Washington Narrated The Critically Acclaimed Documentary About The New Orleansbased Teenage TBC

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She also co-directed and appeared in the music video for hip-hop artist Common’s song, “I Want You”, the fourth single off of his album Finding Forever. Washington narrated the critically acclaimed documentary about the New Orleans-based teenage TBC Brass Band, From the Mouthpiece on Back. in 2010, she made her Broadway debut in David Mamet’s Race, alongside James Spader, David Alan Grier, and Richard Thomas. As a sort of souvenir or memento, she usually tries to keep something from every character that she plays, such as an item of wardrobe or a piece of furniture from the house the character lived in. She is at times referred to as a political activist and was a supporter of Barack Obama’s presidential candidacy.

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Kerry Washington Also Codirected And Appeared In The Music Video For Hiphop Artist

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She is known for her roles as Ray Charles’s wife, Della Bea Robinson, in the film Ray (2004), as Idi Amin’s wife Kay in The Last King of Scotland, and as Alicia Masters, love interest of Ben Grimm, The Thing, in the live-action Fantastic Four films of 2005 and 2007. She also co-directed and appeared in the music video for hip-hop artist Common’s song, “I Want You”, the fourth single off of his album Finding Forever. in 2010, she made her Broadway debut in David Mamet’s Race, alongside James Spader, David Alan Grier, and Richard Thomas.