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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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  • Wendy Hoffman Lynchburg, Va.

    Are folks able to take an actual physical tour of the studio when in Atlanta? Would love to visit. You are and inspiration and so happy to see you included a chapel in the studio. Thank You!

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  • Brenda Hicks chicago

    Best quote every " a place where dreams can believe" can I borrow that lol.... But its so wonderful the work you do. My children enjoy watching you Made a plays & movies, even better when they can act them out. That's for great TV...

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  • Sweety Mensah Accra Ghana

    You are so talented Mr. Perry, God bless you.

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  • Tlou P. MESO South Africa

    Dear TPS Studio Management. It is with agreat pleasure to pass our greetings to your office. you are indeed a blessing in our lifetime. watching your productions makes a different in our life as aritst and human. Our productions learn a lord from you. keep on doing the marvelous spirit-filled work. We Love from Open Eye Theatre Production.

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  • nicole pickens alabama

    hello mr perry i love every thing u come out with well i wanted to ask u what do i have to do to work studio i filled out a app already i hope this it not crazy lol well i hope u ready this and get back with me my sister said u no he is not goin to write u back rite and i told her yes he will b/c i beleave faith without work it died love alway nicole

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  • Marcia United States

    Hello Tyler; My daughter is 14 and is graduating Junior High next week. Her prom is this Thursday but I refuse to send her because I don't believe that Junior high school students should have a prom. The trade off is, I have to take her to Tyler Perry's Studios for a personal tour. I am from NY and am bringing her to Atlanta this weekend, however I don't know how to secure the tour. Please help if you should ever see this. It would mean so much to her, she is a huge fan of every show, movie, and play; and also a very good student.

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  • Robert Louisville, KY

    Mr. Perry first I would like to say that I just finished watching Good Deeds for the second time, the first being at the movies. I am a fan of your work, I have copies of all your movies on dvd and every time you release a new movie in theatres I make it a point to go and see it. I give my total support to African Americans that are trying to succeed in life. Watching Good Deeds triggered a nerve with me. I felt like the things that Thandie's character was going through was like my life being told. I am in total relation to what she was going through, right now I am going through a tough patch in my life in fact I don't even know why I am sharing my personal life like this on a website. But I recently was departed from my job of a year and a half. A job that I was very dedicated to. I now find myself unemployed and unsure about my financial future. I have been a few jobs that I thought I had but because of some things done in my past I have been prejudged. I have had difficulty in finding a job. I have been trying to maintain a positive attitude, but I have to admit its hard. Its d*** hard. It makes me feel like throwing in the towel. I pray, but I just don't know what to do. I have heard your story of coming from being homeless to where you are now and I just want to know how did you do it? I mean what did you do? I don't have it near as bad as that but I am still in this position of where I am not working and things don't seem to be looking up. I don't want to take up much of your time, but I just would be curious to know how you managed to overcome the odds.

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  • Latoya Oxford Maplewood NJ

    Hello Mr Perry I just got finish seeing your Movie Good Deeds on Demand Im still in tears Wooooooooo (exhaling) lol. That movie was touching, did you actually ever help someone in that same situation before? if so then I see why your'e soo bless. I don't pray as often as I should, but I will pray tonight that God will continue to bless you in your personal life that he will show you a good woman who knows how to love you. Keep on doing good deeds I promise you God is not through with blessing you just yet.

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  • lavina ross Guyana (SouthAmerica)

    i am not asking i am beggingggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg i see Opera make dreams come true and i know you are not Opera but i believe you can please if i am not good enough i will accept but i cant have a feeling for 14 years and it is not true please help me please sir i feel like i getting great hope through you i should have known all along you have these sites available that shows you care to me thank you so much

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  • lavina ross Guyana (SouthAmerica)

    Mr.Tyler your studio is so wonderful i would loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee to act in there some day i am crying right now please help me make my drem come true pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.

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  • lavina ross Guyana (SouthAmerica)

    Mr<Tyler i quoate" a place were even dreams believe" now that has given me hope to the fullest i have a great feeling i am doing the right thing. you are so inspirational thank you

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  • alieu drammeh Seattle, WA

    Hi Tyler, Many young and older Americans ( black, white, brown etc) look up to you for your amazing story. I truly relate to you in the area of traumatic childhood upbringing characterized by physical, psychological and sexual abuse. The impact of childhood abuse continues to give me nightmares as I never had a chance to go through counseling or never had any other source of family support. I did some acting in high school where I was able to pour out my emotions on the stage and was really doing well. As a graduate student in health sciences, I feel strongly that going for acting is in my best interest. I have and continue to watch your videos and movies and that gives me more inspiration to get into acting career once again. Just started modeling but my ultimate goal is to perform on the stage and I need some help to get more exposure and get noticed. As a g** African-american, my community does not want to deal with me. I lost my nursing career because I could not continue to live under daily bullying, especially when my supervisors would not support me or are themselves actively part and parcel of bullying. I am 36 but many peolple look and me and think I am a teenager. Your assistance inmy journey to acting is highly anticipated. Thank you for listening .

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