Tyler Perry's fans have long watched the writer/producer/director/actor pull a dress over his 6-foot-5 frame and perform as Madea, the grandmother with her fair share of opinions.
Tyler Perry's empire began with one simple play, "I Know That I've Been Changed." The legit production took him six years and his life savings, twice, to stage.
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