A native Chicagoan, award-winning actress Trisha Mann-Grant attended Roosevelt University for Music Education with a scholarship in Voice Performance. This former Miss Black Chicago is also a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, as well as a writer, motivational speaker and print model in Ebony and Jet magazines for Raveen and Fashion Fair. She has toured with Luster Hair products and has been featured on billboards and commercials.
Mann-Grant moved to L.A. and booked her first television show with Lou Rawls and Terry Bradshaw. Following this appearance, she starred in various theater shows, including The Great Women of Color (in which Drama- ogue stated that, “Trisha’s performance was anger-personified”), The Visit, An Evening of Shakespeare with Charles Dutton, Jeffery’s Plan with Kellita Smith, Howard Hewett’s Say Amen, and Souled Out. She received noteworthy reviews for her work with Stephanie Mills, Malik Yoba and Tommy Ford in David E. Talbert’s His Woman His Wife. Along with favorable reviews for her performance in If You Don’t Believe: A Love Story (produced by singer Denise Williams), Mann-Grant was also nominated by the NAACP.
She has produced, directed and written songs for her own God-inspired play, Mama’s Will, Ted Lange’s Washington’s Boy, Hope Runs Eternal, Eddie Lee Baker is Dead with Wendy Raquel Robinson, and Unbound. She also toured in The Clean Up Woman, Mrs. Independent, and more. Her sitcom/series roles include Tyler Perry’s Love Thy Neighbor, Cold Case, The Parkers, Eve, All about The Andersons and Method and Red. Trisha starred and received awards for her work in the feature films Reunion (Best supporting Actress at the San Diego Noir Film Festival and Best Actress from the African American Arts Alliance in Chicago),The Last Fall (opposite of Lance Gross), Relationships, The Man In 3B, Big Bag of Money, Who Can I Run To, Blood Money, CH 27, Section 8. Lord All Men Can't Be Dogs with Vivica Fox, The Lying Truth, and
Growing Up in Two Generations.
In addition, Mann-Grant has hosted L.A. Webfests 2011-2013, Jon Gheri Fashion Shows, Help Me Help You, and has interviewed celebrities for various Red Carpet events. She created and hosts MANN TALK. She still writes screenplays and recently released her CD of poetry, Introducing The PoeTrish , and her first book, AMAZING TESTIMONIES (found on Amazon.com).
Brély Evans is a beautiful multi-talented native from Oakland, California. She is an Actress, Vocalist, Comedienne, and Voice Over Talent. Whether Evans is making
you cry in a drama, laugh in a comedy, or challenging you intellectually through her
thought-provoking discussions as a talk show host and radio personality, she finds
time to guest speak and serve as an ambassador for several national brands. Evans
says it is her faith, drive, positive outlook, and commitment to excellence that
continues to reward her with career opportunities.
In the stage play, Two Can Play That Game, Evans quickly became a fan favorite.
Recognized for her ability to captivate an audience, she was cast opposite Queen
Latifah in 20th Century FOX's Just Wright. Her comedic timing resulted in the
expansion of her role as Sabrina. It was this same power-packed persona that
afforded her an opportunity to work with the late Whitney Houston in the SONY
Evans extended into television and is recognized for her recurring role as Nichelle
Nichols, Gabrielle Union’s best friend, on BET’s Being Mary Jane. Her reach
continued to expand with projects such as Regina King’s directorial debut Let
The Church Say Amen. She was also cast in a lead opposite Lamman Rucker in
the film, The Man In 3B. Evans starred in the short film, Black Rose, with Tyrese
and Jennifer Hudson, and was the leading lady in TVOne’s You Can’t Fight Christmas.
She recently wrapped on a comedy series, The Last Call, starring opposite Carl
Anthony Payne. She is looking forward to creating her newest character, Rondell
Lancaster, in the upcoming series titled, Ambition, for the OWN NETWORK. She will
also have a recurring role in BET’s hot new series, The Family Business.
