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InDaHouseMedia Exclusive: Be on the lookout for Porsha Ferguson

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InDaHouseMedia Exclusive: Be on the lookout for Porsha Ferguson

By Elyse Cheatham

Porsha Ferguson is a budding talent hitting the acting world. In just a short time of acting professionally, her resume already consists of working on shows like VH1’s “Single Ladies”, “Fatal Attraction”, “The Game”, “Homicide Hunters”, and Tyler Perry’s “The Haves & the Have Nots” as a reoccurring character.  
Born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee Porsha has known her passion for acting since she was twelve years old.  After high school, Porsha attended college for one year but opted out to relentlessly chase her dreams and pursue her career as an actress.
The now twenty-seven-year-old has filmed in Tennessee, Atlanta, New York, and Los Angeles. Studying under professionals like Dewayne Boyd through his improve classes and being on set with Tyler Perry. Porsha described each experience as humbling because their critiques, pointers, and advice are helping to prepare her for the next level. 
In the love department, Porsha is what she calls, “Single as a dollar bill,” saying, “I want to be settled in my career, then focus on my love life.” Porsha knows the sky is the limit and wants to be able to do it all from sitcoms to the stage and the big screen. “I really love thrillers and action films, “ she says, “I want to get in those movies…something like Tomb Raider would be a dream. I want to do it all.”
Be on the lookout for Porsha Ferguson on the Urban Movie Channel this fall in “Love & Success” and “Couples Night”, alongside Tony Rock and Regan Gomez. 
Connect with her at www.PorshaFrguson and on Instagram @porshaferguson.

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