Tracee Ellis Ross Takes on Dream Role in "The High Note"

For "black-ish" star Tracee Ellis Ross, there is not much she hasn't accomplished in front of or behind the camera. As an actress, producer and writer, she has pretty much checked off all the boxes. Having carefully chosen her roles in feature films, focusing on ones that have presented her with a challenge and an opportunity to grow, Tracee is now flexing her vocal chops in "The High Note," starring as Grace Davis, a pop diva facing a career crisis. As the daughter of Diana Ross, singing has always been a part of Tracee's legacy, a part she's always wanted to explore...

"I obviously come from a legacy of chanteuse, I come from a legacy of singing and as a kid it was something I always wanted to do and I just kind of went in a different direction"

"The High Note" is available now on demand!


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