Tracee Ellis Ross
Tracee Ellis Ross
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Tracee Ellis Ross: Pain Is Not A Stopping Point, It's A Chance To Persevere
Huffington Post - 13 days
Tracee Ellis Ross has never been one to shy away from being honest.  She’s beloved in Hollywood for telling it like it is and having fun while doing it. But she’s also keenly aware of the need for perseverance to survive life’s pain and challenges. The Golden Globe-winning actress has recently partnered with, yes, pain relief brand Motrin to launch their #WomanInProgress campaign, which aims to empower women by transforming the way they view painful moments and encourages them to see that pain can mean progress. “We all know pain is a part of life,” Ross told The Huffington Post. “But I think changing our relationship to pain and looking at it in a different way is really revolutionary and important in how women and people move forward in their lives.”  Ross is right; reflecting on our pain is usually a private act that often reminds us of unflattering moments and memories. But Ross says it’s important that we explore ways to try to acknowledge and grow from such challengin ...
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Tracee Ellis Ross and Jesse Williams star in Kenzo S/S ad campaign
Yahoo News - 22 days
For Spring-Summer 17, Kenzo has done something different from most of the other big-name fashion houses. While a large number of brands have once again opted for high-profile models for their new campaign, with Bella Hadid leading the way, Kenzo has enlisted two world famous actors and a young musician who has attracted plenty of buzz with her very first songs.
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PHOTOS: Tracee Ellis Ross Sparkles on Red Carpet
ABC News - 26 days
This month's hottest celebrity pictures.
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Anthony Anderson, Tracee Ellis Ross on 'Black-ish' Tackling Trump Presidency
ABC News - about 1 month
ABC’s “Black-ish” has never shied away from controversial, hot-button issues.
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The 'Stranger Things' Kids Took Selfies With ALL The Stars At The Golden Globes
Huffington Post - about 1 month
The youngest cast members of “Stranger Things” are A-list stars in their own right. But even they couldn’t resist being star-struck during Sunday’s 2017 Golden Globe Awards. Millie Bobby Brown, who plays the beloved Eleven in the Golden Globe-nominated Netflix show, took full advantage of her own star power to get the most epic collection of celebrity selfies during the awards weekend. She snagged photos with more than 30 stars in the past few days, including Pharrell Williams, Emma Stone, Amy Adams, Jonah Hill, Priyanka Chopra, Ryan Gosling, two of the three Jonas brothers and Blake Lively, to name a few. We’re not sure who’s more lucky ― Brown or the celebs who had the opportunity to take a picture with the talented 12-year-old? this has been the most incredible and overwhelming few days of my life! I cannot believe I had the chance to meet these amazing actors. Congratulations to all the winners last night and a special shoutout to @thecrownnetflix bringing ...
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Party Coverage: Scene City: Viola Davis, Ryan Reynolds and Tracee Ellis Ross Celebrate After the Golden Globe Awards
NYTimes - about 1 month
InStyle and Warner Bros. host a splashy party following the ceremony.
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For Obama, It's The Last Of His Greats: 21 Awarded Presidential Medals of Freedom
Huffington Post - 3 months
For the final time in his presidency, Barack Obama awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the country’s highest civilian honor, to 21 recipients at the White House on Tuesday.  Honorees included entertainers Tom Hanks and Diana Ross, philanthropists Bill and Melinda Gates, architect Frank Gehry, scientist Margaret Hamilton, and athletes Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and (a crying) Michael Jordan, whom Obama noted “was more than just an internet meme.” President Obama: Michael Jordan is more than just an Internet meme. #CryingJordan #MedalofFreedom — Keith Boykin (@keithboykin) November 22, 2016 The honor is awarded to individuals who have made “especially meritorious contributions to the security or national interests of the United States, to world peace, or to cultural or other significant public or private endeavors,” the White House said in a statement earlier this month in announcing the nominees.  Michael Jordan, at 53, was this yea ...
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Gwen Stefani Is Not Playing Games In This Elaborate, Midriff-Baring Ombre Gown
Huffington Post - 3 months
When you’re a Woman of the Year, you’ve got to go big or go home. Gwen Stefani pulled out all the stops Monday night at Glamour’s Women of the Year party in a jaw-dropping Marchesa gown with a peplum, larger-than-life full skirt and a bare midriff created by criss-crossing halter straps.  Stefani was named “The Icon” for decades of showing “how to summon strength through self-expression,” the magazine wrote, and was joined by a slew of notable attendees at the bash in Los Angeles. Fellow recipient Simone Biles looked gorgeous in a blue and black fitted dress, while Tracee Ellis Ross wowed in red metallics. Vogue editor Anna Wintour even took off her sunglasses for the occasion. Check out the many noteworthy looks and attendees at Glamour’s Women of the Year awards below.  type=type=RelatedArticlesblockTitle=Related... + articlesList=56416d71e4b0307f2caecc87,56462070e4b045bf3deedfa2,5829e1f6e4b060adb56f5203 -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffi ...
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30 Black Voters Display Their Pride On Election Day
Huffington Post - 4 months
On Tuesday, like their fellow patriots, black Americans are headed to the polls to show just how powerful their votes are, despite the hinderances they still face.  Sure, there are reports that early voting among black voters in key states were lagging, but social media users shared their civic pride by stunting with their “I Voted” stickers on Instagram and Twitter. Celebrities like Halle Berry, Aja Naomi King and Tracee Ellis Ross showed off their stickers and stressed the need to vote on Election Day, too. “If I can my ass up this early and vote. You can too. Let’s go family!!!” Ice Cube tweeted. Entertainment and culture director of Ebony Britni Danielle shared that she “did it for the ancestors.” And NFL player Larry Fitzgerald reminded his followers that “Every vote counts!!!”  Check out these 30 famous and everyday black voters who are showing off their voter pride this Election Day.  -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is ...
