Tracee Ellis Ross talks second season on 'Black-ish'

Tracee Ellis Ross co-stars on the hit comedy series ‘Black-ish’, which is now in its second season. On Wednesday night's show, the Johnson family is preparing for its annual Christmas-card shoot.

For her role, Ross won the 2015 NAACP Image Award for “Best Actress in a Comedy Series”.

Ross is best known for her starring role on the hit sitcom “Girlfriends” which ran for eight seasons. Her role earned her eight NAACP Image Award nominations including two wins, one in 2007 and another in 2009, in the category of “Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series”. She also starred in and produced the BET series "Reed Between the Lines," which won her a third NAACP Image Award.

Ross was also seen in the short film series 'Five', a collection of 5 short films which aired on Lifetime in October 2011. She appeared in "Lili," directed by Alicia Keys and produced by Jennifer Aniston and Paula Wagner, among others.

Other credits include turns in “Love, Loss, and What I Wore” on stage in New York and LA; guest starring roles on Private Practice,' hit crime drama 'CSI,' and HBO's 'LIFE Support' with Queen Latifah; and feature films "Hanging Up" with Jennifer Connelly and Marcia Gay Harden, and Tyler Perry's "Daddy's Little Girls."

(Source: Ashton Wikstrom)

'Black-ish' airs Wednesday nights on ABC.

Follow Tracee Ellis Ross on Twitter: @traceeellisross

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