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I am a first generation American-Nigerian. I speak multiple Nigerian dialects and multiple accents.
Born in Washington DC, I have lived equally in the US and Lagos Nigeria which has led to me having an interesting view and sense of humor about life. I often feel like a man born of two different worlds because of the cultural differences. It’s a balancing act like no other, having to adapt to both cultures simultaneously which can be challenging, because although I have had the desire to entertain and act this profession is not something readily embraced in the Nigerian cultural because it’s not considered a professional line of work. Nigerian parents command and I quote “READ YOUR BOOKS”, “GO TO COLLEGE” so that you can become a Doctor, Lawyer, or Engineer NOT Actor.
So I followed my parent’s instruction and migrated back to the United States to attend college at Seton Hall University where I majored in Criminal Justice and Political Science. Currently my day job is a Senior Business Systems Analyst. It is during my adult years I have been able resurrect my desire to be an entertainer and actor. I’ve always had a love for movies and with my family’s encouragement it ignited my creative juices which led to pursuing a career in the entertainment industry. In 2011 I began taking acting and voice over training with The Actors Scene in Buford GA. My intuition regarding my acting ability became evident because in October 2014 I signed with an agent. Today I am proudly represented by TDH Talent Unlimited.
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My favorite past time is to spend time with my lovely wife and daughter watching our favorite movies.
Transformational Speaker - Author - Holistic Wellness Practitioner Authentic Living Strategist
Cee Cee H. Caldwell- Miller is a native of Washington, DC and she now resides in Plainfield, New Jersey. Cee Cee attended Trenton State College in Ewing Township, New Jersey where she received a B.A. in Communication and Theater with a minor in African American Studies. She worked in the following industries: real estate, healthcare, retail, banking, higher education and software before deciding to pursue her Master’s degree. Her love for helping people, since she was young caused her to receive a M.A. in Counseling, Human Services and Educational Leadership with a Substance Awareness Coordinator, Cert. of Eligibility. She believes in continual education no matter what because applied knowledge is potential power.
Cee Cee has had a love for writing since she was 5 years old when her mother use to tell her to go write a story to get rid of her. Cee Cee began writing poetry, then she moved to writing one act plays, then into article/blog writing and finally to book writing. She believes that everyone has a story to tell. Her love for the written and spoken word has increased as the years have gone by.
Cee Cee speaks and facilitates workshops on the following topics: Being A Healthier U (Living Your Best Life From The Inside Out), The ABC’s of Business Basics, Success Principles, Passion and Purpose, Authentic Living, Wellness In The Workplace, Time Management (Whose Time is it Anyway) and The Art of Relaxing, Relating and Releasing, Kingdom Stewardship and Servant Leadership just to name a few.
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Jerri P. Beasley
Jerri is an innovative, effervescent, and tenacious servant of God chosen to infuse the Word through the art of aesthetic appeal. In a time when the truth is viewed as a trivial necessity, Jerri’s ministry is immersed in truth and honesty. She epitomizes John 8:32: “and ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free,” while on her mission as a renowned writer, director, and producer of Christian stage plays, her critically acclaimed morning gospel radio show, and much sought after Mistress of Ceremonies prowess.
Chastity is a force in the music industry as one of the top percussionists in the game as highlighted when she toured for Duran Duran! She truly redefines, #hitlikeagirl as she breaks down barriers in the music industry and has emerged as an inspiration to girls of all ages -- a great example as parents encourage their daughters to chase their dreams! Chastity would love to chat with you!
In April, Beauty in the Breakdown released of their best-selling debut EP, "Neon," which features their 2nd single, "It's Not Too Late" and a remix of "Around the World" courtesy of house legend, DJ Rap. Among the tracks on Neon are "Satellite," "Falling Forward," and "Deep Love," with Sahaj Ticotin of the band RA.
An intense feeling of deep affection and personal attachment for another person...that's Love. An even greater love is the Love of Christ. HIS love is a gentle continuous flowing river of compassion, deep affection and concern, and it is because of His Love and attachment to us that we can love one another. Robert E. Person's desire is to share this message with an all new musical installment focused on the divine love of God.
Multi-award winning inspirational jazz vocalist Robert E. Person has released his fourth indie album LOVE DIVINE. This magnificently orchestrated and divinely written project includes a special remake of the hit "I Really Love You", written by one of Gospel music's favorite songwriters Dr. Norman Hutchins. "I Really Love You" is Robert's second and current radio single that is climbing up the Gospel radio charts.
