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Queen Latifah
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Ụdịekerenwanyị Dezie
mba o sịNjikota Obodo Amerika Dezie
Aha n'asụsụ obodoQueen Latifah Dezie
Aha ọmụmụDana Elaine Owens Dezie
Aha enyereDana, Elaine Dezie
Aha ezinụlọ yaOwens Dezie
aha pseudonymQueen Latifah Dezie
Ụbọchị ọmụmụ ya18 Maachị 1970 Dezie
Ebe ọmụmụNewark Dezie
Asụsụ obodoBekee Dezie
Asụsụ ọ na-asụ, na-ede ma ọ bụ were na-ebinye akaBekee Dezie
Asụsụ ọ na-edeBekee Dezie
Ebe agụmakwụkwọIrvington High School, Borough of Manhattan Community College Dezie
Ebe obibiEast Orange, Colts Neck Township, Wayne, Beverly Hills Dezie
Ebe ọrụNew York City Dezie
Oge ọrụ ya (mmalite)1987 Dezie
AgbụrụNdi Afrika nke Amerika Dezie
ngwa egwuPiano, olu egwụ Dezie
diskografiQueen Latifah discography Dezie
time period21st century Dezie
webụsaịtịhttps://queenlatifah.com Dezie

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Queen Latifah

 

'BDana Elaine Owens (amuru March 18, 1970), onye amara dika Queen Latifah, bu onye obodo America, onye na-eme ihe nkiri, na onye ọbụ abụ. Amụrụ ya na Newark, New Jersey, ọ bịanyere aka na Tommy Boy Records na 1989 wee wepụta album mbụ ya All Hail the Queen na abalị iri abụo na asatọ na onwa November, na afọr 1989, na-egosipụta otu egwu ana akpo "Ladies First". Nature of a Sista (1991) bụ album ya nke abụọ na nke ikpeazụ ya na Tommy Boy Records.

Queen Latifah gbara egwu dị ka Khadijah James na Fox sitcom Living Single site na afor 1993 ruo 1998. Ndekọ ya nke atọ, Black Reign (1993), ghọrọ album mbụ nke onye na-agụ nwanyị solo nwetara nzere RIAA, [1] wee wepụta otu " UNITY ", bụ nke nwere mmetụta n'ịzụlite mmata banyere ime ihe ike megide ụmụ nwanyị na ebumnuche nke Mmekọahụ nwanyị ojii. [2] Ihe ndekọ ahụ meriri Grammy Award na ọnụ ọgụgụ kasị elu na Nke 23 na <i id="mwKA">Billboard</i> Hot 100 . O mechara bụrụ onye ndu nke Set It Off (1996) wee wepụta album ya nke anọ, Order in the Court, na June 16, 1998 na Motown Records . Latifah nwetara otuto na ọrụ ya nke Matron "Mama" Morton na ihe nkiri egwu Chicago (2002), na-anata nhọpụta maka Academy Award for Best Support Actress .

Latifah weputara album nke ise ya The Dana Owens Album na 2004. Na 2007 na 2009, o wepụtara album ọzọ na studio – Trav'lin' Light na Persona . O kere ihe ngosi okwu ụbọchị ehihie The Queen Latifah Show, nke sitere na 1999 ruo 2001, na ọzọ site na 2013 ruo 2015, na syndication. Ọ pụtala n'ọtụtụ ihe nkiri, dị ka Bringing Down the House (2003), Taxi (2004), Barbershop 2: Back in Business (2005), Beauty Shop (2005), Ikpeazụ Holiday (2006), Hairspray (2007), Joyful Noise (2012), 22 Jump Street (2014) na Girls Trip (2017) ma nye ọrụ olu na usoro ihe nkiri Ice Age . [3] Latifah nwetara nkwanye ùgwù dị egwu maka ihe ngosi ya nke onye na-agụ egwú blues Bessie Smith na ihe nkiri HBO Bessie (2015), nke o mebere, na-emeri Primtime Emmy Award for Outstanding Television Movie . Site na 2016 ruo 2019, ọ gbara egwu dị ka Carlotta Brown na usoro ihe nkiri egwu Star . Na 2020, o gosipụtara Hattie McDaniel na miniseries Hollywood .

