Viola Davis has a birthday: see 13 productions with the award-winning actress

Photo 1 of 30 – This Thursday, August 11, Viola Davis turns 57 and it is with this in mind that Jetss Brasil has listed some productions by the award-winning actress. (Photo: Publicity)

Kate & Leopold, 2001. (Photo: Disclosure)

Photo 2 of 30 – Kate & Leopold, 2001. (Photo: Disclosure)

Paranoia, 2007. (Photo: Publicity)

Photo 3 of 30 – Paranoia, 2007. (Photo: Disclosure)

Paranoia: In the 19th century, a ruined English nobleman living in the US is pressured into marrying some wealthy American to save his family, but accidentally crosses a time portal and ends up in the 21st century and meets a modern woman.  (Photo: Publicity)

Photo 4 of 30 – Paranoia: In the 19th century, a ruined English nobleman living in the USA is pressured to marry some wealthy American to save his family, but accidentally crosses a time portal and ends up in the 21st century and meets a modern woman. (Photo: Publicity)

Doubt, 2008. (Photo: Publicity)

Photo 5 of 30 – Doubt, 2008. (Photo: Publicity)

Doubt: In 1964, an air of change hovers over Sister Aloysius at St.  Nicholas.  Father Flynn, a charismatic priest, advocates reform of the school's strict customs and the first African-American student has just been accepted.  When a nun tells Sister Aloysius that Father Flynn has been giving the student too much personal attention, she begins a personal fight against the priest despite not having enough evidence about child abuse.  (Photo: Publicity)

Photo 6 of 30 – Doubt: In 1964, an air of change hovers over Sister Aloysius at St. Nicholas. Father Flynn, a charismatic priest, advocates reform of the school’s strict customs and the first African-American student has just been accepted. When a nun tells Sister Aloysius that Father Flynn has been giving the student too much personal attention, she begins a personal fight against the priest despite not having enough evidence about child abuse. (Photo: Publicity)

In the movie

Photo 7 of 30 – In the movie “Doubt”, 2008, Davis plays Mrs. Miller. (Photo: Publicity)

Code of Conduct, 2009. (Photo: Disclosure)

Photo 8 of 30 – Code of Conduct, 2009. (Photo: Disclosure)

Code of Conduct: When one of the suspects in the murder of his wife and daughter is released, Clyde wants revenge and takes matters into his own hands.  Clyde is arrested and inside the jail organizes a killing spree to unmask the corrupt justice system.  (Photo: Publicity)

Photo 9 of 30 – Code of Conduct: When one of the suspects in the murder of his wife and daughter is released, Clyde wants revenge and decides to take justice into his own hands. Clyde is arrested and inside the jail organizes a killing spree to unmask the corrupt justice system. (Photo: Publicity)

If You Go Crazy Don't Fall in Love, 2010. (Photo: Disclosure)

Photo 10 of 30 – If You Go Crazy Don’t Fall in Love, 2010. (Photo: Disclosure)

Go Crazy, Don't Fall in Love: Stressed by adolescence, 16-year-old Craig Gilner decides to check himself into a mental health clinic.  Unfortunately, the youth wing is closed, so he has to spend his five-day stay with adults.  One of them, Bobby, quickly becomes his mentor and protects him.  Meanwhile, Craig finds himself attracted to a young teenager, Noelle, who may be the cure he needs to let go of an unrequited crush.  (Photo: Publicity)

Photo 11 of 30 – Go Crazy, Don’t Fall in Love: Stressed out by adolescence, 16-year-old Craig Gilner decides to check himself into a mental health clinic. Unfortunately, the youth wing is closed, so he has to spend his five-day stay with adults. One of them, Bobby, quickly becomes his mentor and protects him. Meanwhile, Craig finds himself attracted to a young teenager, Noelle, who may be the cure he needs to let go of an unrequited crush. (Photo: Publicity)

Crossed Stories, 2011. (Photo: Disclosure)

Photo 12 of 30 – Crossed Stories, 2011. (Photo: Disclosure)

Crusade Stories: In 1960s Mississippi, Skeeter is a high-society girl who returns determined to become a writer.  She begins interviewing the city's black women who have left their lives to work raising the children of the white elite, of which Skeeter herself is a part.  Aibileen Clark, the employee of Skeeter's best friend, is the first to grant an interview.  Despite the criticism, Skeeter and Aibileen continue to work together and, little by little, get new members.  (Photo: Publicity)

Photo 13 of 30 – Crusader Stories: In 1960s Mississippi, Skeeter is a high-society girl who returns determined to become a writer. She begins interviewing the city’s black women who have left their lives to work raising the children of the white elite, of which Skeeter herself is a part. Aibileen Clark, the employee of Skeeter’s best friend, is the first to grant an interview. Despite the criticism, Skeeter and Aibileen continue to work together and, little by little, get new members. (Photo: Publicity)

