Tamela Mann Wiki, Biography, Husband Name, A Madea Homecoming


Tamela Mann began her career as a gospel singer with the Kirk Franklin and the Family. She was an admired soloist on many songs, including “Don’t Take Your Joy Away,” “Now Behold the Lamb,” and “Lean on Me,” which included Mary J. Blige, Crystal Lewis, R. Kelly, and Bono.

In 2005, she released her first studio album. Her third studio effort, Best Days, went Gold by the RIAA, and “Take Me to the King,” the lead track, was a major commercial success as well as a Grammy Award nominee for Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance. Tamela Mann Wiki, Biography, Husband Name, A Madea Homecoming.

Tamela Mann Husband Name

She was married to David Mann and has 13 siblings. She has four daughters named Tia, Tamera, Faith and Joy and two sons named Daniel and David Jr.

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Tamela Mann Wiki, Biography

Tamela Mann Wiki/Bio
Real NameTamela Mann
Nick NameTamela
Age55-yrs old (As of 2022)
BirthdayJune 9, 1966
Famous AsActress
BirthplaceFort Worth, TX
Heightapprox 5 feet 10 inches
Weightapprox 75 Kg
Body Statsapprox 44-28-40 inches
Biceps Size21 Inches
Shoe Size14.5 (US)
Net Worth$1 million, as of 2022

Tamela Mann In ‘A Madea Homecoming’

Tyler Perry’s previous Madea movies have raked in more than $600 million at the box office. But a theatrical debut for “A Madea Homecoming,” which launches Feb. 25 on Netflix, was never part of his conversation with the company.

“I didn’t even think about it. They’re a streaming service, and I understand the importance of making content in support of that,” Perry tells Variety, noting that he released “Madea’s Farewell Play,” a filmed version of the stage show, on BET Plus when launching the streamer with ViacomCBS in 2019.

Despite skipping the megaplex this time, Perry is still a believer in the theatrical experience.

“There will be some slight changes or some erosion, but some movies and experiences are meant to be enjoyed in a room full of people on a huge screen, and not on the computer or television,” he says.

“My hope is that theaters and theater chains continue to thrive and be all that they have been for me, my generation and generations before me. I do worry for this upcoming generation — will it still be there? But I intend to do my part to make sure theatrical releases still happen.”

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