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Viola Davis has been spotted as Michelle Obama

Viola Davis starring Michelle Obama appears in the first trailer of a new TV drama. The First Lady, who will play later this year, will look at the lives of women married to three American presidents.

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The 10-part series will also feature Michelle Pfeiffer as Betty Ford and Gillian Anderson as Eleanor Roosevelt.

It is described as “a reorganization of the American leadership revelation. Which speaks of the lens of women at the heart of the White House”.

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Davis won the 2017 Fences Award for Fences. And is best known for the films The Help, Widows and Suicide Squad. As well as the TV show How to Get Away with Murder.
The show also features O-T Fagbenle as Barack Obama. Aaron Eckhart as Gerald Ford, and Kiefer Sutherland as Franklin D Roosevelt.
The Showtime series will include several narratives depicting the time of the three women at the White House.

The UK release date for the series has not yet been confirmed.


Viola Davis was born August 11, 1965, in St. Louis. Matthews, South Carolina. She is the daughter of Mary Alice (née Logan) and Dan Davis. She was born on his grandmother’s farm in Singleton Plantation. Her father was a horse trainer. And her mother was a maid, a factory worker and a domestic water worker.She is the youngest of six children. With four sisters and a brother. Two months after his birth, his family moved to Central Falls. Rhode Island, with Davis and his two sisters, leaving his older sister and brother and grandparents with him.

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His mother was also an activist during the Civil Rights Movement. He described himself as “living in extreme poverty and inadequacy” in his childhood, remembering living in houses “full of rats and abandoned”. Davis is the second cousin of actor Mike Colter, best known for starring Marvel Comics actor Luke Cage.

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Davis attended Central Falls High School. An alma mater where he briefly expressed his love of acting on stage for his artistic involvement. While enrolling in the Youth School of Performing Arts in West Warwick, Rhode Island.

After graduating from high school, Davis attended Rhode Island College. Studied theater and participated in the National Student Exchange before graduating in 1988. Next, he attended Juilliard School for four years, and was a member of the School Drama. Section “Group 22” (1989-93).

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