April 30, 2018
Announcing our Fun & Fabulous 2018 Bridge Awards Masters of Ceremonies
We are elated to announce our 2018 Bridge Awards Masters of Ceremonies Actor, Producer Director, Entrepreneur Wendy Raquel Robinson and Storyteller, Actor, Writer, Host, Homie Bruce A. Lemon.
Wendy Raquel Robinson
One of the most talented, beautiful, professional actors in the entertainment industry, Wendy Raquel Robinson is a Best Actress NAACP Image Award recipient, known for her groundbreaking roles as ambitious leading women on television. She is also a successful business owner of Amazing Grace Conservatory, a theatrical training institute in Los Angeles, California. A cum laude graduate of Howard University, Robinson’s artistic background in acting, directing, writing, and choreographing displays her passion for performing arts. She continues to strive for excellence in her career as an artist, scholar, and mentor. CLICK HERE to read more about Wendy.
Where you might know Wendy from….
– Comedy Central’s new scripted Motor City comedy series, “Detroiters”
– Columbia Pictures feature film, “Flatliners”
– “Tasha Mack,” the feisty, sexy, single mom-manager of a professional football player for nine seasons on the CW and BET’s “The Game”
– The “no-nonsense diva principal, ‘Regina Grier’ on the “The Steve Harvey Show” for six years.
– The first African American actor to portray Disney’s, iconic villain, Cruella DeVille, for the Disney Channel’s, “Descendants.”
Bruce is a storyteller born and raised in Watts, CA. As a child, his father made him write stories and read them aloud in the hallway as punishment for lies and mischief. He’s still in trouble. 2016 Princess Grace Award winner. Artistic Associate and Ensemble member of Cornerstone Theater Company. Artistic Director of Watts Village Theater Company. Host of 89.3 KPCC In-Person’s Community Storytelling series Unheard LA. @BALemonJr / BruceALemonJr.com. CLICK HERE to read more about Bruce.
Where you might know Bruce from…
-“What Happens Next“, A La Jolla Playhouse presentation in association with Cornerstone Theater Company
-Host of 89.3 KPCC’s “Unheard LA”
-Riot/Rebellion with the Watts Village Theater
Don’t miss out! CLICK HERE to purchase your tickets for the 2018 Bridge Awards on May 17.