Keke Palmer is an actress, activist, music artist, author, humanitarian, and passionate voice for her generation who has appeared in such films as Akeelah and the Bee, The Wool Cap, and Ice Age. She is also known for her starring roles in television series such as True Jackson, VP and the current hit show Scream Queens. Driven to break down barriers and defy definition, Keke was the youngest actress to receive a SAG award nomination in a lead actor category, the youngest talk show host in history, the youngest and first black Cinderella on Broadway, and the first black female to star as Marty in the movie version of Grease, the Emmy–winning Fox Live musical television special. She recently starred in the upcoming film Pimp and will release her groundbreaking second album in 2017. Keke currently lives in Los Angeles. Visit KekePalmer.com.
Some of Today's Leading Black Voices—Including 3 Oscar® Winners, 23 Grammy® Winners, 8 Emmy® Winners, and 5 Golden Globe® Winners—Performing Today’s New International Version (TNIV)
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