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TAMARA TUNIE SAYS ELVIS DURAN IS “THE BEST DEAD BODY I’VE EVER HAD’ ON SVU

Tamara Tunie joins Elvis Duran and the Morning Show Thursday to talk about Elvis Duran’s appearance on the show tonight May 13th! Dr. Warner as she is known on Law & Order SVU, tells us that “Elvis’ dead body was the best dead body I’ve ever had,” Although she admits she says that about all of her dead bodies….. we can tell from the sound of her voice she ~really~ means it talking about Elvis!
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Tamara Tunie, N'Kenge, Terence Archie, More Star in Black Butterfly Virtual Reading Beginning February 3 and ‘Black Butterfly’: Film Review

Tamara Tunie, N'Kenge, Terence Archie, More Star in Black Butterfly Virtual Reading Beginning February 3 and ‘Black Butterfly’: Film Review. ‘Black Butterfly’: Film Review and Tamara Tunie, N'Kenge, Terence Archie, More Star in Black Butterfly Virtual Reading Beginning February 3. Australia to end harassment exemption for judges and politicians. Michigan...
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‘Journal for Jordan’: ‘Law & Order’s Tamara Tunie Joins Denzel Washington-Directed Drama

EXCLUSIVE: Actress Tamara Tunie has joined the cast of Sony’s Journal for Jordan, the feature adaptation based on Dana Canedy’s 2008 best-selling memoir, which is being directed by Oscar-winner Denzel Washington. Michael B. Jordan and Chante Adams star in the film, which tells the true story of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Canedy’s (Adams) love affair with First Sgt. Charles Monroe King.
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Growing Up in Homestead: Tamara Tunie

Some of the scenes Tamara Tunie describes in her early life seem as though they’re out of a movie. The accomplished 61-year-old actress grew up in a funeral home where friends would beg to sneak down to see the morgue. She was the fourth of five children in a close-knit family, and the family extended into the entire community of Homestead. She recalls with a laugh that if a kid acted up while out playing, their parents would find out “what you did, who you were with, and what time you did it” before they even got home.
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