“My Entire Life Has Been A Protest” – Actress Viola Davis Covers Vanity Fair Magazine (Photos)

The popular veteran American actress and producer, Viola Davis has claimed her entire life has been a protest.

Actress Viola Davis Covers Vanity Fair Magazine

The movie star made this known as the Vanity Fair Magazine had an interview and a story on her.

Viola Davies became the first Black woman ever to win an Emmy for lead actress in a

drama for ‘How to Get Away With Murder.’

In 2017, she won an Oscar for her supporting role as Rose Maxson in ‘Fences’—a part for

which she also collected a Tony.

"My Entire Life Has Been A Protest" - Actress Viola Davis Covers Vanity Fair Magazine (Photos)

The Oscar and Emmy winner stated that she overcame long odds to make it in Hollywood.

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The ‘How To Get Away With Murder’ star who is to feature on the new series “First Ladies”

where she is to star as Michelle Obama has been always been a force to reckon with in the movie industry.

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