Akpọrọ Queen Latifah dị ka " Queen of Rap " site n'ọtụtụ akụkọ mgbasa ozi, yana "rap's first feminist". [4] Latifah ghọrọ onye omenkà hip hop mbụ nwetara kpakpando na Hollywood Walk of Fame (2006). Ọrụ Latifah na egwu, ihe nkiri na telivishọn enwetawo ya Grammy Award, Emmy Award, Golden Globe Award, atọ Screen Actors Guild Awards, abụọ NAACP Image Awards, na Academy Award nomination.

Ndụ mbido[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

A mụrụ Dana Elaine Owens na Newark, New Jersey, na Maachị 18, 1970, wee biri na East Orange, New Jersey . Ọ bụ ada Rita Lamae (née Bray; d. 2018), [5] onye nkuzi na Irvington High School (Latifah's alma mater ), na Lancelot Amos Owens, onye uwe ojii. [6] [7] Ndị mụrụ ya gbara alụkwaghịm mgbe Latifah dị afọ iri. [8]

A zụlitere Latifah na okwukwe Baptist . Ọ gara ụlọ akwụkwọ Katọlik na Newark, New Jersey [9] [10] na Essex Catholic Girls High School na Irvington, mana ọ gụsịrị akwụkwọ na Irvington High School. [11] [12] [8] Mgbe ụlọ akwụkwọ sekọndrị gasịrị, Queen Latifah gara klas na Borough of Manhattan Community College . [13]

Ọ chọtara aha ogbo ya, Latifah ( لطيفة laţīfa ), nke pụtara "dị nro" na "ụdị dị ukwuu" n'asụsụ Arabic, n'akwụkwọ nke aha Arabic mgbe ọ dị afọ asatọ. [8] Ogologo oge niile, 5-foot-10-inch (1.78 m) Latifah bụ ike na-aga n'ihu na otu egwuregwu basketball nke ụlọ akwụkwọ sekọndrị. [14] [15] Ọ rụrụ nọmba " Ụlọ " site na egwu The Wiz na egwuregwu ụlọ akwụkwọ ụtọ asụsụ. [16]

Ọrụ egwu[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

1988–1989: Mmalite ọrụ[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Ọ malitere ịkụ ọkpọ maka òtù hip-hop Ladies Fresh na bụ onye mbụ so na Flavor Unit, nke, n'oge ahụ, bụ ndị ọrụ MC na-agbakọta gburugburu onye mmepụta DJ King Gemini, bụ onye mere ihe ngosi ngosi nke Queen Latifah's rap Princess nke Posse. O nyere Fab 5 Freddy, onye ọbịa Yo! MTV Raps . Egwu ahụ nwetara nlebara anya nke onye ọrụ Tommy Boy Music Dante Ross, bụ onye bịanyere aka na Latifah na 1989 nyere otu mbụ ya, "Wrath of My Madness". Ndị na-ese ihe na-adịbeghị anya, dị ka Ice Cube na Lil 'Kim, ga-aga n'ihu na-atụ egwu egwu Latifah na egwu ha, "Wrath of Kim's Madness" na "Ị pụghị igwu egwu na My Yo-Yo" n'afọ ndị ọzọ. [17] Latifah nwere oke olu-octave abụọ. [18] A na-ewere ya dị ka onye contralto, nwere ikike nke ma rap na ịbụ abụ. [18]

1989–2002: Rap na hip-hop[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Latifah mere akara ya na hip-hop site n'ịkọ banyere okwu gbasara ịbụ nwanyị ojii. Egwu ya kpuchiri isiokwu gụnyere ime ihe ike n'ụlọ, mmaja n'okporo ámá, na nsogbu mmekọrịta. [19] Freddy nyeere Latifah aka ịbanye na Tommy Boy Records, bụ nke wepụtara Latifah album mbụ All Hail the Queen na 1989, mgbe ọ dị afọ iri na itoolu. [8] N'afọ ahụ, ọ pụtara dị ka Referee na UK label Music of Life album 1989 – Mgbakọ ndị Hustler (dị ndụ) . Ọ natara onyinye nturu ugo Candace site na National Coalition of 100 Black Women na 1992. [20] Otu "Ladies First" nke gosipụtara Monie Love ghọrọ egwu mbụ na-arụkọ ọrụ nke ụmụ nwanyị abụọ na-agụ egwú na-abụghị otu. [21] Na 1993, o wepụtara album Black Reign, bụ nke enwetara ikike Gold na United States [22] wee mepụta abụ mmeri nke Grammy Award " UNITY " Na 1998, Ro Smith mebere ya, ugbu a CEO nke Def Ro Inc., o weputara album hip-hop nke anọ ya Order in the Court, nke Motown Records weputara . Latifah bụkwa onye otu hip-hop mkpokọta asụsụ obodo .

