Tamberla Perry grew up on the South Side of Chicago and attended Luther South High School. She went on to earn a Bachelors Degree from the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York. Upon graduating, Tamberla moved back to Chicago to pursue her career as an artist. She is a member of sketch comedy troupe Soul Fools, last scene at the Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival. Other theatre credits include, Lookingglass Theatre’s Black Diamond, Piano Lesson (Portland Stage Company) Blaxploitation 2: You Know How We Deaux (Best Actress in an Ensemble, Black Theatre Alliance Awards), Blaxploitation: The Remix, Broken Fences, Vagina Monologues, The Women, She Calls Up The Sun and many more. Tamberla has been heard on countless voiceover advertisements including Midol, Walmart, Userfriendly Phone Book, Wally’s Market, Dunhills Steakhouse and many more. Some Chicago film credits include: “Tapioca,” “Did I just Look at Her?” and “Puzzled Love.” MPAACT has been a vehicle for positive change in Tamberla’s life and she credits that to its hardworking members who have nothing but endless passion for the work and the company.