VIOLA DAVIS WITH EMMY: FAYE SADOU/MEDIAPUNCH; VIOLA DAVIS IN CLASSROOM: ABC/MITCHELL HAASETH; SHONDA RHIMES: ABC/LOU ROCCO; HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER CAST: ABC/BOB D’AMICO Two years ago Viola Davis said no one would cast her in a love scene with Bradley Cooper. In September, the Tony Award winner became the first Black woman to win an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her dynamic portrayal of Annalise Keating, a stylish, manipulative, layered attorney with not one handsome lover, but two. Viola’s art is so powerful; we believe she spoke this moment into existence. Prior to The Help, Viola Davis starred (mostly) in roles that were asexual, invisible or downtrodden.
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