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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.

Click below to take a tour of our studios.

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  • Sandra Donaldson

    09/24/2014 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 details of 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 someday soon. Please continue making inspirational movies. Peace and Blessing ~SD~

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  • Dr. Bailey Baltimore

    Please take time out to read this touching story about a group of teenagers and young adults who are working to educate the world on the true history of African Americans with the hopes of fostering the esteem of African American children. EdAnime Productions is a Baltimore based animation film company that produces educational hip hop animated films for elementary and middle school children in the areas of history, mathematics, science and health. What's extraordinary about this company is that is was founded by a host of African American teenagers and young adults who are striving to project positive images of African Americans in the media. Their first series, Meltrek, is an animated hip hop cartoon that teaches African American history starting with the birthplace of humanity Africa. They are currently funding the project themselves with the help of their gofundme campaign ( Please visits the links below to view their website and social media pages. (NOT mobile friendly)

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  • Sharon Jackson, MS

    I love you baby.

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  • EJ Bryant Las Vegas, NV

    Mr. Perry myself and a close friend will be in Atlanta next week for the "Woman Thou Art Loosed" conference. I would like to know if we can tour the studio as well as meet you in person. Thank you in advance! I'm stepping out on faith with this Mr. Perry.

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    • Alesia P. Tallahassee #2008870

      Hi Tyler, I am enjoying your work. I have all of your plays and movies . No, they are not "bootleg" :). Keep up the good work my friend.

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  • kreana florida

    Hello tyler..I just want to ask that you and your staff pray a prayer of healing for my niece xena..shes 5mths and she go into open heart surgery Thursday at 6am..I thank you in advance. .

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  • Sharon Jackson, MS

    Chism help Tyler because he need some help. Thank you. An that is on Madea's Boyfriend.

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  • Sharon Jackson, MS

    I love you baby. I know you are working hard on Madea's Boyfriend. Work hard.

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  • Sandra Donaldson Maryland

    09/23/2014 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 details of 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 someday soon. Please continue making inspirational movies. Peace and Blessing ~SD~

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  • Cherokee Pogue GA

    Thank You for the positive videos you post on Facebook. :-) Wishing you and your staff a blessed & beautiful day. Also thanks for sharing the studio tour! WOW it's a true gem! So glad it's not open for pubic tours because it's way to awesome and beautiful. Could you imagine... That would be like bringing thousands of strangers to work on career day everyday. :-( OneLoveToAll Cherokee

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  • Linda Jackson United States

    I have a story that I know is Mr. Perry next hit. I want to see how he would end it. It is a true story and it needs to help somebody especially me. Mr. Perry has ministered to me and today, I hope you get this and here my story. I read other post but please take mine seriously. I know this is your next hit.

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  • Kerry Krueger Hoffman Estates, IL

    Tyler, I had sent a message last week to get others to send mail to a boy with cancer who lives in Wisconsin. I always think about others before myself, but my boyfriend and I are in dire straits, and I know we are not the only ones. I have a Go Fund Me page that I am asking if others on here can help with. We are at the end of our lease, but were almost evicted. We have 2 cats that we can't part with, we only have a mini van, yet we have to keep a storage unit. Winter is coming and there isn't a place in all of Chicagoland that I am aware of that will take us all in. We don't have any kids, but our cats are like our daughters. Legally, they are only property. I am asking for anybody who can help us financially to give what you can. This was a last resort as I don't like asking for help, but we have to be out by Sept 30th. We don't have any family or friends that will help us out. Nobody has extra space to take us all in. We need to be able to get into a place or even an RV and park it somewhere no later than Tuesday. I am asking for a small amount to start to get into an apartment if possible and to also keep storage and car insurance. We only have one car between us and it's not so big to fit the 4 of us. It's getting cold out and I am afraid for all of us. So I am posting the page: If anybody can help, it would be appreciated. We just want to know we will have a place to stay that is safe so we can continue to look for work. Not knowing where we will be living or if we will even have a shower is hard to try and look for work. I know we are not the only ones in this situation, but It's in my heart to pay it forward once we can move on ourselves and get on track. God bless you all!!!!

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  • Melissa Alabama

    Dear Mr. Perry, I am an African American wife and mother of two boys ages 14yrs and 10yrs. I live in a small town in Alabama that still has a lot of prejudice. I was working for a small business for 6 years as a biller with a whole lot of headaches and tears. My ex coworker and I practically built the company for this employer that had a bad reputation (in which we didn't know) when we got hired on. When we ran the company for about 4yrs on our own, the owner decided that he wanted more work out of us instead of hiring more people that were experienced in the field. I was having migraine headaches all day everyday. I was billing all Medical Insurance Companies electronic and paper claims, sending out statements and invoices to patients, answered the phones, and helped with walk in patients. I got so stressed out to the fact that I had to let the job go or I was going to end up having a stroke or heart attack. I prayed to God everyday and night for him to send me something better so I could leave that stress. So, another job opportunity came in which I took but I had to get off late at night in which that wasn't good because of my boys. This started stressing me because of this and things in which they failed to disclose to me in the interviews. I didn't want to quit because I didn't want to feel like a quitter or failure but this started triggering my migraines also. After talking it over with my husband I quit. So, now I have been unemployed for almost 4 months now. I have gone on job interviews but no luck. In the meantime I have still been praying for God to fix it the way he sees fit. I am used to working so it is hard for me not to work. I want to be able to help provide for my household. I'm looking for something that is worth my time and effort because a fast food or cashier job is not going to pay our mortgage. I was talking to my ex co-worker today and she is fed up with that 1st job that I initially talked about. She wanted to give up but I told her to pray about it! Why can't we practice what we preach? My family and I go to church faithfully every Sunday in which my husband and I teach Sunday School to Mentally challenged Adults. Why does it seem like you end up getting the short end of the s**** when you try to do good and help people? Why is it the people that we help are never there to help you when you need it? Why is it that the people that don't really want to work can get a good job? If often ask Why me? What have I done to deserve what I am going through? At times I feel like just giving up! Is it even worth it? What can I do? What do I need to do? My faith is really being tested right now.

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