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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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  • Daija Melvin Midlothian; Virginia

    Dear Tyler Perry, I am a small girl with big dreams. I've been singing since I can remember and I've always been told that I am "quite the character" and that I should be an actress. Unfortunetly, i've only been able to participate in one musical play, but I wish i could do more. I would absolutely love to have an opportunity to work with you. Even just meeting you would be such a great honor. If you can , please please pleaseeee get back to me. Thank you, Daija

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  • Sandra Donaldson Maryland

    08/04/2014 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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  • Stephanie Tate Gaffney, SC

    Dear Mr. Perry, I am a huge fan of yours and I have a dream if some day soon to work with you. I love the Lord and I can sing. I know the anointing of God is upon me and I just ask that you would give a small town girl like me a chance. May God forever bless you....Stephanie Tate

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  • Deviant A, Actress

    Walking up to the big brown stone building was a little like meeting the Grand Leon, a world-famous 'star'...only I was to meet Mr. Perry. We had a meeting scheduled. A cool breeze ruffled my white skirt when I opened the door. I hope Mr. Perry will be happy to finally see me. I took extra care when I got out of bed...I slowly applied my make-up, straightened my jet black hair with a hot-comb, and even brushed the tangles out of the single red-streak that fell into my right eye. I dressed for the heat. I chose a white cotton bra, pink briefs, white skirt with a grey U-neck shirt. I felt...rushed. My cheeks felt warm, w** drops gathered around my neck. When I walked past the water wall, every inch of me screamed...jump now. I wish I could do something crazy, sexy, and dramatic...something I saw on TV...yet, how do you splash in a waterwall? Do you lean-up against the cool water? How could cool water mix with pain? I could never believe that! I walked into the lobby, I heard the tap of my high-heel shoes echo in the room. I took a seat. I was nervous...hot, and bothered. How could a girl like me, someone with big dreams not be bothered near Mr. Perry, a man bigger than...Al Gore! I pressed my legs together tightly...I felt tense around my shoulders. I hoped I was not being watched. I had day-dreams about this day...I often wondered what I would do. I had planned to have oral sex on the couch in this lobby...I had already arranged the sequence of events in my head. I had A plan...I had planned to seduce the handsome Mr. Perry...yet...something about this day made me re-consider my plan...Plan A. I didn't have a Plan B. I heard the soft sound of footsteps moving near me. I looked up, and saw Mr. Tyler Perry! I jumped up from my seat, jumped without a Plan.

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    • Deviant A, Actress #1986972

      Dear God, this man is better than Fine! He took a seat in front of me, and I felt better. We sat in the lobby, the air seemed..warmer! Mr. Perry looked and acted like a world-class professional. I wanted to connect with each word he spoke, yet..I could not help myself, I was unable to focus...'caz I could not look away from his beautiful brown lips, which looked warm and so kissable. Were his l*** shaped by Cupid...or mother nature? He looks like a adult Lovechild, yet he acts like a competent professional. Part of me kept saying...don't be fooled by his stylish clothes, or healthy profile...there is a rock-solid male in front of me, a muscular body beneith his lilac shirt. I wished I could connect with Mr. Perry...on a mental level, be on the same mental plane, yet I had to re-formulate Plan A, figure my next step. While he described his business plans...I continually got lost... in my own fascination...with his l*** and his curly black hair, which looked trimmed and probably smelled clean. He looked like the man of my dreams...I shook my head...only a twister from outter space could drop me at the feet of Mr. Perfect. Why? Because Mr. Perfect did not exist in my universe. If I was going to work in this business, if I was going to succeed...I had to plan, even if I had to offer temptation before Prince Charming! I jolted down a a few notes...access...not a story teller, he writes about his own release...black people... I could relate...on the side I write for black people...although I do considered myself a story-teller...a 'Mistress of Legend-making. Tyler was dynamic, his large hands moved like a basketball pro, keeping up with his busy mind. At times I caught his eyes. A connection. His brown eyes were warm, not cold, nor menacing. He talked about his mother's death. I wanted to comfort him, yet I did not know what to say. My mother tried to drive me 'in'sane-and not because of my book-self..or because I wrote for personal reasons. I had dates to consider...a book of days...and a dream of one night.

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    • Deviant A, Actress #1987067

      "You know, you don't have to keep call me Mr. Tyler Perry." He said 'Mr. Tyler Perry' in a high-voice, tossing his head back. I laughed. "You could call me a nickname...follow my lead?" I was willing to follow Mr...'P' from the lobby straight to the executive suite. I would then s*** off my shoes, then slowly take off my shirt, exposing my round 'bubblish' breasts. My b****** almost levitated by themselves, a fact I was proud of. If my plan worked, three hours from now, I should be stretched semi-naked on his chair in his Executive office...I may even be covered in sweat... either way, the direct path is to follow him...then quickly strip down to my bra and panties. I went over this part of my plan...like a re-occurring day-dream, visions of myself in his office re-playing in my mind. After a few minutes, I looked away from his right eye, to refocus on the conversation we were having. Inspiration? I knew about perspiration, consultation and quick inflation...but inspiration? Where was this conversation going? Mr...'P,' stood. "Are you ready to see the rest of the building?" Finally! "Yes," I answered. I felt taunt and tensed easily. I was filled with nervous energy. I hope he is not reading my thoughts...I don't want him to 'lock-me-up' before I place my frustrations on him. I looked again at his wide shoulders, his muscular chest that tapered to a smaller waist. I pulled my eyes back to his face. He gave a warm radiant smile. Ah-uh..part of me feels like melting. "Where to Mr. Tyler...I mean, Mr. P? "You can call me 'Boss'. We are going to the chapel."