Latifah rụrụ na Super Bowl XXXII ihe nkiri ọkara, na-eme ka ọ bụrụ onye mbụ rapper ime ya. [23]

2003–2009: Gbanwee na abụ ọdịnala[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Queen Latifah na-akwado LEAGUE National Awards na nnabata Luncheon 2008

Mgbe Order na Courtlọikpe gasịrị, Latifah gbanwere n'ụzọ bụ isi na-abụ egwu mkpụrụ obi na ụkpụrụ jazz, nke o jirila obere oge na ndekọ ndekọ hip-hop ya gara aga. Na 2004, o wepụtara ụkpụrụ mkpụrụ obi / jazz The Dana Owens Album . Na Julaị 11, 2007, Latifah bụrụ abụ na Hollywood Bowl a ma ama na Los Angeles dị ka isi okwu na egwu egwu jazz dị ndụ. N'ihu igwe mmadụ karịrị 12,400, ndị otu egwu egwu dị ndụ 10 na ndị na-akụ azụ azụ atọ kwadoro ya, bụ nke akwụ ụgwọ dị ka Queen Latifah Orchestra. Latifah mere nhazi ọhụrụ nke ụkpụrụ gụnyere " California Dreaming ", nke mbụ emere na 1960 akara ngosi Mamas &amp; Papas na -ewu ewu. Mgbe e mesịrị na 2007, Latifah wepụtara album akpọrọ Trav'lin' Light . Jill Scott, Erykah Badu, Joe Sample, George Duke, Christian McBride, na Stevie Wonder mere ndị ọbịa anya. [24] Ahọpụtara ya maka Grammy na ngalaba "Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album". [25]

Na 2009, Latifah, tinyere NJPAC Jubilation Choir, [26] dekọrọ egwu egwu na album Oh, Happy Day: An All-Star Music Celebration, na-ekpuchi egwu nke Edwin Hawkins Singers mere na-ewu ewu na 1969. [27]

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Ndụ onwe onye[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Azụlitere na East Orange, New Jersey, Latifah abụrụla onye bi na Colts Neck, New Jersey ; Rumson, New Jersey ; na Beverly Hills, California . [30]

Egburu nwanne Latifah nke tọrọ, Lancelot Jr. na 1992 na ihe mberede metụtara ọgba tum tum Latifah zụtara ya. [8] N'ajụjụ ọnụ 2006 kpughere na Latifah ka na-eyi igodo ọgba tum tum n'olu ya, [8] na-ahụ anya n'oge niile ọ na-arụ ọrụ na sitcom Living Single . O nyekwaara ya ọchịchị ojii . N'akwụkwọ akụkọ onwe ya nke 1999, Ladies First: Mkpughe nke nwanyị siri ike, Latifah kwurịtara otú ọnwụ nwanne ya si mee ka ịda mbà n'obi na ịṅụ ọgwụ ọjọọ eme ihe, bụ nke o mesịrị gbakee.

Na 1995, a tara Latifah n'ụgbọ ala, nke mekwara ka e gbaa enyi ya nwoke, Sean Moon. [31]

N'afọ 1996, e jidere ya ma bo ya ebubo inwe wii wii na inwe egbe aka juru. [32] Na 2002, e jidere ya maka ịkwọ ụgbọ ala n'okpuru mmetụta na mpaghara Los Angeles. [33] E tinyere ya n'ụlọ mkpọrọ afọ atọ ka e kpechara ya ikpe. [34]

Na Machị 21, 2018, nne ya, onye na-eme ihe nkiri Rita Owens, nwụrụ n'ihi nkụchi obi, okwu ọ nọ na-alụ kemgbe 2004.

