Many tears were shed on Sunday night. “I joked to my friend [on Sunday] that I didn’t have any tears left because I cried them all in filming the finale,” says “Pose” actor Dyllón Burnside. He hosted a viewing party at home with friends for the third season and series finale of the groundbreaking show, which is set in the New York ballroom scene of the 1980s and ’90s.
Photograph courtesy of Tutes. Art Direction and Fashion by Chris Laboy. EP and Grooming by Britty Whitfield. Hair by Timothy Harvey. Set Design and styling by Aaron Moses Robin. When Dyllón Burnside showed up to his first day of work for the third season of Pose in March 2020, he...
Rainbow Crew is an ongoing interview series that celebrates the best LGBTQ+ representation on screen. Each instalment showcases talent working on both sides of the camera, including queer creatives and allies to the community. Next up, we're speaking to Pose star Dyllón Burnside. Season three spoilers follow. Pose is over,...
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Ryan Murphy announced the new cast members on his American Horror Story anthology spinoff on Instagram, with the caption "The Fantastic Four." All four actors are already veterans of Ryan Murphy productions, most notably Glee alum McHale.
Dyllón Burnside knew he wanted to be an entertainer the moment he saw Whitney Houston in "The Bodyguard" at the age of 5. “The first song I remember singing as a kid was ‘Run to You,’” he told TODAY. “The songs in the movie and on that soundtrack were dramatic, emotional, honest, and sophisticated which was everything I knew I wanted to be.”
‘Thoughts Of A Colored Man’ Sets Broadway Opening With Cast To Include Keith David, Dyllón Burnside, Luke James
Thoughts of a Colored Man, the new play by Keenan Scott II, will begin performances at Broadway’s Golden Theatre on Friday, October 1, opening Sunday, Oct. 31, with an ensemble cast that includes Dyllón Burnside (FX’s Pose), Bryan Terrell Clark (Hamilton), Da’Vinchi (Showtime’s upcoming Black Mafia Family), Luke James (Showtime’s The Chi), Forrest McClendon (The Scottsboro Boys), Tristan “Mack” Wilds (HBO’s The Wire), and Keith David (Seven Guitars, OWN’s Greenleaf).
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Dyllon Burnside is most recognizable for his groundbreaking role as Ricky on FX’s celebrated serie, “POSE,” but his commitment to changing society’s definition of gender roles goes far beyond the show. The actor-singer was recently nominated for Outstanding TV Journalism by GLAAD and has been highlighted in Men’s Health magazine for being a vocal force in pushing the boundaries on the constructs of traditional masculinity. Burnside was elated to accept the opportunity to join actress Jenifer Lewis, Bernard David Jones and Thomas Hobson in the filmed presentation of George M. Johnson’s bestselling memoir, All Boys Aren’t Blue.
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Jenifer Lewis, Dyllón Burnside, Bernard David Jones and Thomas Hobson Cast in Filmed Dramatic Reading of George M. Johnson’s Bestselling Memoir, “All Boys Aren’t Blue” for National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan 14, 2021-- The Black Leadership AIDS Crisis Coalition (BLACC) powered by AIDS Healthcare Foundation, announced today the partnership with iN-Hale Entertainment and All Tea, No Shade Productions in support of the National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day on February 7, 2021 with the theme of “Stigma Gotta Go.” “Stigma and shame are 2 parallel social ills that continue to fester in communities of color all across this country and play a role in the increasing number of new HIV diagnosis among Black Americans,” stated Imara Canady, Chair, Black Leadership AIDS Crisis Coalition (BLACC). “It is our hope that through sharing this powerful production that we continue the critical work that BLACC has been doing for close to a decade in breaking down the misconceptions, lack of awareness and ignorance around a myriad of issues that feed into stigma, and further divide us as a community. We truly build community by each of us showing up fully as who we are, and each of us respecting the diversity that exists within our community.” According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), African Americans make up close to 14% of the U.S. population, but close to 50% of new HIV diagnoses.