David and Tamela Mann served as two of the hosts, along with comedian Rickey Smiley, for The 30th Annual Stellar Awards during its live taping last weekend. The show is being aired nationally this weekend and on upcoming weekends.
You can catch the Stellar Awards on one of these channels:
Greensboro/High Point/ Winston-Salem’s WFMY-CBS on Sunday, 4/5 at 12:00 pm;
Charlotte’s WAXN-IND on Sunday, 4/12 at 6 p.m.
Find out all the channels and showtimes on the Stellar Awards website: http://www.thestellarawards.com
See this unstoppable Gospel duo live at JoyFest on May 23 in Charlotte, NC at Carowinds or at JoyFest on July 18 in Richmond, VA at Kings Dominion!
Few entertainers today can match the unbridled energy and creative passion that Tamela Mann brings to her multi-faceted career. An acclaimed actress, NAACP Image Award and Grammy Award nominee and Stellar Award and Dove Award-winning vocalist, as well as wife and mother, Mann’s talent has helped anchor one of the industry’s most successful film, TV and theatrical franchises, while her amazing vocal gift is at the top of her impressive resume.
Tamela seems to effortlessly juggle a variety of notable projects while still finding time to aid such worthy organizations as the American Diabetes Assn. Tamela and her husband, NAACP Image award-winning actor and comedian, David Mann co-star in a number of television projects including a new series “It’s A Mann’s World” and sitcom “Mann and Wife.” Mann’s 2012 “Best Days” album release set records and garnered a list of accolades adding to Mann’s musical profile.
Ingeniously funny and extraordinarily talented are understatements when it comes to the multifaceted actor and 2011 NAACP Award winner for Outstanding Actor In A Comedy Series (Meet The Browns, “Mr. Brown”), David Mann. A native of the “Bible belt” state of Texas, David masterfully showcases his God given talents in today’s most dynamic and distinguished genre.
Accentuating his already natural gift of making people laugh as a youth, David set his sights on acting. As a free-spirited adolescent, the self-possessed 15 year-old discovered a way to employ his unsuspecting antics by involving himself in various high school activities including contemporary drama where he permeated the stage world by becoming a budding thespian. Finding his natural element, David was commonly cast as the production’s funnyman where his infectious comedic flair was visibly realized and fittingly unleashed. From high school to local community theater, David’s accomplished performances quickly gained notable recognition advancing his diversified image into public notice.