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nominees as they prepare for Hollywood's biggest night. Oprah will speak with two actors from the hit film The Help - Viola Davis (two-time Academy Award® nominee and this year's Actress in a Leading Role nominee) and Octavia Spencer (Actress
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Oscar winner Viola Davis says black actresses in Hollywood are in crisis mode. Watch as this Juilliard graduate shares how the small quantity (and poor quality) of roles for African-American women breeds a hostile, competitive environment.
Oscar nominees Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer, stars of The Help, discuss the portrayal of African-American issues in the film and address critics who said it was a step backward for black actresses.
When Oscar nominee Viola Davis was just a little girl living in poverty, she says she learned how to dream big from her older sister. Find out how a toilet inspired both women to strive for something better.
Acclaimed actress Viola Davis talks about achieving success after growing up poor.
Viola Davis , a Best Actress Oscar nominee, says she went through a horrible midlife crisis after receiving her first Oscar nomination.
She's beautiful, talented and celebrated by critics. However, Oscar nominee Viola Davis says she struggled with low self-esteem for years. Find out how hardships like her father's death helped her learn to appreciate life and value herself.
Oscar nominee Viola Davis shares how she almost missed out on the love of her life, her husband, Julius. Plus, find out how she learned to receive love and goodness.
Viola Davis received a Best Actress Oscar nomination for her starring role in The Help , but at first, Viola says, she had major reservations about playing Aibileen Clark, a black maid living in Mississippi in the '60s.