The popular veteran American actress and producer, Viola Davis has claimed her entire life has been a protest.
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.
The Oscar and Emmy winner stated that she overcame long odds to make it in Hollywood.
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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