Viola Davis broke into the movie world with a strong role in Traffic and then Solaris. Since then Viola Davis has been building her resume and raising two children with her husband Julius Tennon. Viola pictures from Doubt with video clips Gossipcenter.
It’s always a treat when our favorite stars read the nasty messages fans write about them online, and last night (December 16) “Jimmy Kimmel Live” served up another round of “Celebrity Mean Tweets.”
Probably the most brash moment came when Sarah Paulson recited, “Sarah Paulson is annoying when she yells… or cries… or talks… or exists,” and replied with, "Bite me, motherf**ker. That’s how I feel about that. You can bite me in the f**king a**hole."
She’s a two-time Oscar nominee with plenty of promise for a long and illustrious career, but things haven’t always been so positive for Viola Davis.
In her new interview with Glamour magazine, the “Help” actress explained that she often went without proper nutrition as a child. “We had no food. It was like, If you don't eat it now, it'll be gone, and you're going to be hungry for the next—Lord, who knows how long.”
She was thrilled to conquer the Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series category at the 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards last night (January 25) and Viola Davis made sure she mentioned her daughter has been an inspiration for her.
The “How to Get Away With Murder” star explained, "When I tell my daughter stories at night, inevitably a few things happen. Number one, I use my imagination. I always start with life and then I build from there. And the other thing that happens is she always says, 'Mommy, can you put me in the story?’”
For many movie and television fans, the SAG Awards trophy is the one that really counts, and on Sunday (January 25) the Screen Actors Guild handed out a slew of hardware to some very deserving recipients.
Not surprisingly, “Birdman” ended up winning the Outstanding Performance By a Cast in a Motion Picture honors, giving Michael Keaton, Naomi Watts and Edward Norton something to smile about.