Actress Cassi Davis to speak at JSU on Tuesday

Actress Cassi Davis will speak to Jackson State University students on Tuesday, March 26,  in the Rose E. McCoy auditorium at 2 p.m.




A native of Holly Springs, Davis has worked extensively over the years with Tyler Perry on such projects as the stage play and subsequent DVD film, “Madea Goes to Jail” and the theatrical films, “Daddy’s Little Girls” and “Madea’s Family Reunion.” Her television credits include “Living Single,” “Chicago Hope” and the voice of Hud Woman in the claymation show, “The PJs,” with Eddie Murphy. She has also made appearances in “Woman Thou Art Loosed,” “School Daze,” “Silent Children” and the “Big Otis Blues Revue.”



In 2004, Davis was awarded Best Supporting Actress by the NAACP Theatre Award Committee (Los Angeles Chapter).


  1. Michael d.dickens says:

    Hello isu ..i am is deaf just help ask speak show dont know were house?

  2. Jeremy Hodge says:

    Go JSU!!! I didn’t realize that she was a native Mississippian.

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