Viola Davis memoir ‘Finding Me’ scheduled for next April

NEW YORK – Oscar winner Viola Davis is performing on a memoir that she claims will be “straight, no chaser.”

HarperOne will launch Davis’ “Finding Me” on April 19, 2022. Davis traces her increase from escalating up in poverty and family violence in Rhode Island to getting to be a person of the world’s most acclaimed actors. She received an Oscar for her starring function in the 2016 film adaptation of August Wilson’s drama “Fences,” an Emmy for “How to Get Away with Murder,” and Tonys for “Fences” and “King Hedley II.”

“I consider that our stories, and the bravery to share them, is the most highly effective empathetic device we have,” she claimed in a assertion. “This is my story … straight no chaser.”

Davis’ other credits include the films “The Help,” past year’s “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” and the upcoming “The Suicide Squad.” She is also organizing to portray Michelle Obama for the Showtime series “First Girls,” which she will help develop.


“Finding Me” will introduced in partnership with Ebony Magazine Publishing.

“Viola Davis is a highly effective truth teller — through her operate on stage and screen, as perfectly as in her existence,” HarperOne president and publisher Judith Curr explained in a assertion. “I’m looking ahead to working with her on a reserve that powerfully reveals the danger and hazard for a Black girl living in the fullness of her abilities and gifts — and the reward and flexibility that arrives with it.”

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