Queen Latifah

Queen Latifah

Queen Latifah - Robyn McCall, The Equalizer


The Equalizer is an American television series created by Andrew W. Marlowe and Terri Edda Miller. It follows the story of Robyn McCall, a veteran of the U.S. Secret Service, as she returns to live in New York City near her teenage daughter Delilah, and decides to use her talents to help those who have no recourse to fight the powerful criminals of this world.


Robyn McCall is a divorced, single mother and former undercover CIA agent. To help those in need, she works behind the scenes as a vigilante under the name of Equalizer to bring justice to the world.


Queen Latifah is an American singer, rapper, producer, model, television host and actress. She released her first album "All Hail the Queen" in 1989, with the hit single "Ladies First". Since then, she has recorded a total of 7 albums, one of which contains the single "U.N.I.T.Y." which earned her the 1994 Grammy Award for Best Solo Rap Performance and reached the Billboard Hot 100.

In parallel, she made her acting debut in 1991, in Spike Lee's film "Jungle Fever", and on television in an episode of the famous series "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air". From 1993 to 1998, she played the role of Khadijah James in the FOX sitcom "Living Single", and played the lead role in the 1996 film "Set It Off".

In 1999, she launched and hosted her show "The Queen Latifah Show". This one will stop in 2001, before making its comeback in 2013 and until 2015. It features celebrity interviews, human interest stories, musical performances and her take on pop culture news.

Queen Latifah became significantly popular with the movie "Chicago" (2002), thanks to which she got numerous nominations as well as won the 2003 BET Awards for Best Actress and the 2003 Black Reel Awards for Best Supporting Actress. She confirmed her success with several projects, such as the title role in the dramatic and musical TV movie "Bessie" (2015), the drama "Flint" (2017), the hit comedy "Girls Trip" (2017) and the musical and dramatic series "Star" (2016-2019).

Long considered by the public and the entertainment press to be a feminist rapper, she has since been dubbed the first lady of hip-hop. She received her star on the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2006, for her contribution to the entertainment industry.


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