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She has seven older half-siblings, though only one is from her mother's side, Billy Bowles, born in 1973.
The rest of her siblings are; Keva, born in 1970, Sean, born in 1970, Maiysha, born in 1974 and Ahmad Junior, born in 1978.
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Phylicia Rashad was previously married to Ahmad Rashad (1985 – 2001), Victor Willis (1978 – 1982) and William Bowles Jr.
Off-Broadway credits include Lincoln Center's productions of Cymbeline and Bernarda Alba; Helen, The Story and Everybody's Ruby at the Public Theater; The Negro Ensemble Company productions of Puppet Play, Zooman and the Sign, Sons and Fathers of Sons, In an Upstate Motel, Weep Not For Me, and The Great Mac Daddy; Lincoln Center's production of Ed Bullins' The Duplex; and The Sirens at the Manhattan Theatre Club.
In regional theatre, she performed as Euripides' Medea and in Blues for an Alabama Sky at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia. Rashad was the first black actress of any nationality to win the Best Actress (Play) Tony Award, which she won for her 2004 performance as Lena Younger in a revival of the play A Raisin in the Sun by playwright Lorraine Hansberry.
She is very empathetic, sensitive, gentle, and pretty.
In 2009, she appeared as Violet Weston, the drug-addicted matriarch of Tracy Lett's award-winning play August: Osage County at the Music Box Theatre.
Rashad studied at Howard University, graduating magna cum laude in 1970 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.
She is also a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority.
Other regional theatres at which she has performed are the Arena Stage in Washington, D. She was nominated for the same award the following year, for Gem of the Ocean.
Several Black women have won in the Best Actress (Musical) category, including the late Virginia Capers, who won in 1973 for her portrayal of Lena in the musical adaptation of Hansberry's play, entitled Raisin.