Tracee Ellis Davis: Taking Risks & Pursuing Dreams

(l to r) Dakota Johnson, Ice Cube, and Tracee Ellis Ross as Grace Davis in THE HIGH NOTE, a Focus Features release. Credit: Glen Wilson / Focus Features

Music is in her blood! Tracee Ellis Ross, the daughter of singing legend Diana Ross, and this is the first time the Black-ish actress as ever showcased her vocals on screen. We talked with the talented star about taking risks, trusting herself, and pursuing dreams.

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The High Note premieres at home May 29.

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