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Zenobia

 ZENOBIA           “I ride a 1996 Honda Magna and sing, not always at the same time, but sometimes I get to ride and sing for good causes. That’s how I roll. I don’t play games here…or anywhere else for that fact…”                                                 “How can I serve…?” ZENOBIA was born in Los Angeles, …

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Jonelle Allen

Jonelle                       Allen       “What sums me up is Eclectic and Versatile!” “What I tell young actors is LEARN your Craft.” “When I was seven years old, the Hallmark Hall of Fame, produced Green Pastures (directed by George Schaeffer) with William Warfield as De Lawd and Rochester as Noah, Estelle Hensley was the Sunday …

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Marc Copage

MARC  COPAGE by Dale Ricardo Shields    “You might say… I’ve lived life from top to bottom” “Overcoming ones self… Setting the soul free!” “Our deepest fear is not how small we are, but how great we can become.  It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us.” ―  Marianne Williamson Dale Ricardo Shields …

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Mahalia Jackson – Singer

Mahalia Jackson Written By Raven Campbell Born:  October 26, 1911 as Mahala Jackson, later changed to Mahalia Jackson in 1931. Mahalia was the third child to John A. Jackson, a barber and preacher, and Charity Clark. Mahalia Jackson grew up in a shotgun home shared by 13 people. Raised by her Aunt Duke after her …

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