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VIP Ignite E:308 Inspired Actor and Singer Zipporah Dickerson

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On this episode of the VIP Ignite podcast, your host Deneen White is excited to introduce you to Zipporah Dickerson. She was born and raised in North Carolina.  She was brought up in a Christian based household where she went to church every Sunday as well as being in the choir, dance team, plays, and fashion shows they would have. Zipporah grew up listening to different music genres and artists like Beyonce, Luther Vandross, Christina Aguillera, etc. She began loving every single aspect of music and took an interest in music. Once she began to see her favorite singer acting in some of her favorite movies, she wanted to do anything to be in the spotlight where she could sing, dance, and act. Zipporah is beginning to pursue her dreams of singing, dancing, and acting. Although her family is not in the entertainment industry, that has not stopped her burning desire to be in front of the camera.

Zipporah has many inspirations in the entertainment industry such as Beyonce, Taraji P. Henson, Lauren London, and Miley Cryrus. These women have inspired Zipporah by being in some of her favorite movies, tv shows, and sung her favorite songs. She knew from watching and listening to them that being in front of the camera is where she wanted and needed to be. 

Zipporah’s goal in life is to make others smile with her many talents and whimsical features. Her main goal in the industry is to express herself through her art and to get across a message that will touch others. Zipporah loves having a positive influence on her peers and others through all aspects of life. Her favorite memory will always be when she was in high school. It was her last concert and she was in the front row giving the best performance she could and that was a feeling she never wanted to let go.

 

 

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