Washington Watch 2nd Annual Hollywood Edition Pt. 1

March 28, 2011 1:05 am 3 comments

Appearing on the second annual Hollywood Edition of Washington Watch are, Vanessa Bell Calloway, Tichina Arnold, Tasha Smith, fashion designer Anthony Mark Hankins, Salli Richardson, Essence Atkins, Tatyana Ali, Wendy Davis, Anna Deavere Smith, Vanessa Williams, Elise Neal, Bill Duke, Sonja Norwood, Mario Van Peebles, Kim Whitley, Damon Williams, Buddy Lewis and J. Anthony Brown.

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