Listen to "I Really Love You"
Robert engaged several outstanding songwriters for LOVE DIVINE. Rising Nashville songwriter Glyne Griffith and producer/musician Melvin "Maestro" Lightford contributed the worship ballad "Just Because" in which Robert eloquently provided his signature soothing vocal sound. The first radio single from LOVE DIVINE, “Testify”, was written by Ayesha Daniels and arranged by Robert and extraordinary Jazz pianist and producer Allyn Johnson.
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Rev. Dr. Charley Hames, Jr. is the senior pastor of the historic Beebe Memorial Cathedral (BMC) in Oakland, CA. His first book, Pressing Reset: When Life Forces You to Start Over Again, will be released in Winter 2015 by Spirit Driven Publishing.
Dr. Hames has a tremendous passion for God’s word, coupled with a love for God’s people. He has a contagious spirit of generosity that overflows throughout every facet of his ministry. Yet even though his pastoral experiences and ability to lead have netted successful churches, changed lives and powerful testimonies, Dr. Hames has also experienced his own dark moments – moments when he felt God wasn’t there. That was until Dr. Hames pressed reset.
Bill Jenkins is a senior pastor who has served in full-time ministry for over 28 years, renowned conference speaker, life coach and an award winning author. He has been recognized by the mayor of Indianapolis as a Community Service Leader and by the Minority Business Men as a "Man Of Distinction". He has been featured in Charisma and other nationally know magazines and he has the longest running television program on the Trinity Broadcasting Network. Pastor Bill Jenkins is a true man of God with a prophetic word for our nation.
Tony Terry is one of the greatest voices of this generation. He is such a beautiful spirit, an incredible talent and I'm happy to say that he will be on Real Life, Real Faith with Cheryl Lacey Donovan (An Elissa Gabrielle Entertainment Production) on Tuesday, June 9, 2015 at 8pm EST.
Terry is a graduate at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington. He signed a recording contract with Epic/CBS Records.
Terry's self-titled second album, released in 1990, included the single "With You" (his biggest hit) which reached the Top 20 of the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, as well as the Top 10 on the R&B chart. "Everlasting Love", was a number-six R&B hit. After leaving Epic, Terry moved over to Virgin Records. His debut album for that label was 1994's Heart Of A Man. The single, "When A Man Cries", just managed the R&B Top 40, but the album was a commercial failure. The following year, Terry contributed background vocals on the single "Gotta Have Love", from Yolanda Adams's album More Than a Melody. He also appeared in the video. Terry has performed on the soundtracks to Gladiator starring Cuba Gooding, Jr., Tap starring Gregory Hines and King's Ransom starring Anthony Anderson. In 1991, Terry earned two Soul Train Music Award nominations: Single of the Year and Artist of the Year for "With You".
Good Evening, peeps! Welcome to the latest episode of The Mid Week in Review, courtesy of Afronerd Radio airing this Wednesday at 7:30pm EST. Join Dburt and Capt. Kirk as they discuss this (mid) week's issues: a recent article from The Root, delves further into the "Superheroes are White and Thugs are Black" meme as The Fantastic Four film featuring actor, Michael B. Jordan approaches; aspring rapper, Chet Hanks (son of Academy Award winning actor Tom Hanks) is asserting his right to say the n-word; two WW1 soldiers (of Jewish and Black ethnicities) once overlooked acts of bravery due to the racism/ant-semitism of the period receive recognition from POTUS now; Bruce, now Caitlyn Jenner has a very public reveal; The team reviews the USA Network's upcoming TV thriller series, Mr. Robot which was released a preview on YouTube; an African-American Queens, NY resident asks for the return of NYC's "stop and frisk" policies in the wake of the death of his nephew due to gun violence; Dburt still has yet another take on how some POC misinterpret "respectability politics"; hypocrisy alert-2016 presidential hopeful and reknowned neurosurgeon, Dr. Ben Carson appearing on a t-shirt with Dr. King raises eyebrows (I guess past depictions of Biggie/Tupac with various Black political heroes is ok, huh?); a Stanford University study affirms that Black students get punished more harshly than their White counterparts based on unconscious teachers' biases. Call in live at 646-915-9620.
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