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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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  • Donna Arizona

    Good Morning Mr Perry, I am a struggling single mom of 6 I have been following your plays and movies now for many years, they have even inspired my music and music writings and bible study's I have with my own children and I just want to thank you for allowing God to use your gifts and talents to inspire both myself and so many people around the world. I only pray that God will bless me with the same opportunity in being able to utilize both my voice and gifts of writing music and acting to help people to see the God in them and help and influence others to have a closer walk with God i I would like the opportunity in auditioning for you one day I pray that God will open your heart and allow me that opportunity it would be a true blessing for me thank you again for being such an inspiration and for especially allowing God to use you to be such a blessing and inspiration to myself and my family and so many others around the world. I will continue to pray for you and your works success and please pray for me as well God Bless and thanks again Donna

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  • Doris DeLozier omaha ne 68111

    Mr.Perry my son Jesus had a liver transplant 12 yrs ago when he was 2 months.He loves your plays and movies.He says Madea reminds him of grandma. he refering to my mother who used live in Mississippi and Arkansas. I wanted to know if you can surprise him with an autograph? He is my everything and I try to get him anything he wants when I can.

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  • Wade new orleans, Louisiana

    luv your work, luv the studio and I've enjoyed watching you grow into every thing you've become. the amazing part is knowing and understanding the struggles you faced head on day after day and not stopping to think for a moment that your dreams wouldn't be reached. you are an inspiration for even an old dreamer like me. keep up the great work

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  • highly favored Aurora, IL

    Hi I'm coming to Atlanta and you are the first person I want to see so I need a address ,PLEASE . Because I'm planning to get there!!!! Be Bless!

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  • Chevalier Darlington

    Mr. T. Perry I love all your plays and movies. If I am not able to go and see them, I buy them at walmart or target. I would like very much if I could get info on who I can contact on help with doing a Music CD. I just want to sing, and I have tried many avenues with no avail. I have acted in some local plays but my passion is singing. Did not know if you knew of someone that could help me get started. I am not rich by no means, but if a door was opened, I am sure I could get sponsors, or raise the extra money that is needed. Just wanted some advice and tips on how to get started...I sing Gospel music. Thanks for all you do, and bring laughter into our homes. Be blessed...Thank you...

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  • Diana L. Stringer Detroit, Michigan

    Hi Tyler, I was just sitting here thinking about what could be your next project. In all your creative genius, would it be possible for you to get together with Berry Gordy and remake the movie "Mahogany"? If anyone can do it, I know it would be you! The character, "Tracie Chambers" can be played by Diana Ross' daughter, Tracie Ellis-Ross or Beyonce' since she and her mom are in the fashion industry. "Brian Walkers" character can be played by Idris Elba or Malik Yorba. I am praying that you will consider this project. Thank You!

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  • Gene ATL

    My domestic partner for 18 years (both in our mid 50) and I would like to marry along with two other couples that have been together for the same time frame and live in LA. We would like you and OWN presents at the historical minority event. Would that be possible?

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  • Maggie Castillo Bronx, NewYork

    Hello Mr. Perry, thank you for sharing yourself with the world. In my household you are an inspiration and a true testament to how God turns ashes into beauty. Knowing your testimony, looking through the gallery of photos of your studio, your home, and continuously staying in tuned to your movies and shows has made us realize, never limit myself and never limit God. If God did it for you, I know that someday He will do it for us! You have inspired us to Dream Big. Thank you for demonstrating wisdom, knowledge, courage, color and strength in your works that speaks tremendous volume! Continue to shine through Him! God Bless You

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  • RaVanda IL.

    Your studio is just beautiful. I'm always thinking, do you have tours where people can pay to tour your studio? I know you are filming many days a week, I also know you would have to hire security to keep the noise and crime down. I'm just wondering if we can help each other. You giving us a positive place to come and get positive idea's. Us needing a place of color to come to in order to establish our creative potential. Just an idea. Now may God continue toBless you until you are better paid,in Jesus name.