In addition, Evans coaches people in her series, Get Your Act Together and Start
Living Your Dreams, both national and internationally through her company
Water Walkers Worldwide, Inc., which has recently opened a Talent Management
Carolyn joined Crandell's Enterprises Inc. in 2007 with comprehensive experience in corporate management, network technology and process development. As CIO, Carolyn is responsible for cost-effective operations and strategic long-term success by implementing new technology, systems, protocols and quality measurements. Carolyn was certified as a trainer by the American Psychiatric Association in 2017 for integrated Care, Collaborative Care Model. She developed the Certified Mental Health Technician Course with a National Certification, that is being offered fully online and, in a classroom, setting in collaboration with Durham Technical Community College.
Carolyn has numerous years in Public Relations and Media. She has developed, manage and launched several marketing campaigns over the years. Her unique skills have provided her the opportunity to work with small and large organizations in bring their ideas from concept toreality. Her forward thinking and transformation leadership style brings about unique and creative ideas. She embraces change. She is also a radio personality for the talk show "Talk Back" aired on Foxy 107/104.3, Radio One, the largest urban radio station in North Carolina. She is a native of North Carolina and enjoys reading, learning and spending time with family.
Jay Hunter is the charismatic actor who stars as “Ian” on the OWN television
drama series Tyler Perry’s If Loving You Is Wrong. He is also known for his physical,
“tough guy” roles in films like Max Payne and Animal II, as well as television series
like Nikita and The Bridge. Hunter has since become a much sought-after and versatile actor. In March 2018, he appeared in the feature film Acrimony, working
once again with Perry and playing opposite Empire sensation Taraji P. Henson.
He was also a co-star on the superhero action series Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD.
The Buffalo, NY native’s big break happened while playing professionally for the Arena Football League. He was a natural for the role of Beals in the ESPN
original series Playmakers. Today, Hunter is expanding his career by producing
films and television shows focusing on historical figures in African-American culture.
In addition to acting, Hunter is a former high school English and history teacher
for California's Los Angeles Public School System. Although no longer teaching, community development is a significant cause to him, especially when it concerns
the needs of children. He continues to actively explore philanthropic activities in education and athletics geared towards supporting underprivileged youth.
Sean Blakemore is an actor who has an extensive acting resume. He portrayed Shawn Butler on the ABC daytime drama General Hospital, a role he began playing from January 21, 2011 until 2016. Blakemore was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for his role on General Hospital in 2012 and won the award in 2016. He presently has roles on Lethal Weapon and Greenleaf.
Eltony Williams has received widespread notoriety for his role as the psychopathic
psychologist Randal on Tyler Perry’s If Loving You is Wrong. But before making
the move to Los Angeles and beginning his television career, the versatile actor
has acted professionally on stage and on-screen since performing at the
acclaimed Steppenwolf Theatre stage in Chicago, IL. Williams’s early professional
career began in the hit shows ER and Criminal Minds. In total, Williams has appeared
in over thirty television shows, including Bones, Revenge, True Detective, and Designated Survivor.
Williams was born in Chicago, Illinois to his mother –the hardworking, loving, and no-
nonsense Carrie Williams– and his father Eltony Williams Sr, a United States Marine of
23 years. When he is not acting, Williams spends his time writing stories and
screenplays. He also enjoys getting his hands dirty and doing anything active.
Whether he is building an addition to his house or bodybuilding at the gym, he loves a
challenge. Currently, Williams is developing a self-written television series that he is
also slated to produce and direct.
Patrice Lovely began her career in 1996 and has since starred in numerous stage productions including A Good Man is Hard to Find, When a Woman’s Fed Up, The Blacker the Berry, the Sweeter the Juice, Where Have all the Good Men Gone?,
Lord, Why Do I Keep Choosing the Wrong Man, Stranger in My House, Confessions,
Marriage Material, Tyler Perry’s The Haves and The Have Nots, and Madea Gets a Job. Tyler Perry- produced Madea’s Christmas, I Don’t Want to Do Wrong,
and Madea Gets a Job. She has also been recently seen in Perry’s Love Thy Neighbor on OWN; as well as Tyler Perry’s BOO! and BOO 2! A Madea Halloween.
Lovely is also a highly acclaimed vocalist. Her stunning voice is so powerful
that critics declared it an incomparable and timeless instrument that baffles the
mind. She has shared the stage with world-renowned artists including Gerald
Levert, Carl Payne, Terri J. Vaughn, Lisa Raye, D.C. Curry, T-Boz, Kirk Franklin,
Lenny Williams, TANK, Ginuwine, and many more. She was also a yearly featured performer on the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN). Lovely has recorded
two gospel albums: “Glory Road” and “Seven Days."