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    • Diana Love Detroit, Michigan #1987748

      Mr. Perry is a professional, an earthly son of the true and living God. Body, Mind, and Soul!!! From his trials and tribulations came his triumphs. He took lemons and made lemonade. Never forgetting life's lessons and experiences as he journeyed through life. He is our brother!!! Look at the jobs he has given his staff. Wonderful!!! Now its our turn to leave our gifts within the earth. Give one of these gifts to a stranger daily. a smile, a prayer, food, laughter, freedom, safety, love, refuge, forgiveness, companionship, care, or a hand up!!! Diana Love

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  • Michael G. Penn

    Loads of love, young man.

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  • novice blessitt Detroit Michigan

    first of all god is good all the time hello Mr Perry feature me I must say I'm a little bit nervous but definitely not nervous enough to reach out and ask for help I've never been a person to ask for much on another hand I'm such a God fearing giving woman but back as a little girl I've always wanted to grow up and just become a extra is been very hard during these years so I reach out to ask you is there any place for me in your line of business as a extra if not I do appreciate given the opportunity to try and ask , may God continue to bless you who knows my dream come true feture me .

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  • Smiley AL

    One Life To Live is an Encouraging Theme!!!! Your studio is a beautiful Dream. I would love to blow out my birthday candles at your studio in September and be able to say "THE WORLD IS YOURS, DON'T LET ANYONE GET IN YOUR WAY, & CONTINUE TO SMILE BECAUSE TODAY IS YOUR DAY!! Watching this live tour brings people a sense of inner peace, laughter, love, joy, strength, and serenity. One Wish, One Life to Live, One candle, and One World: The Tyler Perry Studio.

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  • Malinda Lett Dixon Buckles Portland OR

    Hi Tyler Perry My name is Malinda Lett Buckles. I'm 56 years old and grew up in Atlanta Ga, Adamsville close to your studio next to Greenbrier Mall. I have visit Atlanta on numerous trips and actually come to the studio to tour on my own 6 times in a row and was turn down by the Security Guard. My only brother Anthony fell and became paralyzed for 10 months and died a year ago? I was looking for some joy and something positive in my life and I choose to visit your studio. I want you to first of all know that your Security Guards are truly doing their job. I would love to visit your studio one day. I'm so proud that you choose ATL to work in I think it's the most Amazing State on Earth. I also think it's where life began. I watched almost all of your movies and tv show and I've attended your plays when you've brought them to Portland. By the way we desperately need your plays here in Portland Oregon. Thank you for all you do and hopefully I will be able to tour your Studio on day.

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  • max douglas

    I wish I knew if tyler actually has time to read these comments I think you are doinf a great job have alot to add but I feel maybe on deaf ears I think good quality material is the key and know who is watching taylor to audience once you know who that is have freat night keep up good work and enjoy each day god bless

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  • dwayne columbia,sc

    i enjoyed the online tour but look forward to setting foot on campus. Proud of your inspiration, continue seeking the will of God for your life. proud of you man

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  • Alicia C. Corbin Hampton Virginia

    Hello Mr. Perry. Hope that this note finds you well. I am writing you, not for money or anything like that, I simply ask for a job to support myself and family. I have the gift to sing, not act, just sing, but I recently discovered that I have crystalizations on my vocal cords, many nodules that have formed into a large c****** that will need to be removed if it becomes larger, and tends to make me very hoarse from time to time. I really want to share my talent with you before the voice goes completely. (Of course God can fix all my problems if He chooses to). Not complaining because it could be worse. I just want to do more than sing in the church choir, been doing it for years and feel like "I'm all churched out" so to speak, I have sang every solo there is, but just feel bound. Don't get me wrong, I love the Lord, the church, but I need more. Would love to WORK with the back round singers, don't need to be in the limelight, No hand outs here, just want to sing and get paid to support the family. I know you are very busy, appreciate you reading this. Be more blessed than you already are, Alicia C.

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  • Deviant A, Actress

    Dear God, this man is better than Fine! He took a seat in front of me, and I felt better. We sat in the lobby, the air seemed..warmer! Mr. Perry looked and acted like a world-class professional. I wanted to connect with each word he spoke, yet..I could not help myself, I was unable to focus...'caz I could not look away from his beautiful brown lip, which looked warm and so kissable. Were his l*** shaped by Cupid...or mother nature? He looks like a adult Lovechild, yet he acts like a competent professional. Part of me kept saying...don't be fooled by his stylish clothes, or healthy profile...there is a rock-solid male in front of me, a muscular body beneith the fresh lilac shirt. I wished I could connect with Mr. Perry...on a mental level, be on the same mental plane, yet I had to re-formulate Plan C, figure-out my next step. While he described his business plans...I continually got lost... in my own fascination...with his l*** and his curly black hair, which looked trimmed and probably smelled clean. He looked like the man of my dreams...I shook my head...only a twister from outter space could drop me at the feet of Mr. Perfect. Why? Because Mr. Perfect did not exist in my universe. If I was going to work in this business, if I was going to succeed...I had to plan each step, even if I had to offer temptation to Prince Charming! I jolted down a a few notes...access...not a story teller, he writes about his own release...black people... I could relate...on the side I write for black people...although I do considered myself a story-teller...a 'Mistress of Legend-making'. Tyler was dynamic, his large hands moved like a basketball pro, keeping up with his busy mind. At times I caught his eyes. A connection. His brown eyes were warm, not cold, nor meanacing. He talked about his mother's death. I wanted to comfort him, yet I did not know what to say. My mother tried to drive me insane, and not because of my book-self..or because I wrote for personal reasons.

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