After conquering the world of entertainment, Tyler Perry next set his sights on his own physique. In the November issue of Men's Health, the 43-year-old media mogul revealed a 30-pound weight loss.
Sporting a tight black t-shirt, the Madea creator explained how he felt compelled to get in shape after being cast in the upcoming movie "Alex Cross." As for the results, he admits, "I walk into a room with a lot more confidence. All my life I've tried to hide my height. I was taller than everybody else and stood out, so I would slouch and try to hide it. But with what I've been able to do with my body, I'm owning it. I'm standing up when I walk into a room."
After rumors started swirling this morning (May 30) that Bobbi Kristina Brown walked off the set of her latest show, the series creator Tyler Perry jumped to her defense.
In a report put out by Radar online on Wednesday, sources claimed that Whitney Houston's daughter quit the TBS comedy "For Better or Worse" a few weeks ago because she was still dealing with her mother's death.
Delivering theatergoers his latest cinematic offering, "Tyler Perry's Good Deeds" has now hit big screens nationwide (February 24).
The dramedy stars Mr. Perry himself, alongside an all-star supporting cast including Thandie Newton, Eddie Cibrian, Gabrielle Union, Jordenn Thompson, Beverly Johnson, Phylicia Rashad, Brian White, Rebeca Romijn and Jamie Kennedy.