Washington Was A 1994 Winner Of YoungArts National Program Which Cultivates The

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Kerry Washington (born January 31, 1977) is an American actress. Washington was a 1994 winner of YoungArts national program, which cultivates the talent of young artists, and was awarded their Alumni Award in 2011. She was in the cast of the 1996 PBS sketch comedy-style educational series Standard Deviants, and she appeared in the short “3D” and the feature film Our Song in 2000.

Kerry Washington Is At Times Referred To As A Political Activist And Was

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She went on to appear in several movies, including Save the Last Dance (2001), The Human Stain (2003), Spike Lee’s She Hate Me (2004), Ray (2004), Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005), Little Man (2006), I Think I Love My Wife (2007), and as a wife of 1970s Ugandan dictator Idi Amin in the UK historical drama The Last King of Scotland (2006). in 2010, she made her Broadway debut in David Mamet’s Race, alongside James Spader, David Alan Grier, and Richard Thomas. She also appeared in Tyler Perry’s 2010 film For Colored Girls. As a sort of souvenir or memento, she usually tries to keep something from every character that she plays, such as an item of wardrobe or a piece of furniture from the house the character lived in. She is at times referred to as a political activist and was a supporter of Barack Obama’s presidential candidacy.