• Dated: March 26, 2021   |   Duration: 07:53
    Viola Davis talks about her film Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, her role in the upcoming film The Suicide Squad and how she feels about playing Michelle Obama in an upcoming series.
  • Dated: January 26, 2018   |   Duration: 03:29
    Viola talks about her daughter's favorite part about coming to our show, why she put her daughter in Karate classes and reveals what she loves about her husband.
  • Dated: September 26, 2017   |   Duration: 04:09
    Viola reveals that she shares an obsession for Disneyland with her daughter, and she gives tips for anyone going there.
  • Dated: November 5, 2014   |   Duration: 03:45
    It's the show everyone's talking about, including Ellen! The star was here to discuss the intensity of her new hit series.
  • Dated: April 9, 2014   |   Duration: 04:12
    The actress and her husband may have missed out on pizza during the Oscars, but Ellen's got them covered.
  • Dated: December 18, 2020   |   Duration: 01:45
    Viola Davis has the absolutely incredible opportunity to play Michelle Obama in First Ladies.
  • Dated: August 2, 2016   |   Duration: 09:14
    The star of "Suicide Squad" tells Stephen she used to stand up to bullies by making them face her tough older sister Anita.
  • Dated: September 25, 2018   |   Duration: 05:04
    Viola talks about her daughter loving the food at Kimmel, explains Oodles of Noodles to Jimmy, and reveals that she once kept a lunch meeting going just to eat more free sushi.
  • Dated: November 14, 2018   |   Duration: 08:29
    Viola Davis chats about her daughter inspiring her to write a new Corduroy book, and proves she is all of us when she owns up to going on a bender after just two days on a Widows cast- and crew-wide cleanse.
  • Dated: January 30, 2019   |   Duration: 06:05
    Viola talks about going through an MRI machine with a wig on, being a messy person, holding on to old love letters and receipts of money she is owed, and she teaches Jimmy about menopause.
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