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Meet Brandee

Brandee Evans is an accomplished actor, advocate, and businesswoman. She appears as a series regular on the Starz network show P-Valley, in the role of “Mercedes” – a performance critics describe as “wonderfully compelling,” and for which she was considered the breakout star of the first season. The hit show enjoys record-breaking premiere viewership and cult popularity.

P-Valley’s highly anticipated second season premiered in June, 2022 – breaking the network’s growth record with an increase of viewership of over 1,000%, representing the largest season over-season gain in the history of Starz. The show was renewed for a third season, which begins production soon.

Brandee received two NAACP Image Award nominations in the Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series category for her work on seasons one and two of P-Valley. She won the Women’s Image Network Awards in 2021 for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series. She will next be seen in the Bleecker Street comedy The Fabulous Four playing Sheryl Lee Ralph’s daughter, Color Book alongside Will Catlett which will premiere at Tribeca Film Festival June 2024, and starring in the independent feature film Incision. She just finished starring in Black Cypress Bayou at The Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles, California.

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“And then there is Mercedes (Brandee Evans). I can’t say enough about this character because I love her so much, and Evans is masterful in the role. Mercedes is everything: the best dancer at The Pynk, an athlete, a coach to young girls, a struggling entrepreneur, an emotionally abused daughter, a regretful estranged mother, that clutch friend you need when you’re in a jam, a fighter, the queen of snappy one-liners and someone who understands the value and limits of selling sex. She has an authenticity and a level of comfort with herself and her body that feels honest. She is a Black female character that we can all love and someone that we deserve.”   – Shani Saxon, ColorLines.com

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