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  • Bernita Warren RALEIGH, NC

    Hey Tyler I just want to tell you that you definitely have a gift from GOD!! The Have and The Have Nots has me and my husband angry every Tuesday around 9pm because it time for it to go off. I love your work and everything that you do. Mama Hattie and Floyd are hilarious. I just want to encourage you to keep doing what you do and keep GOD in everything that you do because he gets all of the Glory! Let your haters be your motivators. People always want to bring you down when they see you doing good. But you are bringing good wholesome entertainment back to television. There is only one request that I have and that is PLEASE BRING BACK HOUSE OF PAYNE!!! I really want to know what happen with Calvin and Miranda , Curtis, Ella, CJ, & Jenine. That is the best show ever... I love you and be blessed and continue to be a blessing!!!

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  • Ms. Toni C Atlanta, Ga

    Dear Tyler, I'd sincerely appreciate all your work but we live in a time where there are not enough positive African-American young male (15-23) smart roles for our young to see and get inspired. During the 80s & 90s when I was growing up, there were shows like "Family Matters, A Different World, Cosby Show, The Smart Guy in the early 2000's." Unfortunately, we live a society where some people are stuck with a 60s mentality and stereotype our young African-American males as uneducated, mentally challenged, a druggy, or rapper up to no good. This is why so many of our young males our profiled. It's time for a change for if people can see it on network television, society change for the better. Thanks to our predecessors’ documentary and shows like "Roots, The Jefferson’s, Good Times, Julia, Mission Impossible, and I Spy" helped paved the way for equal opportunity and fair treatment of all minorities years later. I would like to make one suggestion if you consider this. I recommend John Gray (comedian, actor, singer, and writer, one of the associate pastors of Lakewood Church for Joel Osteen) is first of all extremely hilarious, witty, and a family man. He would make a "Great Fit!" in building a family oriented show around him for he's the one who can bring a 21st Century Modern Day Smart Family Show. For years he's been on TBN with Kirk Franklin, TBN's Comedy Hour, and now at Lakewood Church. I've watched him for a while and truly this man is gifted, and I hope you would consider him. Sincerely, Ms. Toni C of ATL.

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  • Toni C. Atlanta, GA

    Dear Tyler, I'd sincerely appreciate all your work but we live in a time where there are not enough positive African-American young male (15-23) smart roles for our young to see and get inspired. During the 80s & 90s when I was growing up, there were shows like "Family Matters, A Different World, Cosby Show, The Smart Guy in the early 2000's." Unfortunately, we live a society where some people are stuck with a 60s mentality and stereotype our young African-American males as uneducated, mentally challenged, a druggy, or rapper up to no good. This is why so many of our young males our profiled. It's time for a change for if people can see it on network television, society change for the better. Thanks to our predecessors’ documentary and shows like "Roots, The Jefferson’s, Good Times, Julia, Mission Impossible, and I Spy" helped paved the way for equal opportunity and fair treatment of all minorities years later. I would like to make one suggestion if you consider this. I recommend John Gray (comedian, actor, singer, and writer, one of the associate pastors of Lakewood Church for Joel Osteen) is first of all extremely hilarious, witty, and a family man. He would make a "Great Fit!" in building a family oriented show around him for he's the one who can bring a 21st Century Modern Day Smart Family Show. For years he's been on TBN with Kirk Franklin, TBN's Comedy Hour, and now at Lakewood Church. I've watched him for a while and truly this man is gifted, and I hope you would consider him. Sincerely, Ms. Toni C of ATL.

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    • Mr Khathu Muvhango Makhado, South Africa #1854645

      Wow, im amazed, one day i'm going to be working in these premises and become a part of history and mores as i will be from Africa and South Africa to be precise. Mr Perry you are highly favored and blessed indeed. Keep it rolling, Waiting for more from TPS

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