Karen Malina White nominated as Best Supporting Actress at the 28th Annual NAACP Theater Awards

Allen Edelman Management congratulates Karen Malina White for her nomination as Best Supporting Actress for her work in the play Runaway Home at the 28th Annual NAACP Theater Awards.

This star-studded event took place, at 5 pm, Monday, June 17, 2019 at the prestigious Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles.

The NAACP Theatre Awards is presented by the Beverly Hills/Hollywood NAACP Branch in partnership with the City of Los Angeles and Los Angeles City Council President/District 10 Councilman, Herb Wesson Jr. The event is co-chaired by Councilman Herb Wesson, Beverly Hills/Hollywood NAACP Branch President Ron Hasson, and the Executive/Creative Producer, Tia Boyd. The mission of the Theatre Awards is to entertain, educate, inspire the community and create diversity in the arts and entertainment industry. The prestigious star-studded gala aims to honor the highest achieving persons in the field of dramatic arts.  The branch also celebrates a four-day theatre festival, which provides a platform for thespians to express their craft and share their contributions with an audience of their peers, the community and other individuals who celebrate live theatre in Los Angeles.

Karen is best known for her work as a series regular “A Different World,” “Malcolm & Eddie,” “The Cosby Show” and “The Proud Family.” Karen delivered a standout performance in the feature film “Lean On Me,” and has made numerous guest star appearances on such television shows as “Shameless,” “The Middle,” “Mike & Molly,” “Kidding,” “Raven’s Home,” and “How To Get Away With Murder.”

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