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Tyler Perry Studio’s was established in 2006 and moved into its current facilities in the fall of 2008. This 200,000 square foot Studio, located in Southwest Atlanta, consists of 5 sound stages, a post-production facility, a back lot, a 400-seat theater, a private screening room, and designated areas for entertaining and hosting events.

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  • NF

    Hello Mr.Perry, I really enjoy the work you do. When I am feeling down I watch your plays its very inspirational. I have been through so much in life and sometimes I get really down because I have no family . I went through the system but I am currently been on my own for 18years. I can write a book about my life. I thank you for your work because every time I get down and depressed I watch your plays. I know that as long as I have God in my life everything will work out in due time.

  • LATRESE Washington D.C

    Hey Tyler,

  • Estelle M Overton Chesapeake, VA 23324

    Thanks for the tour of your building. I am so impressed with your work. Keep up the good work. May god continue to bless and keep you in his arms.

  • DS Atlanta, GA

    Just want to say, so very proud of you. Great job and may God continue to place his hands on all you do.

  • Jayson Atlanta

    Are there internship opportunities for college undergrads. Please email me with information.

  • Antoinette Penick Winter Haven, Fl 33881

    Hello Mr. Perry, As I write this post I have become discouraged as I read and look at all the millions of comments that are posted prior to my own. I don't know if you'll ever read this, I don't know if you'll ever respond. All I do know is that God said he would open doors that no man can close, so I figure I better start knocking. We all have our dreams and goals and I am no different than any other person who wants to see their dreams come true and for God to manifest in them. Well last year I completed one of my childhood goals; I wrote and self-published my very first novel. God had came to me when I was at the age of thirteen and told me that I would write a book about my life. I'm glad God trusted me with the task. I self-published because I didn't want to send out manuscripts and have them rejected because someone thought that my story wasn't worth hearing. There is a lot of pain in my story but also there is Victory. The funny thing about after I wrote my novel; I felt free. I wasn't carrying anymore dark secrets. Yes I would like to see my story reach others by means of a movie or television mini-series; who wouldn't. But I guess today I'll just ask you for some sound advice on how to get my novel to the next level. I remember you saying to make sure we sew into good soil. So here I am digging.

    • LATRESE Washington D.C #2179053

      Antoinette,....the marks humans leaves are called scars....so,your pain is positioning you for your greater that's coming!....you'll be ok,I promise, because your not scared or broken from broken pieces...your pain will connect you with those who needs your story....give it to them,always give more than what you need...........There's many scars that ended up tattooed on people, merely because they never learned their life lessons that God had connected to it...Tyler may read your story,I'm not sure .....but,I did,and many many more will....be Blessed! :))

    • Antoinette Penick Florida #2179110

      Thank you Latrese for your encouraging words. I just learned yesterday that my novel.. I Am My Father's Child..In His Presence I Am Free; was nominated for an award. It is because of God's Grace and Mercy that I don't look like what I've been through.

    • LATRESE Washington D.C #2179217

      your welcome,my pleasure ....and CONGRATS!...see there :)) pain don't last always,it just feels like it......scars will make you see the difficulty in (opportunity)....pain will make you soon see (opportunity) in difficulty,and open closed doors..... Remember: your awards represents your devotion.....not your purpose often times ppl tend to get it twisted in society,focusing on accolades....(YOUR) pain is not about the hardware(trophies)....yours is much deeper..... (YOUR) pain is never gonna be about you,its about others that you will come in contact with, that's gonna need the healing that's embedded in your story....your pain is a testament for someone elses's test that's gonna be greater than your own.... Lastly,..... never allow your purpose to be defined by what others think of you....(how you look,compared to what you've been through) or (accolades) an achievement award is not your purpose: but rather a symbolic confirmation of your greater that's coming!

  • Mona New Jersey

    Great day Mr. Perry, I want to extend my deepest appreciation for your craft and gifts. For about a year now, I had an awesome idea for an upcoming film that I'm sure you would be interested in. The only issue, I have no back ground in screenwriting. I have read up on how to write one but I have a slight insecurity. And as much as I would like to present it to you, I'm a bit intimidated. I had an issue with learning how to pronounce words or even the use of them correctly. I'm trying to make sure its okay now for you. I almost got emotional right now typing this. Every one in my immediate family thinks it's a great idea, however the non experience in screenwriting is keeping from doing so. The only way I feel you would understand what it is that I want to share is if I told you the story. Funny huh? Well, I'm serious. And I know from my gut its going to do well. You can even critique it the way you want really. Thanks for your time, I know your busy busy busy. Jah Bless! Walk good....

  • Sandra Donaldson Maryland

    04/03/2016 Hello Tyler, I have always admired your body of work, you have put out some great inspiring plays and movies that has help many of us. I want to share an idea with you for a project that I have. Without hesitation, I strongly believed that you can put wings to this project. The end result of the project will be remarkable. I know that you are a very busy person, and your plate is over flowing with other demands. However, please take the time to reach out to me and I can give you more details about the project. I know you will make all of us happy, meaning your fans to bring this project to the big screen. Thank you for taking the time to read my email and I hope to hear from you soon. Please continue making inspirational movies. Peace and Blessing ~SD~

  • L.M. STL, MO

    Tyler, I was 3rd row and center last night at the Fox Theatre, STL, MO. My admiration has grown even higher after last nights show. Madea sho nuf on the run, you hurrr me-LOL! Check out my YouTube video(s), brief and concise. Thank you. #sickleshapedlife Book: My Sickle Shaped Life: Sandy's Memoir Let's turn this into a Stageplay/Movie, looking forward to working with you. L.M. Dougherty, Author

  • Barry D.Young New York /ATL

    Mr.Perry It has long been a dream of mine to have a shot at being simplt a Background Extra on the set in a few of your Movie productions.At 55 and Retired (I worked at Grand Central Terminal in NYC for Metro North Railroad for 33 and1/3 years.Life is brighter and free now.Im in Atlanta very often.Just would simply like a Shot.Lol Literally and figuratively. If youd affird me a space of a possibility Id be grateful and Appreciative.Thank YOU...BeYOUNG 45 NORTH PASCACK RD NANUET, N.Y 10954 .

  • jcqueline young Saint Louis, MO (63111)

    that is nice i would like two take of tour around your place one day when i am in atlanta i am planing to come up their in july

  • Gwen Winnabow Nc 28479

    Hello, I would love it if you took a moment to check out my GoFundMe campaign: Your support would mean a lot to me. Thank you so much! - Gwen Shenelle

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