Wendy Raquel Robinson is well known for portraying strong women on television shows like the hard-hitting fictional character Latasha “Tasha” Mack on the BET series “The Game,” but now that the series is ending the actress is combining her faith and gifts to solidify her legacy.
Robinson, 47, has spent nine seasons on “The Game” and six seasons on the television series “The Steve Harvey Show.” While she has provided laughs and entertainment to countless viewers, Robinson’s behind the scenes work with her nonprofit school, the Amazing Grace Conservatory, has helped mold young minds.
The nonprofit school recently created a contemporary “Sister Act Too” production, where young people between the ages of 8 and 18 performed original songs, dances and spoken word.
Robinson has a passion for helping young people has used her gifts of dancing and acting to teach and mentor students interested in the performing arts for over two decades.
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