Kerry Washington is a damsel in denim as she attends the SAG-AFTRA event in LA in support of the new Hulu comedy Unprisoned
Kerry Washington was a vision of beauty when she appeared at a Q&A event at the SAG-AFTRA Foundation Screening Room in Los Angeles in support of her new series Unprisoned.
The 46-year-old star, who appeared alongside her costar Delroy Lindo, 70, was in style as she donned a dark denim blue zip-up dress over a sheer black top with pointy black heels.
The Emmy-winning actress had her locks neatly pulled back into a ponytail while accessorizing gold earrings and necklaces at the industry event.
The two hour event included a screening of the show’s first two episodes alongside a conversation with Washington and Lindo.
Washington, who is a mother of two with husband Nnamdi Asomugha, 41 — daughter Isabelle, eight, and son Caleb, six — plays the role of Paige Alexander in the streaming series, while Lindo plays her father, Edwin Alexander.
The latest: Kerry Washington, 46, was a vision of beauty when she appeared at a Q&A event at the SAG-AFTRA Foundation Screening Room in Los Angeles in support of her new series Unprisoned
According to a plot summary, the show tells the story of a therapist and single mother whose life is turned upside down when her father gets out of prison and moves into her house to live with her and her teenage son.
The series is inspired by the life of the show’s creator, Mad Men writer Tracy McMillan.
The show also stars Marque Richardson, Faly Rakotohavana, Jordyn McIntosh, Brenda Strong, Jee Young Han and Edwin Lee Gibson.
The show is the first scripted comedy from the Disney subsidiary Onyx Collective, showcasing “a series of projects by black artists and artists of color.” The everyday beast reported last month.
The brand has also released high-profile projects such as Summer of Soul and 1619 Project.
Washington said the organization’s diversity ensures everyone is on the same page about “specific, intra-community ideas” regarding the material.
“When there’s a story about a Black character, a lot of that time is spent explaining Blackness, defining Blackness, interpreting Blackness for your collaborators,” Washington told the outlet.
She continued, “If you have more than one black voice at the table, you can more or less acknowledge the blackness, celebrate the blackness, and also go deeper into the humanity.”
Washington, who played Olivia Pope in the political drama Scandal, wore a dark denim blue zip-front dress over a sheer black top with pointy black heels
The Emmy-winning actress wore gold earrings and necklaces at the industry event
The stunning star had her locks neatly pulled back into a ponytail at the screening
The actress was pictured between costar Delroy Lindo and moderator Marcus Jones
The two-hour event included a screening of the show’s first two episodes, in addition to a talk with Washington and Lindo
The New York native was a radiant beauty at the Southern California Sunday event