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Sharland Hendrix’s Journey to Actress and Voice-Over Artist | Episode 139

Sharland Hendrix Gives up her job and steps out on faith to become a voice-over artist and actress

In Episode 139 of What's The 411, recorded on March 19, 2019, journalist Kizzy Cox, and comedian Onika McLean are talking with actress Sharland Hendrix, as she talks about her journey from event management at the Apollo Theater and meeting and working with A-listers such as Robert De Niro and Gladys Knight to becoming an actress, voice-over artist, and singer. Ms. Hendrix details her steps including how to select people to work with, her agent, the secret to doing voice-over work from home on a budget, and more.

Actress Halle Berry is Dating Again!

VIDEO DISCUSSION: Given that Halle Berry’s relationships don’t seem to last and they are so public do you applaud her for trying again?

After a break from dating, Academy Award-winning actress, Halle Berry is stepping back in the dating pool again.

Berry posted a photo of her and her new man, British music producer Alex Da Kid on Instagram with a caption, “My balance.”

In August, Berry told People that she was taking a break from dating after her divorce from French actor Olivier Martinez in 2016.

The two split in 2015 after two years of marriage, and they have a 3-year-old son together.

In less than two months, Berry is posting photos of herself with her “new” man.

So, did Berry tell People she wasn’t dating so that people could stop following her and asking the dating question?

Or, did she really mean it and things just happened?

Tell us what do think in the comment section under our video on YouTube.

Award-winning Actress S. Epatha Merkerson

Actress S. Epatha Merkerson stars in an HBO film, Lackawanna Blues, a love story in a bygone era

This video clip is from an interview with the award-winning actress S. Epatha Merkerson that What's The 411TV correspondent, Diana Blain, conducted on the red carpet for the premiere of Lackawanna Blues, on a very cold winter evening in February. Ms. Merkerson is responding to a question where she reflects on a time period from a bygone era.

Ms. Merkerson won several awards for the role of Rachel "Nanny" Crosby, including a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie and a NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Television Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special.

Ms. Merkerson appeared in 391 episodes of the long-running NBC police procedural drama series Law & Order—more than any other cast member. Ms. Merkerson's character, as NYPD Lieutenant Anita Van Buren, is also the longest-running African-American character in the history of primetime television.

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