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.
Bringing together the brightest stars in Hollywood, the 2013 Screen Actors Guild Awards made for an incredible evening of fun and entertainment on Sunday (January 27).
Celebrities from television and film gathered together to honor the best in the business at the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles earlier this evening, while taking a moment to celebrate Dick Van Dyke as he took home the 49th Annual Life Achievement Award.
It was an exciting scene at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles last night (December 2), as CNN held their “CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute.”
“Glee” star Jane Lynch showed up for the shindig, looking sharp in a black suit as she smiled for the cameras in the arrivals area. She was joined by the adorable Miranda Cosgrove who looked lovely in a black dress with a bright red lip.
Adding another accolade to her already impressive collection, Viola Davis was honored by the National Domestic Workers Alliance in Washington, DC on Wednesday (November 14).
Elegant in a black above-the-knee dress, the 47-year-old beauty accepted the Voice of Love Award for Uplifting the Voices of Domestic Workers in Popular Culture honor at a reception at the National Museum of Women in the Arts.
Bringing together quite the esteemed lineup of Tinseltown talent, the19th Annual ELLE 'Women in Hollywood' Celebration took place at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills on Monday night (October 15).
Lending her time to help benefit a more than worthwhile cause, Viola Davis hosted the Rape Treatment Center Brunch at Greenacres, the home of Ron Burkle, in Beverly Hills, CA on Sunday (October 14).
The Tony award-winning actress looked flawless in a belted pink frock and strappy heels as she welcomed fellow celebrity attendees like David Schwimmer and Sophia Bush before honoring the guest of honor, Norman Lear.
Speaking out on the importance of education, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Viola Davis appeared at a special screening of their upcoming film "Won't Back Down" followed by a Q&A in New York City this past week.
Opening September 28th, the movie stars the two Academy Award nominees as determined mothers who decide to fight the inner city school system for the sake of their faltering children while ending up creating their own school.