In 2004, Lovely became the first African-American female ringmaster in the world
for the Universal Soul Circus. She dedicated herself to making people laugh all
over the world as the hilarious character known as Mabelle, which is the first and
only character of its kind to hit the stage.
She believes in keeping God first in everything she does. She lives by this famous
quote from the Bible: “Seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness,
and all these things shall be added unto you.”
Lovely has stood behind thousands of curtains that were opened to showcase her never-ending talents. However, it is yet to be unveiled the impact she will have on
Miguel A. Núñez Jr. was born on August 11, 1964 in New York City, New York, USA. He
is an actor and producer known for The Return of the Living Dead , Street Fighter
and Scooby-Doo. Núñez is also known for his role in Juwanna Man & Life with Eddie
Murphy. He can be seen on the new BET hit drama Family Business. He is the
producer and creator of Belle’s for TVOne - Sparks Sparks & Sparks sitcom. He has been married to Yulanda Simon since 1994. They have two children.
Originally from Philadelphia, LaMont Ferrell has been a professional writer for almost
twenty years and has written and produced over a dozen TV shows. Some of the
shows he has written for include BET’s Nothin’ But a Women, the WB’s The Parent’
Hood, and UPN’s Moesha, starring actress Brandy. As a co-writer, he won The Media
Projects 2000 SHINE AWARD for a Moesha episode.
Ferrell hopes to have his own show on the air in the near future. He sold the pilots, Old
School to the Fox Network and The Trouble with Girls to the UPN Network. After
working as a writer/producer for UPN’s hit show, Girlfriends, Ferrell ventured into the
motion picture arena. He helped re-write The Cookout, starring Queen Latifah, and is
shopping the feature film, Family Business (a film based on the true story of his
family’s restaurant business in Philadelphia). Ferrell has formed his own production
company, Just Jokes Entertainment. Through this, he produced and directed three
volumes of the stand-up comedy DVD series, LaMont Ferrell’s Just Jokes Comedy
Tour, which features himself, several nationally known comedians, and hilarious
skits. He also has worked on Nick Cannon’s Short Circuitz sketch comedy show
for MTV and was one of the writers hired by Tyler Perry to help write over
one hundred episodes for The House of Payne. LaMont has also written for Are We There Yet for TBS, as well as Reed Between the Lines and Let’s Stay Together on BET.
His pilot, Big Shot, was executive-produced by Oscar Award-winner Jamie Foxx and
former NBA player Kenny Smith and later purchased by TBS. Additionally, his
original pilot, You’re Joking, Right? won Outstanding Comedy Series at the LA
WEBFEST. As an actor, you’ve might have seen him in his recurring role on the hit
NBC show, The Office.
Recently, Ferrell has written and produced the hit family sitcom, Mann & Wife, starring
real-life husband and wife gospel duo David and Tamela Mann. He is also executive
producing and directing the documentary, The Wise Old Owl, about the outspoken
Hall of Fame Basketball Coach, John Chaney. In 2010, Ferrell also launched his master
writing class for aspiring sitcom writers. His very popular Sitcom 101 Writing Class has
been taken by hundreds of students from across the country and around the world.
Ferrell is currently the head writer and showrunner for the new sitcom, Last Call, which
is slated to premier on Bounce TV in January 2019.
Cas Sigers-Beedles is a professional writer of 15 years. To date, she has authored six
women’s fiction publications under Kensington Press: Pieces of a Man, Love is Simple
Forever is Tricky, At Last I Bloom, The Virgin Widow, Three Chords & the Truth and
Chocolate Dove. Her novels can be found throughout the United States and on the shelves of national bookstore chains such as Target and Walmart. Her 7th novel, Chimwala, is available on Amazon.
Her written works also include over a dozen screenplays; several have been optioned
to major networks and production houses. With the 2005 creation of Nina Holiday Entertainment (NHE), alongside business partner and actress Terri J. Vaughn,
Sigers-Beedles' role in the television and film industry has expanded significantly. In 2014, she wrote and produced Where’s the Love, a feature film for UPTV and starred
Lamman Rucker, Denise Boutte, and LeToya Luckett. She also wrote and executive produced the Girlfriends Getaway feature film series for TVOne.
