Angela Robinson of HAHN Stunned in Sleeveless Gown & Got Emotional as She Received a Star from Tyler Perry
If you are an avid viewer of "The Haves and the Have Nots," then you are familiar with the character 'Veronica Harrington,' which has been played by Angela Robinson since 2013.
According to Rolling Out, Veronica is the show's villain, and she enjoys making life miserable for her husband, son and anyone else who stands in her way.The 56-year-old actress plays the role so well that Tyler Perry honored her with a Star at his studio, which he opened earlier in the month.
Angela took to Instagram to share pictures and a video of the event. In the first post, the actress looks stunning in a blue floral dress as she stands in front of an elegant backdrop.
In another post, Angela shared a video of her receiving the Star as she explains that it was a surprise.
In a third post, the actress is standing beside Joel Rush's Star. In the post's caption, the "One Life to Live" actress thanked Tyler for his kindness as she declared that the "tears are still flowing."
The actress shared a fourth picture showing off the entrance to Tyler's studio.
Angela, who is rocking a blue dress and a church hat, told her followers that she was at the studio for a 'gospel brunch' which had Bishop T.D. Jakes in attendance.
Although her recognition began when she featured in "The Haves and the Have Nots," NBC reveals that Angela's career started in theatre.
NBC also states that she was a part of several productions featuring in Off-Broadway shows. She also starred in several Broadway shows, including "Oprah Winfrey Presents: The Color Purple" as 'Shug Avery.'
It was her prowess on stage that made her appealing to Tyler's casting executives.
The talented actress often shares pictures and clips of her and Scott enjoying quality time with each other.
"You hear all the time marriage is time; marriage needs work, you have to work at it. I think all of that is true, but the result is you should be happy, and you should be friends with your partner, and it should be fun."