The Suspects, 2013. (Photo: Disclosure)

Photo 14 of 30 – The Suspects, 2013. (Photo: Disclosure)

The Suspects: After his six-year-old daughter and a friend of hers are kidnapped, Keller Dove, a Boston carpenter, takes on the police department and the young detective in charge of the case to take matters into his own hands.  (Photo: Publicity)

Photo 15 of 30 – The Suspects: After his six-year-old daughter and a friend of hers are kidnapped, Keller Dove, a Boston carpenter, takes on the police department and the young detective in charge of the case to take matters into his own hands. (Photo: Publicity)

How To Get Away With Murder: Viola Davis plays renowned university professor and attorney Annalize Keating.  (Photo: Publicity)

Photo 16 of 30 – How To Get Away With Murder: Viola Davis plays renowned university professor and attorney Annalize Keating. (Photo: Publicity)

How to Get Away with Murder, 2014 to 2020. (Photo: Disclosure)

Photo 17 of 30 – How to Get Away with Murder, 2014 to 2020. (Photo: Disclosure)

James Brown, 2014. (Photo: Disclosure)

Photo 18 of 30 – James Brown, 2014. (Photo: Disclosure)

James Brown: Biography of the Iconic Singer, Dancer and Songwriter.  The film portrays the life of James Brown, from his impoverished childhood in South Carolina, the abuse he suffered and the imprisonment he faced, to becoming the

Photo 19 of 30 – James Brown: Biography of the Iconic Singer, Dancer and Songwriter. The film depicts the life of James Brown, from his impoverished childhood in South Carolina, the abuse he endured and the imprisonment he faced, to becoming the “father of soul” and one of the most influential musicians in history. (Photo: Publicity)

A Limit Between Us, 2016. (Photo: Disclosure)

Photo 20 of 30 – A Limit Between Us, 2016. (Photo: Disclosure)

A Boundary Between Us: Based on the acclaimed and award-winning play of the same name, a retired baseball player, who dreamed of becoming a major sports star during his childhood, now works as a garbage collector for a living.  He will have to navigate the complicated waters of his relationship with his wife, son and friends.  (Photo: Publicity)

Photo 21 of 30 – A Boundary Between Us: Based on the acclaimed and award-winning play of the same name, a retired baseball player, who dreamed of becoming a major sports star during his childhood, now works as a garbage collector for a living. He will have to navigate the complicated waters of his relationship with his wife, son and friends. (Photo: Publicity)

The Supreme Voice of the Blues, 2020. (Photo: Disclosure)

Photo 22 of 30 – The Supreme Voice of the Blues, 2020. (Photo: Disclosure)

The Ultimate Voice of the Blues: Tensions rise when blues singer Ma Rainey and her band gather in a studio in 1927. (Photo: Disclosure)

Photo 23 of 30 – The Ultimate Voice of the Blues: Tensions rise when blues singer Ma Rainey and her band gather in a studio in 1927. (Photo: Disclosure)

Unforgivable, 2021. (Photo: Disclosure)

Photo 24 of 30 – Unforgivable, 2021. (Photo: Disclosure)

Unforgivable: After serving time for a violent crime, Ruth returns to society, which refuses to forgive her past.  Broken down in the place she once called home, her only hope is to find the sister she had been forced to leave behind.  (Photo: Publicity)

Photo 25 of 30 – Unforgivable: After serving time for a violent crime, Ruth returns to society, which refuses to forgive her past. Broken down in the place she once called home, her only hope is to find the sister she had been forced to leave behind. (Photo: Publicity)

in the long

Photo 26 of 30 – In the feature “Unforgivable, 2021, Viola gave life to ‘Liz Ingram’. (Photo: Disclosure)

Viola Davis' most recent work was in

Photo 27 of 30 – Viola Davis’ most recent work was in “Suicide Squad”. (Photo: Publicity)

Suicide Squad, 2021. (Photo: Disclosure)

Photo 28 of 30 – Suicide Squad, 2021. (Photo: Disclosure)

Suicide Squad: The government sends the world's most dangerous supervillains to the remote island of Corto Maltese, riddled with enemies.  Armed with high-tech weapons, they travel through the perilous jungle on a search and destroy mission with Colonel Rick Flag.  (Photo: Publicity)

Photo 29 of 30 – Suicide Squad: The government sends the world’s most dangerous supervillains to the remote island of Corto Maltese, filled with enemies. Armed with high-tech weapons, they travel through the perilous jungle on a search and destroy mission with Colonel Rick Flag. (Photo: Publicity)

In

Photo 30 of 30 – In “Suicide Squad”, Viola Davis is ‘Amanda Waller’. (Photo: Publicity)

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