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Tyler Perry Studio’s was established in 2006 and moved into its current facilities in the fall of 2008. This 200,000 square foot Studio, located in Southwest Atlanta, consists of 5 sound stages, a post-production facility, a back lot, a 400-seat theater, a private screening room, and designated areas for entertaining and hosting events.

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  • kadian Powell Watervliet, NY

    Tyler Perry your shows are awesome because you are not just doing this for the money I can tell. These show touch my life in every single way and I just can't wait to see what's next every time. I even dream about being in the show sometimes. My daughter and I watch the some of the shows she said Ma we should call him and tell him to put us in the show even in the back, even though I have thought about it a lot I laugh and said baby it doesn't work like that. I wanted to go see the play at the Palace theater in Albany but can't afford it so I will have to wait for the DVD to come out I have my collections or I rent some at the red box but I know some day we will get that up close experience. Keep up the great work Mr . Perry you give me something to watch when am up studying. Thanks Kadian

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  • Irene Menoken Glassboro New Jersey 08028

    Hey Tyler Perry what's up

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  • Irene Menoken

    I work 3-11 shift and I need to watch the have and have nots I missed the last episodes.

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  • Leo D'sonora Oklahoma

    Tyler is the best.......I'm Mexican all my people back in Mexico love his work...keep doing the good job SENOR

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  • Brenae Nelson Indianapolis

    Hey Tyler! My family and I are huge fans of eveything you do on tv. We have talent flowing through our family and we were just wondering when and where are the next auditons.

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  • marquis miller Kansas City

    Hello Tyler Perry I really hope you get this comment because I think this will change the world on so many levels I think that you should make a movie called ( Four colored men)and I have at least 3 breathtaking situations of three colored men and a possible good 4th I am 26 year old black men and I have a amazing story line for you.please contact me and don't let this go to waste four I have zero connections

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  • amber stephens United States

    Hi Mr. Perry! I want to move near the Atlanta are and work in media. I would like to do voice over acting. I need a job and hope to get favor and work with your company. I have a strong office background and would be a great receptionist or prodution assistant to start out. Please hire me! I am in union city until thursday :)

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  • Cecelia Lepner North Carolina

    You caught my attention in July, 2012, when you accompanied Oprah to film an episode of "Oprah's Next Chapter" that focused on Pastor Joel Osteen of Lakewood Church. Since then, I've lent some attention to who you are and what you do. I, too, didn't think I'd live to be 30, swore I never would marry and where you have been referred to as "reclusive", I'm probably just full-blown antisocial. I've never been on Facebook, in a chat room or a blog. This is my first "message board" experience which, for all I know, could be another term for a blog? I thought I could just email you but no. My twitter account lasted almost 7 minutes because as soon as a pop-up counter displayed how many people were "following" me, I started twigging! I've heard you say a couple times that you "write what you know". Since "The Haves & The Have Not's" began, I've had a question that I thought, for sure, someone would ask during the 3 recent episodes of "The Tyler Perry Show", but no one did. So, Tyler Perry, who is/was your Candace? You know, when I saw you on the Ellen show, you both professed to like beets and I thought you were talking about the vegetable! Then I realized that she was referring to those radio/stereo/speakers (?) with faces on them. BaHa! You're obviously somewhat less reclusive than you were a couple years ago and if it's uncomfortable, you don't give it away. I'd like to correspond with you via email or USPS but I suspect this is my first, and last, experience "posting" on the internet. I hope this reaches you, personally, but that ever-present pragmatic voice in my head says, "not likely". I am sure that you'll continue to use your powers for good and for God and I'm sure that He will bless you for that.

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  • CR United States

    Hello, I hope all is well. This is weird. I am a 40 year old father of 3 children, 16, 14 and 8. My wife and I have been married for 16 years. Four years ago, she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. We purchased a home 6 years ago and were both gainfully employed. Unfortunately a month ago my wife quit her job. As a result it's impacted our family greatly. My concern for my wife is that she deals with the guilt of quitting her job because of her condition. I am glad she let the job go as it was a third shift position and her doctor said she was regressing. I try so hard to assure her that everything is going to be ok and my god tells me that he'll provide for me. I can't help but feel some anxiety about our current situation. It will work out one way or another. If there is anything that you are able to do to assist my family that would be a blessing, but if not, I know that god has another plan in store and thank you for even reading this email. At present, it's just a worry about our basic need of maintaining our home.

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  • LaChaka Collins Tuscaloosa Alabama

    Hey Mr. Perry I just wanted say that I am big fan and just a couple of weeks ago me and a friend drive up to Atlanta from Tuscaloosa Alabama to visit your studio only to find out we couldn't the security guards said we couldn't even take a picture in front of the building we were so disappointed. So my question to you is how do we go about getting a tour or is that even possible.

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  • Tannya Raleigh, NC

    Hi Mr. Perry, After seeing you at the 3014 Women’s Empowerment and wanting to celebrate a 40th birthday in GA, me and my girlfriend hopped on a plane and headed your way. I knew you would not be there because you shared with us that you were headed to the Bahamas. After getting to Georgia and renting a car, we headed to your studios. Unfortunately, we were disappointed because we could not do a tour, nothing was for sale and worse, we could not even take a picture of your name on the outside of the building. Please in the future or your next studio; keep people like us in mind. We would have paid money to park, take pictures of anything that pertains to you, and most importantly, we would have purchased tee shirts, key chains, movies, etc. just to support you and be a part of your success. I’m not angry but I am disappointed. We told the guard to let you know you had two visitors from NC so I hope he at least did that for us. Stay blessed!

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  • Courtni San Diego

    I am very much interests in what you have been through, where you came from, and most importantly where you are going. My journey as a child was difficult, like you I ended up choosing a path that would help the world. I would love- scratch that, be over the moon if you, Tyler Perry, could take the time for one conversation with me via phone, skype, and/if you do consider you will not regret nor forget it. I say this because I have learned from you and I am positive you could from me, maybe, even be inspired. I have been approached to write a book; however, like you there's guilt although you have worked through yours I have not. Hope for my stories sake you take my words, read between the lines and get back to me at your earliest convenience. Much Love.

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