TV and FILM
CUT THROAT CITY (2019)
THE HOLIDAY CALENDAR (2018)
Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2018)
HOW IT ENDS (2018)
Where's The Money? (2017)
Comedy is the best way to address issues.
I think comedy is the best way to address a lot of issues and kind of keep the conversation going and not have any predispositions of how somebody is who they are.
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ALL EYEZ ON ME (2017)
I wanted to embody empowerment.
I wanted to embody a woman that despite coming from where she came from, despite anything, she would still go on to be successful. I wanted to do what I can to portray a woman that wouldn’t take no for an answer and what that woman would like at 13 years old and at 20 years old and what it takes in your life to become that empowered as an African-American woman.
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CW's The Vampire Diaries (2009-17)
I would have to say that being able to ... grow with the character who came to terms that she was a witch ... it’s actually kind of profound if you’re talking about the parallels of life and coming into your power as a young woman. I would have to say this character definitely helped me come into my own.”
I learned a lot about myself playing her.
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In MUSE, Graham stars as an unnamed woman who begins a passionate affair with a man, but things take a darker turn. The short is made up of three different parts, and it has no dialogue. Instead, it is comprised entirely of silent acting and compelling music, which Graham co-wrote and sang herself. The music style is vastly different from that of her more pop-influenced repertoire, exposing a deeper, more mature side of the actress and singer that many of her fans have not yet seen.