Most recently Sigers-Beedles penned the screenplay for Hit A Lick - a bio based on
the Falicia Blakely murders. She is currently writing the Xscape Biopic for TVOne. As
a producer, she has worked on national television shows, Welcome to Dreamland,
Platinum House, and Tiny and Toya. She was the associate director for the TVOne series Verses and Flow and the supervising producer for BET/Centric’s music documentary series As Written. With her latter endeavor, she won four Telly Awards.
Sigers-Beedles also served in the script department for The Mo’Nique Show and BET’s, TD Jakes Presents. She also created and developed a sitcom for the UPTV, For Richer or Poorer, as well as wrote and executiveproduced seven TV movies and plays for UPT. These include the NAACP Image Award-nominated Sugar
Mommas. Sigers-Beedles is also the script supervisor for Steve Harvey's annual Ford Neighborhood Awards and the Story Producer for HGTV's Flip or
Lalanya Masters is a graduate of Howard University and received her BA in Theatre
with a focus in Acting/Directing and minor in Philosophical Arts. She has had the
pleasure of studying side by side with established actors like Phillip Seymour Hoffman,
Chadwick Bosmen, Taraji P. Henson, and Laz Alonso.
When she’s not working, Masters founded and runs THE ALCHEMY OF ACTING (AOA).
The AOA studio is for serious emerging artists that are dedicated to growing in
their craft and pursuing their passions for performance in film/television/stage. AOA builds a solid foundation for the emerging artist by exposing them to an insider’s understanding of the industry. Members are trained and mentored by
the top industry veterans and instructors from NYC to LA.
At the AOA, artists and performers do more then take class; they produce, shoot and stage original works. These passion projects not only provide them with vital training and experience, but they also showcase the hours of hard work and dedication they instilled into their pursuits. Several of their productions have received critical success
in the Las Vegas Fringe Festivals.
Following AOA, Masters's natural next steps included producing, writing, and directing. She began embarking on these journeys by shadowing greats like John Ridley, John Singleton and Mara Brock-Akil. She was recently awarded a fellowship to study meta cognitive learning strategies through the use of filmmaking.
Dedicated to her craft, she continues to develop her instrument training at the Susan Batson Studio in NYC (which has served some of the industry's most respected
actors and actresses including Nicole Kidman, Tom Cruise, Forest Whitaker, Kerry Washington, and Oprah Winfrey.)
Fred Goodman is a Founding Partner at Marin/Goodman, LLP. He is also General Counsel and Head of Business Affairs at TGIM Films (Atomic Blonde, Scott Pilgrim, Dhaka) and The. LAND. Fred has negotiated numerous studio deals for the production of movies, television properties, and has drafted and closed thousands of contracts involving intellectual property, brands, publishing, technology and e-commerce.
Terry “TR” Ross, born and raised in Washington D.C., was destined to be an
entrepreneur. In the late ’90s, Ross joined forces with childhood friends, Chris Hicks,
Ryan Glover, and Henry “Noonie” Lee to form a dynamic collaboration -- ultimately
leading to the creation of Noontime Music.
Noontime was the hub for signing the hottest up-and-coming producers, songwriters
and musical artists. Noon Time’s roster of talent was unparalleled and included some
of the most prominent musical forces today including Jeffrey “J-Dubb” Walker,
Anthony Dent (Dent), Jazze Pha, Brian Michael Cox, Polow Tha Don, Donnie Scantz,
Teddy Bishop, Ciara, Dave Young, and many more.
In 2005, Ross partnered with Damon Thompson to form Innersound Music, signed
Letoya Luckett as their very first artist, and led her to a deal with Capitol Records
(under the Noontime Moniker). Innersound later signed Tori Kelly and Leona Lewis
and catapulted their musical careers. Ross is still wearing his entrepreneurial hat
while staying busy working on many various musical projects and managing one of
the country’s top mix engineers, Jaycen Joshua. He is also a strategic partner in THE. LAND, a new digital tech company that will be rolling out soon.
