We all know and love Terri J Vaughn from her fun witty role as Lovita Jenkins on The Steve Harvey

Show and her voice was definitely one of a kind! She has also had as much success in other television shows and movies, Girlfriends, Soul Food, All of Us, Daddy’s Little Girls, Three can Play that Game, Tyler Perry’s Meet The Browns and the list goes on! With all of her success she still finds time to give back to her community, be a great mother, a loving wife and take care of business! Take an exclusive glimpse into the inspiring world of the beautiful and talented Terri J Vaughn.

Q: You have been entertaining us on television for over 10 years, where are you from originally and what was your inspiration to want to become an actress?

A: I am originally from San Francisco, CA and on a fluke I entered the “Miss Black California Pageant” while attending California State Hayward. One of the judges who was a producer of a play that was preparing to go on tour asked me if I would be interested in auditioning for one of the parts. I did, had no idea what I was doing, but the director really liked me and they offered me a part. While traveling with the stage play, "Tellin It Like it Tiz," I was introduced to the real world of acting. The director Paul Roach started training me and fellow cast members, telling us what books to read and I was hooked. I never stopped training and learning from that moment on.

Q: Tell us how you come up with the creative idea of The Green Room?

A: I moved to Atlanta 2 years ago. Last year I started teaching acting classes out of Tree Sound Studios in Norcross. I taught using the plays and books I had brought with me from LA. When my students asked where could they go to buy the books, there was no place in Atlanta for them to go - only online. So after some research, I decided it was a must for me to provide the tools and resources these thriving, struggling actors needed, just as I needed them to help me along my journey in this business. So The Green Room became a passion for me to provide a space of nurturing, guidance and tools for those who want to pursue this career path seriously. And I wanted it to be a place where anyone who walks through the doors would feel like they just walked into their favorite Aunt's house and just want to chill out and relax a while. A place like home, away from home, to feed your mind, spirit, and soul with good food and drinks.

Q: You wear so many hats, Mom, Wife, Actress, Producer, Business woman, Acting teacher - tell us what is a day like in your shoes?