If you thought you knew everything about Sanaa, well think again. In this issue, Sanaa opens up about her Hollywood family roots, gets real about her age, children and singing! It is a fun interview with exciting and revealing facts in each paragraph.
“We fell in love with her in ‘Love & Basketball’ and admired her courage in the stage play, ‘A Raisin in the Sun,’ in this issue we tell her story and honor Hollywood’s leading lady Sanaa Lathan”, says, Upscale Publisher Shelia Bronner. “Sanaa embodies the definition of success! With hits in film, television and Broadway, this Yale graduate, along with her contagious smile, charming personality and fearless pursuit for her dreams is an inspiration to women of all walks of life!”
In the November Upscale cover story, entitled “Primetime,” Lathan shares intimate details about her living single, motherhood and her career.
The November issue of Upscale is available on newsstands now.
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