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Studio Tour

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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  • Ed Love Orlando Fl,

    I'm continuously inspired by your past, present and future. May God's bountiful blessings continue to overflow in your life.

  • Journey

    I wish You would read All the comments...but you've gotten so BIG Now...you may not have time for the LITTLE People anymore....wish I had money to make ENDS MEET...CAUSE MY end,and.....MEET are far,far apart

  • lanena bennett fort worth tx

    love all of your movies.have written several movies myself.just have not learned how to puy them out their.

  • Janie E. Jennings Greenville SC

    Hi Mr. Perry I respect you a lot. I hope to meet you oneday My family is a very funny funny family. I am a member of a very talented family.


    I love the moves your making God has truly blessed i hope one day we can work together thank you for living out your dreams and being an inspiration i know GOD is looking down smiling love ya

  • Mirlande Atlanta

    Hi. My name is Mirlande but prefer to be called meme, I was wondering since you made the movie Diary Of A Mad Black Women if you are interested of producing a movie that call The Life Of A Scorned Mother. I have some ideas if you interested and it's pretty deep . Thank you

  • Paul Williams United States

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  • Paul Williams georgia

    Tyler Perry my name is Paul I know a lot of people try to get in touch with you but one of your fans. Your just really talented when I seen Temptation that's when I really seen how talented you are that's my favorite movie of yours. I am a singer songwriter I just really wish I could get a chance to be in your presence because in that time I would really wish you hear me out I really want to be successful because its always been my dream to sing I just wish you would give me a chance please. PS. My number is

  • Clint Smith United States

    Congratulations on the move to the Fort McPherson location. It should be a big boost for Atlanta and a great opportunity for the creative community in the area. Clint Smith writer

  • Paula East Point, GA

    Oooh, ooh. A "Quincy Jones" studio. Maybe somehow you could introduce kids to one of the early and best rap songs ever, "Human Being Band" on the "Back On The Block" (also a great rap tune) album. And then their parents could hear Valerie Simpson sing the best version of "Bridge Over Troubled Water" ever! Even after all these years I'm close to chill-bumps when George Benson cuts in with that first solo.

  • Paula Smalarz East Point, GA

    Thank you, thank you, thank you, Tyler Perry! Moving your studio to Ft. Mac is going to be wonderful for East Point. I've been very worried about our tiny downtown since I heard about the closure. You only had to see all the uniforms when eating lunch at restaurants near my house to know the hurt on the way. I've lived in and loved East Point since the mid-eighties, Major Hilliard's terms helped a lot but things have stalled since then. I love me some Vincent Fort but I think he's just wrong on this one. And the lady on tv bemoaning "transparency" has pretty transparently never ridden the MARTA train and looked out at the desolation along the tracks. Mixed-use indeed! Empty buildings more like, IF they ever got built. Love, Your Future Neighbor, Paula ps. pls be creative traffic-wise!

  • Richard Kramer West Orange, N.J.

    Mr. Perry, About 3 yrs ago, I was channel surfing and came across your "House of Payne" The Payne's ,were in their house, and there was a actor, dressed in a suite, who looked just like "Mr. Soul" the Great, Sam Cooke. I would like to contact this Actor now, since I did not see the credits, at the end of this episode, which I believe, was called "Were There's a Will, There's a Way! A fireman, had died and the Payne's decided to draw up a will, so I believe, this character was their attorney. If you, or anyone, from your casting department, who was working for you back then, know, who this Actor is, and has his contact information, please contact me ASAP. Respectfully yours, Richard Kramer www.remarkentertainment.com P

    • Paula East Point, GA #1990544

      Dear Richard Kramer, Check out IMDB.com for any such info that you seek. Only use small case letters. I couldn't type it correctly because this magic box kept turning the b to a v when I typed it correctly. Weird.

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