Mark E. Swinton is a Film and Television Producer. He is also an accomplished Playwright, Television Writer, and Director of Theatre and Television. Currently Swinton is the Vice President of Tyler Perry Studios, and the Producer of all of Tyler Perry's Television Shows, Theatrical Stage Plays, and Feature Films. Most recently Swinton Produced the new comedy "Nobody's Fool" starring Tiffany Haddish and Whoopi Goldberg. The movie hits theaters nationwide in November of 2018. This year Swinton also produced the theatrical hit film -"Acrimony," that starred Taraji P. Henson.
Last year Swinton Produced "Boo 2" which garnered the prize of being the number one film in America. Swinton is also currently producing the hit television dramas- The Haves and The Have Nots, and If Loving You Is Wrong on the OWN network. Swinton also produces the new television sit-com The Paynes, which is in its debut season on OWN. Swinton recently produced all six seasons of the comedies-For Better Or Worse, and Love Thy Neighbor. Swinton produced both seasons of the edgy drama Too Close To Home, which aired on the TLC network. Swinton produced seasons five and six of House Of Payne, winning an NAACP Image Award for his work on season five. Swinton also produced the following hit stage plays, which were released on DVD by Lionsgate... A Madea Christmas, Aunt Bam's Place, The Haves And The Have Nots, Hell Hath No Fury, Madea Gets A Job, Madea's Neighbors From Hell, Madea On The Run, and I Don't Want To Do Wrong. Swinton also acts as an Assistant Director on all of Mr. Perry's live stage plays. As a Director in television, Swinton has directed several episodes of For Better Or Worse, Love Thy Neighbor, The Paynes, on OWN, and Meet The Browns on the TBS network. Swinton wrote for ABC's hit animated sitcom The Proud Family, and UPN's sitcom Second Time Around.
Swinton received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from the highly acclaimed Newhouse School at Syracuse University. At Syracuse, Swinton studied television and film, with a double major in creative writing and directing. Swinton did his graduate study in film at National University. He was the winner of the 2002 NAACP Theater Award For Best Director, and the 2002 NAACP Theater Award for Best Playwright. As a stage director, Swinton's credits include 42nd Street, Guys And Dolls, Hello Dolly, Purlie Victorious, Dreamgirls, The Amen Corner, The Wiz, West Side Story, Dracula, and several original stage musicals that he wrote, produced and directed. Swinton's original works include Ephraim's Song, Black Olive, Sugarbread Sweet, Keep Movin' On, and the provocative stage play Autumn. In theater, Swinton was the Assistant Director for Stan Lathan on the Tony Award winning show, Def Poetry Jam, on Broadway. As a theater educator, Swinton founded the Stephen and Carrie Odell Theatre Arts Academy in Los Angeles, and The Youth Arts Initiative, an after-school program for at-risk youth. Swinton wrote the curriculum for both schools, and birthed a creative writing, film, and theatre arts program that attracted thousands of youth from all over greater Los Angeles. Swinton has produced, written, and directed over 30 professional level productions with young people in Los Angeles. For his work, Swinton won the Teach For America Educator of the Year Award, the LAUSD Gold Star Award, and was nominated for the National Disney Teacher Award five years in a row.
VP, T P Studios, Producer, Writer and Director Mark . Swinton
Christopher Roselli is a technical visionary, the chief executive officer of THE.LAND, and an expert in interactive experiences. He is passionate about empowering influencers, brands, entrepreneurs, and nonprofits to harness the full potential of their communities, impact, and brand.
His eye for the modern day consumer has helped form an innovative platform that
will revolutionize the entertainment, sports, and fashion industries. He uses Empathy
in architecting user experiences, enabling users to find CULTURE by providing CHOICE. His purpose is to give the power of influence and monetization back to its rightful owners, the originators.
With technology delivery, broadcast streaming, social media monetization, and user experience, Roselli's amazing team has developed a platform that can provide multiple revenue streams for movie, music, sports and the entertainment business. His most immediate work benefits influencers, filmmakers, developers, brands, and consumers on multiple levels.
Aaron John O'Connell was born in Dayton, Ohio. He grew up together with his sisters, Amy, Abby and Anna. Their parents, Mark Alan O'Connell, former Cincinnati Bengal, and Kathryn O'Connell, met during college in Ohio. His grandfather, Wayne, was a pianist who taught Aaron at a very young age to play the piano, as he has been known to play piano and guitar in his roles as an actor. Aaron grew up playing football, basketball, and baseball. He has English and Irish ancestry.
