and lecturing about their industry experience and how they’ve found their success in film. To inspire a crowd to take on the exciting world of film, take a look at some of the popular speakers we have listed.
Award-winning Actor, Best-selling Author, and Philanthropist.
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Hill Harper Hill 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 successfu...
Dancer, actor, singer, director, and writer - Star of A Different World
Jasmine Guy 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 ...
Hollywood Iconic Actor, Comedian, and Filmmaker
Robert Townsend Robert started out as an extra in the classic film “Cooley High” and became one of the most extraordinary forces in entertainment.Townsend made his name with early roles such as corporal ellis in 1984’s “A Soldier's Story.”But when Townsend couldn't find more good roles, he created his own. 1987’s “Hollywood Shuffle” was a statement about Black Hollywood in content and its creation...A cutting satire about Africa...
2011 Global Teen Leader, actor, author and education activist impacting youth one story and one community at a time.
Jordan Coleman Jordan is a young man on a mission. At 17-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 dat...
Founders of BlackandMarriedWithKids.com specializing in Relationships, Parenting, and building a Movement via Social Media.
Lamar and Ronnie Tyler Lamar and Ronnie 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 empo...
Emmy Nominated Producer / Director / Investigative filmmaker who made history unearthing the truth about Emmett Till: bringing justice to victims of injustice.
Keith A. Beauchamp Emmy Nominated Producer/Director, Keith attended Southern University in Baton Rouge where he studied Criminal Justice with the intention of becoming a Civil Rights Attorney.As a young boy in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Beauchamp had his share of run-ins with racism but it wasn’t until an incident where he was assaulted by an undercover police officer after dancing with a white woman at a party that he felt compelled to figh...
Renaissance Woman 2.0 sharing secrets to personal branding, leadership, and business success.
Lisa Nicole Bell Lisa 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 ...
I Refuse to Allow Someone's Negative Opinion of me to become My Reality
Derek L. Anderson, Sr. Derek is a screen writer, producer, inventor, entrepreneur and philanthropist who continues to expand his brand with various projects in the works such as an autobiography, Life Changing speaking engagements, and numerous film ventures.Derek is a man of integrity and character who lives his life with Love and LOYALTY. Career:Kentucky High School Basketball All-Star• 1996 - Won National Championship with T...
Actor • Model • Phlianthropist • Your Renaissance Man
Kevin Navayne Kevin is a Jamaican born American model, film & television actor as well as a director & producer. Navayne began his career in 2000 as an extra on the HBO movie Disappearing Acts starring Wesley Snipes, and Sanaa Lathan. After the movie aired Navayne was spotted by modeling agent Beth Ann Moore and thus began his modeling career. He has modeled for the likes of Ralph Lauren, IZOD, Nautica, La Coste, Sean John, Roc a...