Danielle Deadwyler stars as Erica Moses and makes her television debut as Erica in the gmc World Premiere Original Movie, A Cross to Bear. Born and raised in Atlanta, Danielle’s artistry is rooted in dance, creative writing, and theatre. She has played on the Tony Award winning Alliance Theatre’s stage as August March in “The Real Tweenagers of Atlanta.” Her stage credits include a performance in Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre productions of “for colored girls who have considered suicide when the rainbow is enough” and “The Colored Museum,” under the direction of Jasmine Guy. Danielle as also appeared in national commercials for AT&T’s GoPhone and “The Mo’Nique Show."
Q: Your new album, So Proud, features a childhood picture of you on the cover. As a kid, what was your favorite cereal?A: It was a tie between Fruit Loops and Apple Jacks.Q: Why?A: That's what they kept buying!Q: Did you play any sports?A: I played baseball and a lot of recreational basketball...
Gospel music is rich in history dating back to its founding era, from legends such as Mahalia Jackson who set the standard, to those like Kirk Franklin and Mary Mary who reinvented it – all of whom continue to have an impact today.When you get right down to it, gospel music’s legacy is...
Photo credit: Tec PetajaFaith-based entertainers making a splash in the mainstream is nothing new. But a trend is emerging in the world of pop and rock music in which artists are no longer being labeled as “crossover” acts, but instead are reinventing themselves with new names and...
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