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The Subtle Beauty Trend You Probably Didn't Notice At The Emmys
Huffington Post - 5 months
If you watched the Emmy Awards red carpet Sunday night, you might have noticed a few things: a lot of yellow gowns, for starters, and Sarah Paulson and Kerry Washington completely obliterating the game, for finishers.  One thing you may not have picked up on? An extremely heavy showing of not-so-heavy eyeliner. That’s right, stars like Kristen Bell and Tracee Ellis Ross traded in the typically deep, smoky liner look seen on the carpet for a softer, more natural look. Some appeared to opt for a lighter color than black and some wore none at all. All of them, of course, looked stunning and are totally inspiring our next night out makeup routine: Big lashes and minimal liner anyone? Take a look at some of our favorite looks from the night below. But fear not, heavy eyeliner enthusiasts. Emily Ratajkowski was on hand to satisfy your dramatic eye makeup craving. CORRECTION: An earlier version of this post identified Georgia King as Maggie Grace. It has been updated to ref ...
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37 Perfect Tweets From Women About The 2016 Emmys
Huffington Post - 5 months
This year’s Emmy’s did not disappoint, and neither did the hilarious women of Twitter. Even though Jimmy Kimmel couldn’t make it through the night without an off-color Bill Cosby joke, and we didn’t get to see Tracee Ellis Ross take home an Emmy for her role in “Black-ish,” there were still some fantastic moments for women at the show.  Jill Soloway called for the toppling of the patriarchy on live TV, and Amy Schumer gave o.b. tampons a nod on the red carpet. Kate McKinnon gave a wonderfully endearing speech ― making sure to thank Hillary Clinton! ― and Marcia Clark finally got her due with a big nod from Sarah Paulson, who took home an Emmy for playing Clark in “The People v. O.J. Simpson.”  Of course, it wouldn’t be an award show without commentary from our favorite women on Twitter. Below are 37 spot-on tweets about the 2016 Emmys: Kate McWINNING #Emmys — Cameron Esposito (@cameronesposito) September 19, 2016 Yo! He's ALIVE!!!!! #Emmys https:// ...
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Julia Louis-Dreyfus Reveals Father's Death In Emotional Emmys Speech
Huffington Post - 5 months
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Tracee Ellis Ross
  • 2016
    Age 43
    Ross's 2016 nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series was the first for an African-American woman in that category in 30 years.
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  • 2015
    Age 42
    In 2015 Ross was awarded an honorary doctorate of fine art (honoris causa) by Brown University.
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  • 2014
    Age 41
    In 2014, Ross was cast in the ABC comedy series, Black-ish, opposite Anthony Anderson.
    More Details Hide Details She plays the female lead role of Dr. Rainbow Johnson. The series debuted with generally positive reviews from critics. Ross received two NAACP Image Awards and received nominations for a Critics' Choice Television Award and a Primetime Emmy Award for her performance in the series.
  • 2012
    Age 39
    In 2012, Ross starred in the NBC drama pilot Bad Girls.
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    In August 2012, it was announced that Ross would not return for Season Two.
    More Details Hide Details In 2011, she appeared in the Lifetime film Five directed by Alicia Keys. The performance in film earned her nominations for a NAACP Image Award and Black Reel Awards for Outstanding Actress in a Television Movie or Mini-Series.
    She won a third NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series in 2012 for her performance in the series.
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  • 2011
    Age 38
    Ross starred in the sitcom, Reed Between the Lines, with Malcolm-Jamal Warner airing on BET starting in October 2011.
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    In 2011, Ross appeared in four episodes of CSI as the estranged wife of Laurence Fishburne's character.
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  • 2010
    Age 37
    In 2010, she appeared in an episode of Private Practice as a pregnant doctor.
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  • 2009
    Age 36
    She appeared in the 2009 film Labor Pains.
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  • 2007
    Age 34
    In 2007, Ross starred with her brother Evan Ross and Queen Latifah in the HBO movie Life Support, That same year, she appeared in the Tyler Perry theatrical movie, Daddy's Little Girls.
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    In 2007, Ross won an NAACP Image Award in the category, Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series for her role on the series.
    More Details Hide Details She won a second Image Award for the role in 2009.
  • 2000
    Age 27
    In 2000, she landed her first major studio role in Diane Keaton's Hanging Up.
    More Details Hide Details The same year, she broke into comedy as a regular performer in the MTV series The Lyricist Lounge Show, a hip-hop variety series mixing music, dramatic sketches, and comedic skits. Ross' biggest career achievement came when she landed the lead role in the hit UPN/CW series Girlfriends in which she starred as the show's main protagonist Joan Carol Clayton — a successful (and often neurotic) lawyer looking for love, challenges, and adventure. The series centered on four (later three) young African-American women, and their male best friend.
  • 1998
    Age 25
    In 1998, she starred as a former high school track star who remained silent about having been abused at the hands of a coach, in the NBC made-for-TV movie Race Against Fear: A Moment of Truth.
    More Details Hide Details Her next role was an independent feature film Sue.
  • 1996
    Age 23
    Ross made her big screen debut in 1996, playing a Jewish/African-American woman in the independent feature film Far Harbor.
    More Details Hide Details The following year, she debuted as host of The Dish, a Lifetime TV magazine series keeping tabs on popular culture.
  • 1994
    Age 21
    She attended Brown University, where she appeared in plays, and graduated in 1994 with a theatre degree.
    More Details Hide Details She later worked in the fashion industry, as a model and contributing fashion editor to Mirabella and New York magazine.
  • 1972
    Born on October 29, 1972.
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