After being publicly shamed for working at Trader Joe's, he's celebrating because he's landed a role on "The Haves and the Have Nots."
New doors are certainly opening for Geoffrey Owens, after the 57-year-old actor was shamed for having a job at Trader Joe's.
In the words of Tiffany Haddish, she ready…for a new car. And that's exactly what she got in the form of a generous gift from Tyler Perry.
Tyler Perry has long known what “Acrimony” star Taraji P. Henson is worth. He told her exactly the salary to ask for the last time they worked together.
On "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah," entertainment mogul Tyler Perry answered a very serious question: Is there one thing money has changed in your life you would never want to let go of? Turns out, it's something simple, and yet so huge.
Animated film tells story of Jesus's birth from animals' point of view, with voices of Steven Yeun, Anthony Anderson, Kelly Clarkson, Oprah Winfrey, and more.
Tyler Perry stopped by "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" as the lovable Madea to field questions as the newest Trump administration White House communications director.
Tyler Perry Donates $1M to Hurricane Relief with a Portion to Joel Osteen’s Church
On "Oprah’s Master Class," Hollywood heavyweight Tyler Perry opened up about why he still takes care of the man who physically and verbally abused him during his childhood — the man he thought was his father, Emmitt Perry Sr.
Joel McHale brought the entertainment community together as he hosted the People’s Choice Awards Wednesday night. As is tradition with awards show hosts, Joel made some pretty controversial political jokes, like “2016 was a very interesting year. Joel got the night off to a funny start, and the laughs continued when Kevin Hart won Favorite Comedic Movie Actor.
Kristen Bell was fighting an uphill battle when she presented Tyler Perry with the Favorite Humanitarian Award at the People's Choice Awards Wednesday night. Ever the professional, she fought through a teleprompter failure.
On Taraji’s White Hot Holidays, there was holiday spirit, in the form of Tyler Perry’s Madea character as a ghost confronting evil talent show judge Bethany Scrooge.
Too Close To Home: Tyler Perry’s White-Trash Soap Opera For TLC I would call Monday night’s premiere of Too Close To Home—TLC’s first scripted drama, created, written, and directed by Tyler Perry—a riot of tone and style, but that might suggest an organized chaos that the two-hour premiere lacked. The tale of a young woman caught up in a Presidential sex scandal… –no, wait: The tale of the poor inhabitants of a trailer park… well, Too Close To Home was really both of these, and so much less. The ostensible center of the show is Anna (Danielle Savre), a perennially woeful-looking gal who’s working in the social office of the White House and has convinced her fellow interns that her parents are fabulously wealthy.
By Jeff Sneider Tyler Perry Studios announced today that they have started production on a new Madea film, Boo! A Madea Halloween, which will be distributed by Lionsgate. Tyler Perry will write, produce, direct, and star in the latest project with the popular character Madea. Ozzie Areu and Will Areu will also be producers on the film. The film’s origins date back to when Perry and Chris Rock conspired to include a fictitious Madea Halloween movie in Rock’s film Top Five.
Country superstar Trisha Yearwood has signed on for the role of Mary in Fox’s live staging of “The Passion,” hosted by Tyler Perry. The two-hour musical telecast is set to air March 20, on Palm Sunday. It will originate live from New Orleans, using iconic locations in the Crescent City. The telecast promises to feature... Read more »