Teyonah Parris Is Bae If you watched Empire last night then you saw that the bae of baes Teyonah Parris made her debut. We’ve been madly in love with her forever now and we get to see her every week.
Teyonah Parris: “I do think the conversation is shifting, for the better, to be more inclusive. When one of us gets it — light, dark, whatever you are — we’re all winning. As black women, we’re miles behind our white counterparts in being offered the space to create and craft female characters in major blockbuster […]
I've been A Teyonah Parris fan since she brought Dawn Chambers to life on a little show called Mad Men. The first black woman to work for fictional character Don Draper at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, was feisty, beautiful, and smart, yet real. Show More Summary
Actress Teyonah Parris, star of the breakout indie film “Dear White People,” has a new message for white Americans in the wake of the police shootings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile. Parris, who has previously tweeted support...Show More Summary
Teyonah Parris ("Chi-Raq," "Mad Men") is dazzling in a new TVONE film based on the life of R&B singer Miki Howard called "Love Under New Management: The Miki Howard Story." In an interview, director/co-writer Christine Swanson spokeShow More Summary
Teyonah Parris relished the opportunity to play Miki Howard, but had some apprehension. Continue reading…
The waters of biopics can be very treacherous as we've witnessed lately but TV ONE says they are treading very lightly with their first original film, "Love under New Management:" The Miki Howard story starring Teyonah Parris. The highly...Show More Summary
(Pictured: Dana Harris, Maril Davis, Vic Mahoney, Heather Zuhlke, Teyonah Parris, and Tichina Arnold)When the federal government announces an investigation looking into Hollywood’s discrimination against women both in front of and behind...Show More Summary
Hellooooo Teyonah… Teyonah Parris Attends The African?American Film Critics Association Awards Teyonah Parris of “Survivors Remorse/Chiraq” fame was recently spotted looking beautiful at the 7th Annual AAFCA Awards. The natural haired banger rocked a cobalt jumpsuit for the occasion…
On ESSENCE’s February Black History Month issue, the magazine celebrates ‘#BlackGirlMagic class of 2016 with 3 different covers of Chi-raq‘s Teyonah Parris, black-ish‘s Yara Shahidi, and civil rights activist Johnetta “Netta” Elzie....Show More Summary
Black girls rock! Teyonah Parris, Yara Shahidi And Netta Elzie Cover ESSENCE’s ‘Black Girl Magic’ Issue ESSENCE is paying tribute to three black women with a special edition of their February Black History month issue. Teyonah Parris, Black-ish star
Essence magazine gave us a big dose of #BlackGirlMagic on Wednesday with its reveal of the February 2016 issue. Featuring social activist Johnetta Elzie on one of three covers, which also include actresses Teyonah Parris and Yara Shahidi,...Show More Summary
In the wake of the recent Paris bombings, I sat down with newly minted Academy Award winner Spike Lee, and the cast of his new film Chi-raq. Nick Cannon, Teyonah Parris and John Cusack went on record to discuss the state of the country, the recent Paris attacks and how much tragedy we as a world can take. Show More Summary
Teyonah Parris reveals how bad her current situation is to Brian J. White in our exclusive clip from 'Where Children Play', available on DVD and VOD.
Meet The Gorgeous Star Of “Chi-Raq” Striking “Chi-Raq” star Teyonah Parris is turning heads (and wowing critics) with an incredibly riveting performance destined to launch her into mainstream Hollyweird stardom. Hit the flip to meet the breathtaking star of
Teyonah Parris and Samuel L. Jackson star in Spike Lee's film about gun violence in Chicago.
CHI-RAQ - Teyonah Parris, Samuel L. Jackson Krampus - Toni Collette, Adam Scott A Royal Night Out - Sarah Gadon, Rupert Everett
Teyonah Parris — whose style I always enjoy; her Emmys dress made our Best Dressed of 2015 list at Cosmo — is currently staring in the new Spike Lee movie CHI-RAQ, along with Nick Cannon (whose style, actually, I also always enjoy), and I cannot tell you how delighted I am that she’ll be making Read More...
Long before the Friday release of Spike Lee's latest movie, "Chi-Raq," the film's theme and tone stirred controversy, particularly in the city where it's set, Chicago. A modern retelling of the Greek tragedy "Lysistrata" by Aristophanes, Lee places the title character against a backdrop of gangs...