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A native of The Bronx, Washington has received high acclaim for her work on stage, on television and on film.
Washington debuted in 2000 in the highly acclaimed independent film "Our Song" and later in the film "Save the Last Dance," for which she received a Teen Choice Award for Best Breakout Performance.
Kerry Washington looked sexy and stunning in this short silver beaded Jenny Packham mini dress. Dirk Nowitzki showed up with his girlfriend Jessica Olsson. Serena surely pushed 'em up and out tonight didn't she? And she traveled with her own entourage of young gentlemen (her sons Rodney and Robinson). Shawn Marion wore a sky blue jacket with a baby pink and blue striped button down. And Jason Kidd posed with his date Porschla Coleman. You need to get out more & get cultured because you have NO IDEA wtf you're talking about.
She rocked a hot pink Rachel Roy suit that really showed off her......smile. Blake Griffin hit the red carpet looking very dapper in his three-piece suit and plaid tie. Because this dude..some reason...strikes me as someone who can't put two socks together. Newlywed Niecy Nash flashed her pearly whites on the carpet. And Laila Ali posed with her husband Curtis Conway. In the south, especially Atlanta...there is no such thing as Fat Girl Syndrome.
In 2010, Washington starred in Tyler Perry's "For Colored Girls" alongside Phylicia Rashad, Whoopi Goldberg, Janet Jackson and Thandie Newton.
That year, Washington also made her Broadway debut in David Mamet's "Race," starring James Spader and David Alan Grier.
Washington was named to Time 100's Most Influential list in 2014.
Steven, thank you for inviting me and allowing me to be part of this very special evening and entrusting me with task of opening it up," Kerry reportedly said during the ceremony.
"I will tell you this: I have known Mellody for many years," she continued.
She was also awarded an NAACP Image Award for Best Actress and the show won for Best Drama.
The NAACP also honored Washington with the President's Award, recognizing special achievement in furthering the cause of civil rights and public service.