Tracee Ellis Ross made her screen debut as ‘Kiki’ in the 1996 drama film ‘Far Harbor’ directed by John Huddles. Following her debut, she went on to star in films like ‘Sue Lost in Manhattan’ (1997), ‘A Fare To Remember’ (1999), ‘Hanging Up’ (2000), and ‘In the Weeds’ (2000). In 2000, she joined the main cast of the American sitcom television series ‘Girlfriends’ as ‘Joan Clayton.’ The show ran for 8 seasons and aired its final episode in 2008. Ross also became a recipient of the ‘BET Comedy Award’ and 2 ‘NAACP Image Awards’ for her performance in the show. She went on to appear in television films and series such as ‘Second Time Around’ (2004), ‘Life Support’ (2007), ‘Private Practice’ (2010), ‘CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’ (2011), and ‘Five’ (2011). In 2014, she grabbed the role of ‘Dr. Rainbow "Bow" Johnson’ in the American sitcom television series ‘Black-ish’ created by Kenya Barris. The series aired 175 episodes in a span of 8 seasons before going off-air in 2022. Ross also won the ‘Golden Globe Award’ along with 6 ‘NAACP Image Awards’ for her portrayal of ‘Dr. Rainbow "Bow" Johnson’ in the show. She was next seen in television series such as ‘Broad City’ (2016), ‘Grown-ish’ (2018-2022), ‘Mixed-ish’ (2019-2021), and ‘The Premise’ (2021). She was last seen in the Canadian sketch comedy TV series ‘The Kids in the Hall’ in 2022.
Maggie Sherwoode is working as a personal assistant to a legendary signer named Grace Davis. She soon meets an aspiring musician named David Cliff, after watching him perform outdoors. She is quite enamored with his voice, and she offers to work with him on his album, by lying that she is a producer.
Monty is a mechanic who enlists the help of a successful attorney named Julia, in order win custody of his three daughters from his ex-wife. Monty and Julia eventually fall for each other, but things get complicated when his ex-wife tries to return to his life.
Hanging Up is a comedy drama film which revolves around three sisters Georgia, Eve, and Maddy, who are all doing quite well in their careers. They are forced to unite when their father falls ill all of a sudden.
A young woman is on the brink of losing her job; in order to avoid being sacked, she falsely announces that she is pregnant. However, soon she finds that sporting a fake pregnancy bump comes with a lot of benefits, including promotions and popularity. So, she decides to maintain the same for the next nine months.
Tracee Ellis Ross Awards
|Black-ish||Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy||2017|