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Tyler Perry is an acclaimed writer, director, producer and playwright. A simple piece of advice from Oprah Winfrey set his career in motion as a diary of his daily thoughts and experiences led to his writing of his first musical, "I Know I've Been Changed" in 1992. Madea first debuted in 2000's "I Can Do Bad All By Myself" and spawned three more plays leading to Perry's jump to the big screen with 2005's "Diary of a Mad Black Woman," which debuted at #1 nationwide. He has since written, directed or produced 14 films, three television series and 14 plays. Perry's first book, Don't Make A Black Woman Take Off Her Earrings: Madea's Uninhibited Commentaries On Life and Love was a New York Times bestseller and claimed two Quill Book Awards. Most recently he starred as the title character inRob Cohen's "Alex Cross." In 2013, two additional projects featuring Perry behind the scenes will be released - "The Marriage Counselor," which Perry wrote/produced and directed, and "We the Peeples," which he produced through his 34th Street Films banner.


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