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Adilah Show - Starletta DuPois

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Host Adilah Barnes speaks with Starletta DuPois who co-starred in the Pan Africa Film Festival's top prize winning film, "Ties That Bind," co-starred with Phillip Baker Hall in "Duck," and costars with Louis Gossett, Jr. in the critical acclaimed film "The Least Among You." Television audiences are well acquainted with DuPois via her recurring role on the runaway hit "Lost" with Harold Perrineau, "Cold Case" with Thom Barry, and "K-Ville" with Anthony Anderson. Also ABC's "One Life to Live," "The Road to Galveston," co-starring with Cicely Tyson, "City of Angels" "Chicago Hope," "The District," "The Steve Harvey Show," "Any Day Now," "Through Hazel Eyes" with Jane Seymour and HBO's "Strapped," as well as a series' regular on PBS' "Up and Coming." Her theatrical roots include: "Intimate Apparel," "Before It Hits Home," August Wilson's "King Hedley II"-all of which garnered prize nominations, as well as, the coveted Woodie King, Jr. Award for her work as Best Actress in a Drama during the 2005-2006 season. A graduate of The University of Maryland-Eastern Shore, Starletta received a 1978 Tony Award® nomination in the category of Best Featured Actress in a Play for "The Mighty Gents," written by Richard Wesley.