Viola Davis says 'stop taming us' at Hollywood event

LOS ANGELES -- Actress and producer Viola Davis gave a rousing speech about leadership and authenticity to a well-heeled crowd of Hollywood power players Wednesday morning at The Hollywood Reporter's Women in Entertainment breakfast.

Davis, who was being honoured with the Sherry Lansing Leadership Award, said that she doesn't always come to mind when she thinks of the idea of leadership -- Martin Luther King, Jr.

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