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"UCB & BroadwayWorld Winner Donzell Lewis Embracing Authenticity in TV & Film" Ep. 22 of LIGHTS CAMERA CONVERSATION Available, Stream Now!

Join our conversation about all things entertainment! “Lights Camera Conversation” is a brand new podcast by Walid Chaya and Kavita Raj.

Tune in for insights into Donzell's projects, and his thoughts on authenticity and queen culture in the entertainment industry!

Join hosts Walid and Kavita for an exciting episode featuring the versatile artist, Donzell Lewis. Growing up in Virginia, Donzell honed his skills in martial arts, acting, and directing. His journey led him to meet Walid during their time in college at acting school, fostering a lasting friendship and professional collaboration from VA to LA. 

Catch Donzell in commercials for renowned brands like Hyundai and Warby Parker, as well as in the upcoming films "Divorce Bait" and "Dope Queens." His outstanding performance in the stage adaptation of "Dope Queens" earned him the BroadwayWorld Award for "Best Actor." In the acclaimed "The Book of Queer" series on Discovery+, Donzell portrays multiple iconic characters, including MLK and Glenn Burke. Notably, he is the winner of UCB's "Bad Drag Race" and also a 5th-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do. 

Beyond acting, directing, and coaching, Donzell's passion lies in arts education. Delve into his insights on the challenges and rewards of juggling on-camera roles with his commitment to theater arts education. Discover Donzell's invaluable advice on authenticity in artistry, offering a glimpse into his thriving career both in front of and behind the camera. 

Tune in to this enlightening conversation with a true artiste, and uncover Donzell's wisdom on embracing authenticity and excelling in diverse roles within the entertainment industry.

Stream on your favorite platform, like YouTube, Apple Podcasts, Spotify and more or click here. Please give our new podcast a 5 star rating when you listen and subscribe — it means so much as we get started.


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