He graduated Cathedral High School in Indianapolis, Indiana in 2004. While studying Health, Fitness, and Nutrition at Purdue University, Aaron was signed with Ford Models in Chicago, Illinois. His quick success moved him to New York City where he worked with "GQ," "Vanity Fair," Carolina Herrera, German "Vogue," French "Vogue," Hanes, Lucky Brand Jeans, Abercrombie & Fitch and Jockey. After Aaron booked a few successful national commercials, he caught the eye of writer, producer and director Tyler Perry. He was then cast in the first television drama ever created by Tyler Perry, The Haves and The Have Nots (2013) and still has a recurring role on the show.
Due to the growing popularity of OWN's first scripted drama series, Aaron garnered much attention as his role of "Wyatt Cryer" on The Haves and The Have Nots. In 2014 he was offered his first supporting role in the film Prince For Christmas alongside actress Viva Bianca. After his standout performance in the film, Aaron was offered the starring role in 12 Gifts of Christmas (2015) the following year.
When Aaron gets a break from the entertainment business, he loves to fly. In 2013, he earned his private pilot's license, and later became an instrument-rated pilot in 2014. While he enjoys flying his Cirrus SR22 for recreation, he also fly's for the charity "Pilots 'N Paws" ferrying dogs from kill shelters to their new families.
He currently resides in Los Angeles, where he continues to work on his craft.
Tyler Lepley understands that success depends on hard work as much as it does on talent. As an actor, Tyler Lepley exemplifies both. Due to die-hard diligence and dedication, he made the leap from a string of independent films in 2012 to completing five seasons as a series regular on Tyler Perry’s The Haves and the Have Nots [Oprah Winfrey Network] as well as a starring turn in the 2016 TV One feature Ringside directed by Russ Parr. Gaining recognition, he’s appeared on The Real, BET, Hollywood Today Live, in Essence, and more. Along the way, he’s tirelessly pushed himself to perfect his craft.
“Once the path is in front of you, you have to do everything you can to stay on it,” he says. “I invest every part of myself into this. I’ve been blessed to see that progression, and it inspires me to do even more.”
Growing up in Bucks County, PA, Tyler fell in love with movies at a young age. He can recall watching classics such as It’s A Wonderful Life and Angels with Dirty Faces alongside his dad in addition to obsessing over Bruce Lee and Jean-Claude Van Damme flicks—which he would study before karate tournaments. He grew up an only child and learned a lot from his parents about life and art. Football initially called to him, and he eventually achieved a scholarship to Kutztown University where he played for four years. Graduating with a Criminal Justice degree, he began working as a case worker in Philadelphia. However, he dreamed of making a much bigger impact.
“This is where you get into what God’s plan might be,” he explains. “For whatever reason, I didn’t make it into the NFL. I had a job for three months. I got to help people, and I loved that, but I wanted to do it on a larger scale. I didn’t want to settle. I had this strange epiphany. I had to figure out what I was really meant to do.”
He moved to Los Angeles, crashing on the floor of a cousin’s Santa Monica studio apartment. Getting a gig as a personal trainer, he built a roster of clients. One client needed to fill a role in an independent film, and Tyler mirrored the character. “I never acted before,” he smiles. “I figured I’d try it out.”
One project led to another, and soon he landed parts in 90210 and Baggage Claim starring Paula Patton, Derek Luke, and Taye Diggs. After a series of auditions, Tyler Perry cast him as Benny in The Haves and the Have Nots, which stands out as one of OWN’s most popular and highest-rated programs.
“On top of having a great job, I have not only the best example of how to grind hard and get it, but what to do when you get there from people like Mr. Perry and Ms. Winfrey,” he goes on. “My job is to evoke emotion in people, and I take that very seriously.”
Ringside saw him step into one of his most powerful leading roles yet as the boxer Jaxon Holly. It brings everything full circle, merging both athleticism and art. With honesty and heart, he immerses himself wholeheartedly in each character and ultimately connects with every viewer.
Tyler is currently shooting the Starz series, “P-Valley”, created by Katori Hall as a series regular opposite Carolyn Braver and Elarica Johnson. “I’ve learned truly anything is possible if you put in the work and the time,” he leaves off. “The biggest thing for me is to be able to give someone else that feeling of hope and an escape.”
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