Ogologo oge Latifah jụrụ ịkọ nkọ banyere mmekọahụ na ndụ onwe ya, na-agwa New York Times na 2008 na "Ọ dịghị m ka m kwesịrị ịkọrọ ndụ m, ọ dịghịkwa m ịma ma ndị mmadụ chere na m bụ nwoke nwere mmasị nwoke ma ọ bụ ọ bụghị". [35] Na BET Awards 2021, n'oge okwu nnabata ya maka onyinye onyinye ndụ ndụ, o kwuputara n'ihu ọha onye ibe ya Eboni Nichols na nwa Rebel maka oge mbụ, mechie okwu ahụ na " Nganga obi ụtọ!" . [36]

Ihe nketa[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Akpọrọ Queen Latifah dị ka " Queen of Rap " [37] [38] Kpọpụta njehie: Invalid <ref> tag; refs with no name must have content na "Queen of Hip Hop" [38] [39] [40] [41] site n'ọtụtụ akụkọ mgbasa ozi. Dinitia Smith dị ka onye nchịkọta akụkọ maka magazin <i id="mwAmY">New York</i> (1990) kpọrọ ya "Queen of Rap" na akụkọ profaịlụ ya. [4] N'akwụkwọ bụ Notable Black American Women, Jessie Carney Smith weere ya "onye mbụ nwanyị rap" na "otu n'ime ụmụ nwanyị ole na ole na-eme akara na mpaghara egwu rap na-achịkwa nwoke". [4] Ụdị dị iche iche kpọrọ ya "otu n'ime ndị isi ụzọ maka ụmụ nwanyị na hip-hop ọgbara ọhụrụ," na The Guardian weere ya "onye ọsụ ụzọ nke rap nwanyị." [39] Onye edemede AllMusic Steve Huey kwuru na Latifah abụghị "n'ezie ọ bụghị nwanyị mbụ rapper, mana ọ bụ onye mbụ ghọrọ ezigbo kpakpando." Latifah ghọrọ onye mbụ solo rapper nke enwetara asambodo RIAA maka album ( Black Reign ), ọganihu azụmahịa nke onye nchịkọta akụkọ AllMusic tụlere na nke mepụtara ụzọ maka "ndị ọrụ na-arụ ọrụ nkà nke ụmụ nwanyị rapper iji mee onwe ha ụzọ na chaatị dị ka 90s gara n'ihu". [1] Ọganihu ya nyekwara aka idobe New Jersey na maapụ hip hop. [41]

Dị ka akwụkwọ akụkọ African American Review si kwuo, vidio egwu ụmụ nwanyị na-ekpo ọkụ nke afrocentric maka "Ladies First" gosipụtara "oge telivishọn" ma mebie ọganihu nke mmekọahụ na ịkpa ókè agbụrụ nke na-achịkwa vidiyo egwu n'oge ahụ. [42] Edepụtara egwu a na egwu 500 nke Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nke Shaped Rock and Roll, [43] wee bụrụ otu n'ime ederede izizi iji lebara ụkpụrụ ndakpọ nke mmekọrịta nwoke na nwanyị na ndụ obodo. [44] Onye edemede Tricia Rose kwupụtara na ọ "nyere hip-hop maka mmepe nke pro-nwanyị pro-black diasporas nsụhọ ndọrọ ndọrọ ọchịchị." [44] N'ihi ya, Okla Jones kwuru na egwu " UNITY "-nke egwu na-eche mkparị megide ụmụ nwanyị na omenala hip-hop ma na-eleba anya n'ụdị enweghị nkwanye ùgwù ndị ọzọ-mepụtara ụzọ maka ndị na-egwu egwu nwanyị n'ọdịnihu ka ha bụrụ "ezigbo onwe ha". [45] Magazin <i id="mwApU">Vibe akọwapụtala</i> ya dị ka nwanyị mbụ rapper gafere na TV & ihe nkiri, [46] dị ka onye na-ese ihe “mebiri ihe mgbochi ma setịpụ ụkpụrụ” maka ụmụ nwanyị ojii na egwu ịgbaso, wee kpọọ ya dị ka “Nwanyị mbụ nke hip. -Hop". [21] Na 2020, onye nchịkọta akụkọ Vogue Janelle Okwodu lere ya anya dị ka akara ngosi ejiji nke "nyere aka ịmalite mkparịta ụka gbasara onyonyo ahụ na-aga n'ihu ruo taa", na-eto ya n'etiti ndị mbụ na-ese ihe bụ ndị sụrụ ụzọ "ọnọdụ ihu igwe nke mkpokọta nha na ihe ngosi nke ụdị niile". [47]

