Diahann Carroll

Diahann Carroll Discusses Her Television Legacy

TV’s first Black prime-time starlet, the iconic actress speaks on ‘Julia,’ ‘Scandal’ and more

Kelley L. Carter

by Kelley L. Carter, January 24, 2013

Diahann Carroll

Diahann Carroll

not sit there and complain. Forget it and move on to something else. I also like that I see more young, Black Americans coming together to form their own corporations and make their own products. It’s a difficult place to be, but it was difficult for everyone who is involved in production and creation. It’s harder than being just there when the job is offered to you. Never stop. Never stop learning.

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