#BlogHer19 Creators Summit attendees, are you ready to be entertained? Keke Palmer may not know who Dick Cheney is (which is now a hilarious meme) but she is nevertheless a legitimate multi-hyphenate, working at the top of her game in several categories. She will be joining us on September 18th at 5:45pm. We’re excited to learn about how she built her career from child actress on Nickelodeon to starring beside Jennifer Lopez, Lili Reinhart, and Constance Wu in “Hustlers” and becoming a permanent co-host on GMA3: Strahan Sara and Keke. She’ll also share how she uses her platform to stress the importance of inclusion in the media and support and empower young women everywhere.
It’s no secret that Keke was born for stardom. We feel like we’ve grown up watching her blossom into an iconic celebrity! Audiences were introduced to Keke in her first breakout role in “Akeelah and The Bee”, followed her through her “presidential” status in ‘True Jackson, VIP”, and stayed with her as she became a young woman who now dips her creative pen in to many pots, including publishing her own book and releasing her own music on her own label.
We couldn’t possibly neglect to mention “Hustlers,” Keke’s new film that smashed box office records this past weekend and is receiving award season buzz. It has been named one of the best movies of the year by GQ, Glamour, and Buzzfeed, to name a few. Keke is a powerful force in her role as Mercedes, and we know the self-proclaimed “millennial diva” won’t be slowing down anytime soon!
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ABOUT KEKE PALMER
Keke Palmer is an actress, activist, music artist, author, humanitarian, and passionate voice for her generation. Palmer currently stars in the hit feature film Hustlers opposite Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu as well as co-host the popular daytime talk show GMA3: Strahan, Sara, and Keke. Previously she stared as the over-the-top Gigi on 20thCentrury FOX Television and Lee Daniel’s Entertainment hit television show ‘Star, as April Lewis in EPIX’s ‘Berlin Station’, and in FOX’s hit show ‘Scream Queens’ as Zayday Williams. She began her career with a breakout role in the film “Akeelah and The Bee” and then starred as the title character in the hit cable series “True Jackson, VIP,” for which she received four NAACP Image Awards for Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children’s Program.
In early 2016, Palmer starred in FOX’s Emmy winning, GREASE: LIVE as “Marty.” She also made Broadway history as the first African-American and youngest actress to star in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s iconic 1957 musical, “Cinderella.”
Palmer has starred in over 20 feature films including box office mega-hit “Ice Age: Continental Drift,” “Joyful Noise,” “Brotherly Love” and “Imperial Dreams.”
Among her television credits are “A Trip to Bountiful,”, (for which she earned an NAACP Image Award nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Television Move, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special); the cable miniseries “Full Circle”; made-for-TV movie “CrazySexy Cool: The TLC Story’; and a six-episode arc on the second season of “Masters of Sex.”
Simon and Schuster published Palmer’s first book, “I Don’t Belong To You, Quiet the Noise and Find Your Voice” in 2017. In “I Don’t Belong to You”, Keke candidly shared the many bumps and roadblocks she has faced and knows many from her generation are facing today. In this debut book Keke endeavored to guide the reader to become the hero of their own story.
Keke recently released her latest single ‘ Twerk N Flirt’, the first off her upcoming album The Boss, which is set to be released later this year on her own label imprint, Big Bosses Entertainment. Last year she released ‘Bossy’ and ‘Wind Up” to follow up her groundbreaking EP titled Lauren.
Palmer also partnered with AwesomenessTV to release a mockumentary style scripted comedy series titled, “That’s The Gag”, for her YouTube Channel. The eight-episode series was (very) loosely based off of Palmer’s real life experience and gave audiences a peak behind the Hollywood curtain.