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Studio Tour

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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  • Sharon Biloxi, MS

    I love you. Have a good day. Tyler, I am not Missy Elliott but I see it made you a rapper in Madea's Tough Love.

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  • Sandra Donaldson Maryland

    11/08/2014 Hello Tyler, I have always admired your body of work, you have put out some great inspiring plays and movies that has help many of us. I want to share an idea with you for a project that I have. Without hesitation, I strongly believed that you can put wings to this project. The end result of the project will be remarkable. I know that you are a very busy person, and your plate is over flowing with other demands. However, please take the time to reach out to me and I can give you details of the project. I know you will make all of us happy, meaning your fans to bring this project to the big screen. Thank you for taking the time to read my email and I hope to hear from you someday soon. Please continue making inspirational movies. Peace and Blessing ~SD~

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  • Monya C Dowdell Wilton Manors, Florida 33305

    You are always in my prayers. Peace be still. Hoping to meet you one day when you come to Florida.

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  • Rithia F Ford Lexington Nc

    Would you please looking into the purchase of the home of Langston Hughes in New York? This home represents part of African American history. PLEASE. THANK YOU!

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  • Srilanka Nails United States

    Sorry to hear about your big scare. I can only imagine what must have been going through your mind. I pray that God continues to keep you and your staff safe. Looking at it another way, perhaps your employees are feeling out of touch with you. I know they're being paid to work in all but don't forget they were more than likely fans before they became employers. Perhaps you should spend a little more time bonding with those who are low on your totem pole... IJS. I'm sure there are some strategies you can learn possible from corporate management books or seminars on how to make your employees, all of your employees feel appreciated and apart of your team. Love you always and keep up the good work.

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  • linda

    Keigler

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  • Cee chattanooga

    God has truly blessed you. I am so proud of you and all of your accomplishments. Continue to be a blessing to others and God will continue to bless you.

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  • ANNETTE LESTER Crisfield, MD

    Your studio is fabulous I hope the Christian Academy School of Restoration that I'm trying to establish here in the City of Crisfield be half as great as your studio. The Christian Academy School of Restoration is for the low income to be able to have the privilege of going to a private facility to get a good Christian education. So keep me in your prayers.

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  • Saronda Streeter United States

    Beautiful. ..Speechless

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  • Michele G Antioch, Ca

    Mr. Perry First and foremost I'm glad you're ok(regarding your letter) Your studio is fabulous would love to tour it one day maybe even working for you...

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  • Brigitte Elizabeth Taylor-Mohamed Silver spring Maryland

    Studio is great I can see my self working in your wardrobe department fashion is what I no very well your studio need me great Studio god bless

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  • Tasha Los Angeles, CA

    I was a bit taken back by your recent email. You ended it with a lack of empathy and concern of an employee. Mental health is real as you know and if that was your purpose in writing the email and sending it out; it should have spoke some form of empowerment and included resources. Then you state back to relaxing, I get it your safety is of great concern but don't alledge mental illness and not provide proper education to subscribers. Best, Tasha

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