uzo aduba

"The Orange is the New Black" actress will portray the first black woman in Congress in the series about the movement to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment.
The cast of the hit Netflix prison series delivered the verdict on Twitter.
A British biopic has a couple stellar acting performances.
"While oftentimes, immigration is considered a Latino issue, there are people from all over the world who immigrate to this country, including my parents."
Nothing says best buddies like knowing everything about your friend’s relationships - and “Orange Is The New Black” characters know a little something about that.
Tina Fey, Tom Hanks, Alec Baldwin and all your favorite stars spoke up about a range of issues at “Stand For Rights: A Benefit For The ACLU.” Text POWER to 20222 to give $10 to the ACLU. The ACLU will call you to talk about other actions you can take to help. Go to www.hmgf.org/t for terms and help.
I will continue to push and plug away but at what point do you just stop and snag a job that is just work, work, work, work
Tallulah is a gem - a midsummer gem, an indie gem, a Juno gem-again, a why we love small movies gem. Perfect and glittery and compact in large part because of the pristinely talented women who joined forces to crush this film that premieres Friday July 29 on Netflix and in selected theaters.
"I started to think about what I did value about myself, gap tooth and all."
I spoke with many of the nominees and winners including Viola Davis, Idris Alba and Queen Latifah about #OscarsSoWhite and the subject of diversity as a whole on the carpet. Find out what they had to say below. Have a look and let me know your thoughts.
After my moment with my teacher I subconsciously decided that I could never become who I wanted to be. I wasn't the right
"Crazy Eyes," the nickname for character Suzanne Warren on Orange Is the New Black for which actress Uzo Aduba won her second Emmy last month, is probably the greatest lesson on the reality of mental illness in women behind bars.
Can we all just pause for a moment and wonder how in 2015, a woman of color winning a category, is hailed as history-making? Given the talent out there, it is shocking that it has taken this long to happen.
Sunday night's Emmy Awards Show and Apple's new ad should be just the beginning. It's time for Hollywood to step up and for the viewing audience to step up to demand more positive, "Real" images like these.