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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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  • Lee A. Pinkston CF Va

    I appreciate everything that you do you bring love light and laughter to a lot of souls. I have heard about your past and I have pretty much walked the same walk you did growing up from nothing and you have succeeded into something I would love to make it like you have to give back to my mother and 2 boys so my family can relax and not stress over how the bills get paid or how the next meal gets made I will would love to take that burden off my mother so she can rest peacefully and enjoy the remaining years here so I can shower her like she has me and mines working 3 jobs to provide for us it's hard out here in some places to find a good paying job in some towns that just don't have it to give .I'm not asking for no hand-outs I just would like a chance to work for you to see if I can give her what she has for us . Keep doing what you do and bring on that good laughter for our souls. I love you for all that you do and keep bringing Madea around I love love her!

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    • C Monty On the road #2200734

      The Community action agency is there for you, I admire your mental pride. It remains me of my son, and OB, They shutter at the thought of depending on any one for any thing , like M J, and kristian Kordula. Independent pride men , Just quality men, with quality and caring women around them.

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    • C Monty #2200736

      O B short for Obama, He's more humble now than from the beginning

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    • C Monty #2200883

      Looking forward to the holidays: A happy time

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  • Reen Canada

    Hi Tyler Perry, I love your movies. You are so funny. And I adore your courage and never giving up. Well I'm about to give up with my school due to being in debt with student loan$ 50,000. I don't know how or who to help me. I tried so many times for solution or help but never found any. The world is so cold I feel sometimes. My dream was to complete my programm in college but I can't. please help me with this debt, if you want to. If not you're still great. And may God bless you in every way. Say hi to Madea

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  • Marilyn Vega Chicago, IL

    Hello Mr. Perry I so love all your movies. God bless. Can you please contact me via email. There's something important that I need to discuss with you. Very personal and dear to me. I really appreciate your time. God bless

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  • William Thomas Atlanta

    There is God, Jesus and Tyler Perry! Keep raising the bar brother!

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  • david watkins dever ,co

    can you get me a copy of madea on the run and i can do bad all by my self the play

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  • Annette Samuels Atlanta

    Absolutely Awesome. Being a native this makes me so proud!

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  • Sheila Joseph

    I love you Tyler Perry i watch all your movies I've been to ur plays are so awesome and smart good person may God continue to bless you

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  • Sheila Joseph

    My name is Sheila my husband would love to work with you he's so talented would you give an army veteran of 13yrs a chance he love doing movies.. thank you

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  • Willa Cranston Hemingway, South Carolina

    Dear Mr. Perry I am a retired 65 year old woman who has recently relocated back home to South Carolina from Georgia, and have gotten involved with the youth at my hometown church. I live in a very small rural community, and there is nothing here for the kids to do, no recreation centers, no theatres, no kids programs at all except for what the church involves them in. I would very much appreciate it if we could bring our kids to your studio just so they can see what their future could hold when given the opportunity along with hard work and faith. I am currently trying to do some things to raise money so that we could open a recreation center that would include roller skating, computer room, library, etc. Most of the financial support government programs will only support communities with 50,000 or more residents, that leaves kids in small rural areas out of the loop of things. I know that they would really enjoy seeing your studio and all the fantastic things that you all do there. I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you in advance for any consideration. May God continue to bless you and your entire staff, and all that you do to keep us entertained in these trying times. With sincere appreciation, Willa Cranston.

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  • jeannette beard_msladyjay stone mountain ga

    I have a movie for you and a soundtrack it is awesome song that tells a story about losing someone that you love it is beautiful l pray to god everyday that one day I will meet you hope to hear from you

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  • Danielle Rivers-Muse Gwinnett County

    Hello Mr. Perry, My daughter is an 8th grade scholar and attends a Performing Arts Charter School in Gwinnett County. She along with her peers are great fans of your craft. Your story is one of great perserverance and determination. You are a wonderful influence on our youth. We were looking for a field trip for our Drama and Set Design Majors grades 6-12. There are only about 20-25 scholars within this major. I would like to know if you would offer a field trip for the students to tour your facility. Please contact me at any of the sources posted with this comment to let me know how to go about scheduling a field trip. You can also contact Shar-Reese Alfred, the Drama teacher/Performing Arts Coordinatior of North Metro Academy of Performing Arts by emailing: you in advance for your time and consideration. I look forward to hearing from you or your staff soon. Stay blessed. Best regards, Danielle Rivers-Muse

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  • Robert Persons

    Mr. Perry, I just read an article by the AJC where you generously offered to cover the burial cost for the two North girls who passed away in a hot car. Not that you need to hear it from me or anyone else for that matter but you sir are a class act. People like you inspire the rest of us. Reading that article has blessed more people than just Breal Ellis. Thank you for demonstrating that there is hope, love and compassion all around us in this world and often times it comes from total strangers. God Bless You.

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