American actor Tyler Perry revealed in his 2007 directorial film Why Did I Get Married that he once paid late actress Cicely Tyson $1 million for only one day’s labor of love.

The 52-year-old director confesses to paying Tyson a large sum of money because he “valued her” in the front of the August/September issue of AARP The Ma

In an interview with the magazine, Perry alleged that the star of The Rosa Parks Tale received inadequate compensation for her work in the entertainment industry.

“I never reported to the public or the media that I looked after Ms. Tyson for the entirety of her 15-year life.” She talked about it in her book, which is the only reason I am bringing it up. She once had a proud demeanor.

He persisted, declaring that the actress had accomplished “such a great number of unbelievable things.

As you are aware, she received $6,000 from Sounder. I tried to let her know that she had once been favored by others. As a result, she made a contribution to my 2007 film, Why Did I Get Married? As a cost, I gave her $1,000,000. Working with her used to be wonderful. And it gives me great pleasure to know that I was able to give this wonderful woman some equilibrium in her late life.

With the exception of the 2007 movie, Tyler Perry and Cicely Tyson collaborated on a wide range of projects, including Why Did I Get Married Too?, Madea’s Circle of Family Reunion, and Diary of a Mad Black Lad.

Cicely Tyson, a late actress famous for starting her legendary career as a fashion model before frequently transforming into a Hollywood actor, was formerly a resident of Harlem, New York.

According to Superstar Web Price, Cicely Tyson had an online value of $10 million at the time of her passing. According to an online service, Tyler Perry is currently valued at $800 million.

Cicely Tyson, who was born on December 19th, 1924, made her acting debut in the 1957 drama Carib Gold by Harold Younger. After that, she went on to appear in shows like East Aspect/West Aspect, Bare Town, The Doctors and the Nurses, CBS Repertoire Workshop, and other

However, she became well-known after appearing in the Off-Broadway production of The Blacks, which allowed her access to high-profile gigs. In the 1966 film A Guy Called Adam, she played Claudia Ferguson opposite Sammy Davis Jr., Ossie Davis, Louis Armstrong, Frank Sinatra Jr., Peter Lawford, and Ja’internet DuBoi.

She went from unknown to famous after that, appearing in a variety of television shows such as Guiding Light, I Secret Agent, Judd for the Protection, The F.B.I., The Courtship of Eddie’s Father, The Invoice Cosby Show, Gunsmoke, Emergency!, and others.

Following her performance as Rebecca in Martin Ritt’s 1972 family drama, Sounder, Cicely became well known as one of Hollywood’s top actors. She was nominated for an Oscar for the role she played in the movie.

Two years later, she went straight from unknown to famous in the television film The Autobiography of Omit Jane Pittman, for which she had already received two Emmy Award nominations.

The only thing a hero needs is a sandwich. are just a few of Tyson’s additional performance accolades. Ms. Scrooge, Touched by an Angel, A Woman Known as Moses, The Haunting in Connecticut 2: The Ghosts of Georgia, The Space of Playing Cards, Cherish the Day, How to Get Away with Murder, and so forth. are just a few of Tyson’s additional performance accolades.

She has also received numerous awards, including a Tony, a Display Actors Guild, a Peabody, and an Emmy in 1994 for her performance in the Oldest Dwelling Companion, Widow Tells Al.

Cicely Tyson received an honorary Academy Award in 2001.

In January 2021, she passed away at the age of

She died at the age of 96 on 6.9.l.s.e.s.s.n.k.y.r years..) r.y.g. 2021.

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