Keke ‘Keep A Job’ Palmer Condenses All Of Her Talents Into One With The Launch Of Her Own Digital Network

Palmer first graced television screens after landing her first gig in “Barbershop 2: Back in Business” back in 2004.

Palmer kept her momentum going and starred in what would become her breakthrough role in the 2006 drama film “Akeelah and the Bee.” The role affirmed Palmer was in the industry for the long run.

Palmer’s influence in media is the reason many young Black girls felt represented on television and beyond. She’s also our “Cinderella,” becoming the first Black and youngest woman to play the beloved character on Broadway.

Prior, Palmer had also set new precedence when she became the first Black woman to star in her own television show on Nickelodeon. “True Jackson, VP” came to an end by 2011, but Palmer’s footsteps proved she was only at the start of her marathon.

Since then, we have seen her still embrace her youth through the animation film “Light Year.” Plus, most recently with a guest appearance on Ludacris’ animated comedy series “Karma’s World.”

She is also stepping into more dynamic characters in films such as “Alice” and Jordan Peele’s “Nope,” which brought in $44 million in ticket sales during its first week, as AfroTech previously mentioned.

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