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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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  • Kadijha Mangum Morrow, Ga

    You are an wonderful inspiration. You are the clear and perfect example of hard working success, something that wasn't given to you but something you earned. It is amazing when you come from a hard life and become one of the biggest faces of "The Big Screen". Anything is possible, long as you are determined, dedicated, strong, and confident you can go as many places as you want to go. You are the perfect example for those who have dreams that they feel they'll never accomplish. For those people think again no matter how how hard it is or where you are or where you came from overlook the negativity and people who don't want you to accomplish things. Welcome a challenge and let your hardships be your motivation and change the world, I'm only 18 and I learned that years ago. Thank you for reading, have a great day.

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  • Imani Englewood, New Jersey

    WOW!!! AWESOME, DYNAMIC, INSPIRATIONAL, GRATEFUL, SPECTACULAR, BREATH TAKING, PROUD, REGAL, EFFERVESCENT, MONUMENTAL, EUPHORIC, OMNISCIENT, MODEST, PRESTIGIOUS, VALIANT, AND REVERENT. I can go on and on but....... you get the point.....simply STUPENDOUS. I love what you represent Mr. Perry. Lots of Love and gratitude to EVERYONE who serves to make this possible. Sincerely, Imani Trapp

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  • Chandra Simmons Greenwood, MS

    Hello Mr. Perry, Let me start off by saying u r one the best actors I have ever seen in show biz today. All of your plays and movies are top notch motivation to millions worldwide. I really like the way u handle your bizness delivering these messages. In fact, you have inspired me so much, I have written two songs for you that I think u would love. I don't want any money in exchange, not tryna use u to get somewhere or anything of that nature like majority of the people that try to get in touch with you. I just want u to listen to them, & if u like them, there yours. Just to hear them in your movies or one of your plays is enough for me. Just keep up the good work Mr. Perry. Hopefully we will meet soon.

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  • Nwane-Rose Williams Lawrenceville Ga

    Tyler: I think it's time to add an African actress to your repertoire. Don't you think? Though I've lived in the US more than 1/2 of my life, I believe I can add something different and new to your character line-up. I'm up for the challenge. Ready when you are. :) (Hey, I've been told it never hurts to ask...) Happy 4th!

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  • Sandra Donaldson Maryland

    07/03/2014 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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  • Sharon Renae Jackson, MS

    I love you sexy with your big but. You are my Don Perry On, and that is a real sweety pie. You know who I am because I write you all the time. Have a Happy 4th of July. You are so sexxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxy to me. Love you baby.

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    • kimbrella Lorde Jackson, Ms #1974613

      lmao get off of his dicckkkk, thirsty a** stalker. He will never want u!

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  • mary new jersey

    cedric the entertainer is all around fantastic. should have talk & musical show at 12:30pm on tv either weekly, weekends only, or once a week friday, saturday, or sunday. invite his audience to suggest guest with whom he'll talk, dance, sing, do skits, or anything interactive with him. cedric is a valuable asset to the entertainment world. a****** hall: unless its pres or michelle obama, no one sits still for half hour interviews. keep interviews to at most 3 minutes. he's gotta do skits, skits, skits. have one or two audience members come earlier to the show with whom he'll do a skit or something interactive; have a new singing or dance sensation, or diverse comedic talens on his show - no interview is necessary. talk shows are great when fast paced.

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  • Kay

    Greetings Sir, Just a note to say thank you for all that you do. I have several copies of your work and enjoy them much. Whenever I want laughter and entertainment, I know where to go. May the creator of vision impress, inspire, and mold you to be your most creative individual self. Continued blessings and success, Kay.

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  • Somebody Not sure Ave

    Nobody cares; at least not until you do something drastic to either yourself or someone else. We are expected be strong and for most of us we have mastered either being strong or pretending to be strong. Some of us have been hurt and disappointed, not necessarily a lot but by people whom we trusted dearly. We are so broken by mistrust that during the times when we KNOW we should ask for help we don't, we hold it in and hold it in and hope the day comes when we don't have to hold it by ourselves anymore. In some cases we seek a forum whereas we can post how we feel and our plans, a forum that does not require you to put your real name, a forum where someone might notice your post and not laugh and critize you. For the ones who have always been credited for being strong, it is even more difficult to show as much as a hint of vulnerability, or fatigue because that's when you have to hear "I though he/she was such a strong person." Not wanting to deal with this, we continue to hold it in and hold it in and hope that we get genuine help to letting go some of the things we're holding in. Thank you, Somebody

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  • Jimmie H. Jr. Hattiesburg, MS 39401

    I just want a chance to do something better in life. Hope for the best and pray for the rest.

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  • T. Deverger Jacksonville, Florida

    Fill in the blank: Telegram, telephone, tell a ___________ !

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  • Deandre Carr

    Hi Mr. Perry, I really admire your effort and work. Im from a small town named Greenville Mississippi and I moved to atlanta about 2 years ago. One of my wishes in life is to work for you. I would even love to be one of your janitors in your studio. Just wishing for work to support my family

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    • Veronica Simmons Evans, Ga. #1973863

      Hello Tyler Perry.... My husband is a comedian. If you asked him to imitate anybody from your casting crue you would die laughing. My 80 year old grandmother says he can make a dog laugh. He needs you to help him get started. Cause hes been a truck driver for 20 years. Please give him a call his nickname is Bam. To start his career. God Bless You!!! The Simmons Family!!!

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