At the same time, Henson was working two jobs—one as a secretary at the Pentagon and another as a cruise-ship entertainer.
At Howard, she honed her singing, dancing and acting skills, proudly earning herself a "Triple Threat Scholarship."When Henson was in her junior year of college, she found out she was pregnant.
Perry supposedly fell head over heels (or in this case, heels over heels) for Henson on the set of ‘Prey’. Either Taraji is a fag hag or she is paying no mind to the rampant rumors concerning Mr. It’s easy to look the other way when your man is showering you with diamonds and other pricey trinkets.
But at 37, Taraji isn’t getting any younger, and most available men are getting turned out faster than Johnny Gill.
Not only was she determined to keep her baby, but Henson refused to miss a beat when it came to her performance schedule.
She asked her theater professors not to treat her any differently.
Most of us know Adam Rodriguez from his role as Eric Delko on the hit TV show CSI: Miami and were devastated to learn that his character wouldn't be back next season.
But the NYC native is taking the shakeup as an opportunity to expand his career in film and landed a starring role in Tyler Perry's new film, I Can Do Bad All By Myself. Tell us a little about your character Sandino in Tyler Perry’s new film I Can Do Bad All By Myself.He doesn’t have any of that in his life but still understands the value. The biggest challenge was not making him too perfect. But he actually has a dark past and its part of the reason why he knows what’s important in life.I think keeping that underneath what was going on with the character was a bit of a challenge. One of the funnier moments that comes to mind is in one of the first scenes Taraji and I filmed.According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film is called Tyler Perry’s She’s Living My Life.In the drama, Henson plays a faithful wife who grows weary of remaining loyal to a no-good man.That pastor gets him a job to fix April’s (Taraji Henson) house, so he works for room and board.