Viola is an ambassador who fights to eradicate Childhood Hunger. Viola is married to Julius Tennon and a mother to her daughter Genesis.
2014-Present | Crime, Drama, Mystery
as: Annalise Keating
Annalise Keating, a brilliant, charismatic and seductive professor of defense law, teaches a class called How to Get Away With Murder. Annalise, also a criminal defense attorney, selects a group of students -- the best and the brightest -- to assist with cases at her firm alongside her employees, the trustworthy and discreet Frank and Bonnie, an associate attorney. Mysteries arise that test everyone's limits and reveal dark truths.
Filming | Drama
as: Ma Rainey
When Ma Rainey, the "Queen of the Blues," makes a record in a studio in Chicago, 1927, tensions boil between her, her white agent and producer, and bandmates.
"One in five children in this country don’t know where their next meal is coming from. I was one of those kids. There is no reason why kids should have to go through what I went through. I know that telling my story will continue to heighten our awareness surrounding this problem and we will keep fighting to end childhood hunger in this country."
To learn more about this campaign and the part Viola plays in it go here.
"You Are Not Alone."
Over the past few years Viola has leant her voice to help bring awareness to those who have been effected by sexual abuse through the me too movement. She has shared her own story and those of others she has met to bring awareness. "I am speaking today not just for the Me Toos, because I was a Me Too. But when I raise my hand, I am aware of all the women who are still in silence.The women who are faceless. The women who don't have the money and don't have the constitution and who don't have the confidence. And who don't have the images in our media that gives them a sense of self-worth enough to break their silence that is rooted in the shame of assault."
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I love how the Davis sisters are together to share their story!
Viola Davis and her sisters Dianne Davis Wright and Deloris Grant join TODAY to talk about teaming with Merck on “A Touch of Sugar,” a documentary funded by the pharma company about diabetes health care. For more, visit ATouchOfSugarFilm.com.