Viola Davis announces that she is releasing a memoir titled ‘Finding Me’ in April of next year.
In a statement she says:
“I believe that our stories, and the courage to share them, is the most powerful empathetic tool we have. This is my story…straight no chaser.”
According to Miami Herald,
HarperOne will release Davis’ “Finding Me” on April 19, 2022. Davis traces her rise from growing up in poverty and family violence in Rhode Island to becoming one of the world’s most acclaimed actors. She won an Oscar for her starring role in the 2016 film adaptation of August Wilson’s drama “Fences,” an Emmy for “How to Get Away with Murder,” and Tonys for “Fences” and “King Hedley II.”
Davis shared the exciting news on social media.
President and publisher Judith Curr also released a statement,