Queen Latifah ghọrọ mmetụta na R&B, mkpụrụ obi, na ndị na-ese hip-hop, dị ka Eve, [48] Da Brat, [49] Lil'Kim, [50] Fugees, [51] Jill Scott, [52] Lauryn Hill, [53] Missy Elliott, [54] Remy Ma, [55] Ivy Queen, [56] Foxy Brown, [57] Nwada Dynamite, [58] Naughty site Nature, [59] Rapsody, [60] Megan Thee Stallion, [61] yana ndị na-eme ihe nkiri Michael K. Williams, [62] Keke Palmer, [63] Vin Diesel, [64] na onye edemede Jason Reynolds . [65] Onye na-egwu egwu Lin-Manuel Miranda ekwuola na Latifah kpaliri ihe ngosi nke Angelica Schuyler na egwu Hamilton . [66]

Ekele[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

  Queen Latifah ghọrọ nwanyị mbụ na-edekọ ihe nkiri hip-hop ka ahọpụtara ya maka Oscar . N'afọ 2003, Harvard Foundation nyere Queen Latifah Artist of the Year. [67] Na 2006, Latifah ghọrọ onye mbụ na-ese hip-hop nwetara kpakpando na Hollywood Walk of Fame, [68] ma kpọbakwara ya n'Ụlọ Nzukọ nke New Jersey na 2011. [69] N'ọrụ egwu ya, Queen Latifah erela ihe fọrọ nke nta ka ọ bụrụ nde abụọ na US. Mgbọrọgwụ ahụ họọrọ ya na nọmba 35 na ndepụta mgbọrọgwụ 100. [70] Na 2017, American Black Film Festival kwanyere Latifah ihe nrite ihe ngosi ihe ngosi. [71] Na 2018, ọ nwetara akara ugo mmụta Dọkịta nke Fine Arts site na Mahadum Rutgers . [72] Na 2019, Mahadum Harvard nyere Queen Latifah nrite WEB Du Bois maka onyinye omenala.

Ọ bụ onye nnata nke Grammy Award site na nhọpụta isii, onyinye Golden Globe, abụọ Screen Actors Guild Awards sitere na nhọpụta ise, abụọ NAACP Image Awards sitere na nhọpụta iri na atọ, otu Primetime Emmy Award site na nhọpụta atọ, na Academy Award nomination. N'afọ 2021, ọ natara ihe nrite BET Lifetime Achievement Award.

Ihe ngosi[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Albums Studio

  • Ekele dịrị eze nwanyị (1989)
  • Ọdịdị nke Sista' (1991)
  • Ọchịchị ojii (1993)
  • Iwu n'ụlọ ikpe (1998)
  • Album Dana Owens (2004)
  • Trav'lin' Light (2007)
  • Onye (2009)

Njegharị[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Latifah, Jill Scott na Erykah Badu sonyeere imepụta na nwe ikike nke Sugar Water Festival Tour, LLC. Ndị na-abụ abụ atọ niile gbakọrọ ọnụ mgbe ha na-akpọ egwu duo Floetry na 2005 na onye na-agụ egwú Kelis na 2006 dị ka mmeghe. Onye ọchị ọchị/onye na-eme ihe nkiri Mo'Nique jere ozi dị ka onye ọbịa maka njem mmiri mmiri nke 2006.

