Viola Davis Embraces Her Natural Beauty For LA Times

Viola Davis embraces her natural beauty for this issue of the LA Times. The Oscar nominated actress speaks about the difficulties of making it in Hollywood and her aspirations to become a film producer.

It is definitely a great year for Viola Davis who has been spotted up and down looking gorgeous for various film-centric events. Viola Davis proves that she might just have a career as a supermodel in the latest issue of the LA Times.

Viola rocks her natural hair and her skin has never looked so flawless. She wears a lace Marchesa gown for the cover and a Jason Wu costume, National and Theirrry Mugler ensembles for the inner spreads. Davis sits confidently, gazing up (possibly pondering about the possibility of walking away as the Best Actress at the Oscars).

A few highlights from her interview include her view on how difficult it is to land A-list roles in Hollywood. She says, That really is our plight, especially as women of color. You can have all the training in the world, come from a respectable background and yet never get that big opportunity that breaks you out–never.”

She also spoke about her desire to get into producing explaining, I am doing this out of necessity. If I am not the instrument of change, I can meander through this business and be the black woman who always has two or three scenes, but with fabulous actors around me.

The Oscar nominated actress was recently stopped looking glamorous as usual at the Oscar brunch, held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. She spotted a Jaun Carlos Obando bright pink halter dress and Jimmy Choo stilettos.

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