Ihe nkiri[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Year Title Role Notes
1991 Jungle Fever Lashawn
House Party 2 Zora
1992 Juice Ruffhouse M.C.
1993 Who's the Man? Herself Cameo
My Life Theresa
1996 Set It Off Cleopatra 'Cleo' Sims
1997 Hoodlum Sulie
1998 Living Out Loud Liz Bailey
Sphere Alice "Teeny" Fletcher
Mama Flora's Family Diana Television film
1999 The Bone Collector Thelma
Bringing Out the Dead Dispatcher Love (voice)
2002 Chicago Matron "Mama" Morton
Roberto Benigni's Pinocchio Dove (English voice)
Brown Sugar Francine
The Country Bears Cha-Cha
Living with the Dead Midge Harmon Television film
2003 Scary Movie 3 Aunt Shaneequa / The Oracle
Bringing Down the House Charlene Morton Producer
2004 Taxi Isabelle “Belle” Williams
The Cookout Mildred Smith Producer
Barbershop 2: Back in Business Gina Norris
2005 Beauty Shop Producer
The Muppets' Wizard of Oz Aunt Em Television film
2006 Stranger than Fiction Penny Escher
Ice Age: The Meltdown Ellie (voice)
Last Holiday Georgia Byrd
2007 Hairspray Motormouth Maybelle
The Perfect Holiday Mrs. Christmas Producer
Life Support Ana Wallace Television film; Producer
2008 Mad Money Nina Brewster
What Happens in Vegas Dr. Twitchell
The Secret Life of Bees August Boatwright
2009 Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs Ellie (voice)
2010 Valentine's Day Paula Thomas
Just Wright Leslie Wright Producer
2011 The Dilemma Susan Warner
2012 Ice Age: Continental Drift Ellie (voice)
Joyful Noise Vi Rose Hill
Steel Magnolias M'Lynn Television film
2013 House of Bodies Nicole Executive Producer
2014 22 Jump Street Mrs. Dickson
2015 Bessie Bessie Smith Television film
The Wiz Live! The Wiz Television film; NBC Musical based on The Wiz
2016 Miracles from Heaven Angela
Ice Age: Collision Course Ellie (voice)
2017 Girls Trip Sasha Franklin
Flint Iza Banks Television film[73]
2019 The Trap Dr. Obayuwana
2022 The Tiger Rising Willie May
Hustle TBA Post-production
End of the Road Brenda
TBA Paper Chase TBA Pre-production
Year Title Role Notes
1991 The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Marissa Redman / Dee Dee Episodes: "Working It Out" and "She Ain’t Heavy"
1997 Ellen Herself Episode: "Ellen Unplugged"
1993–98 Living Single Khadijah James Lead Role
1999–01 The Queen Latifah Show Herself Host; Creator / Executive Producer
2001 Spin City Robin Jones Episodes: "Yeah Baby!" and "Sleeping with the Enemy"
2003–08 Saturday Night Live Herself / Gwen Ifill Host; Episodes: "Queen Latifah/Ms. Dynamite", "Queen Latifah" and "Anne Hathaway/The Killers"
2004 Eve Simone Episode: "Party All the Time"
The Fairly OddParents Pam Dromeda (voice) Episode: "Crash Nebula"
2005 The Critic Herself (voice) Episode: "Lady Hawke"
47th Annual Grammy Awards Herself Host; Television special
2008 Sweet Blackberry Presents Narrator Episode: "Garrett's Gift"
2010 Entourage Herself Episode: "Porn Scenes from an Italian Restaurant"
30 Rock Regina Bookman Episode: "Let's Stay Together"
When I Was 17 Herself
2011 Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas Ellie (voice) Television special
2011–12 Single Ladies Sharon Love Recurring role; Executive Producer
2012 Let's Stay Together Bobbie Episode: "Beauty and the Birthday"; Executive producer
2013–15 The Queen Latifah Show Herself Host; Creator / Executive producer
2014 Hot In Cleveland Aunt Esther Jean Johnson Episode: "Strange Bedfellows"
Jimmy Kimmel Live! Sweet Brown Episode: "Sweet Brown: Ain’t Nobody Got Time for That"
2015 Lip Sync Battle Herself Episode: "Queen Latifah vs. Marlon Wayans"
2016 Ice Age: The Great Egg-Scapade Ellie (voice) Television special
2016–19 Star Carlotta Brown Main cast
2017 Empire Episode: "Noble Memory"
Carpool Karaoke: The Series Herself Episode: "Queen Latifah & Jada Pinkett Smith"
2019 The Little Mermaid Live![74] Ursula Television special
2020 Hollywood Hattie McDaniel Episodes: "A Hollywood Ending" and "Jump"
When the Streetlights Go On Detective Grasso Miniseries
2021 Maya and the Three Gran Bruja (voice)
2021–present The Equalizer Robyn McCall Lead Role; Executive producer

Onye nrụpụta[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Afọ Aha Ọrụ Ihe ndetu
2019 Tie mkpu: Mbilite n'ọnwụ N/A Onye na-emepụta ihe

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