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Followed with play "I Can Do Bad All By Myself," which marked first appearance as Mabel 'Madea' Simmons persona; dressed in drag for role
Second independent but fifth touring project, "Diary of a Mad Black Woman"
Continued success with Madea persona by staging "Madea's Class Reunion ¿ The Class that had No Class!"
Began touring "Madea Goes to Jail," once again bringing to life Madea Simmons
Signed deal with indie firm Debmar-Mercury to develop original TV comedy series titled "House of Payne" for first-run syndication; made occasional guest appearances
Directed adaptation of his play "Meet the Browns," (also wrote and produced) featuring Angela Bassett; reprised characters of Madea and Uncle Joe
Directed (also co-produced and starred) "The Family That Preys" with Alfre Woodard and Sanaa Lathan
Wrote, directed, and produced film adaptation of his play "Tyler Perry's I Can Do Bad All By Myself"; once again portrayed Madea
Wrote, directed, and starred in sequel "Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too?"; re-teamed with Janet Jackson, Jill Scott, and Tasha Smith
Reprised role of Madea for "Madea's Big Happy Family"; also wrote, produced, and directed
Wrote and directed drama "Good Deeds"; also starred as title character opposite Thandie Newton and Gabrielle Union
Wrote, directed, and starred in comedy "Madea's Witness Protection"
Wrote and directed "Tyler Perry's Temptation"
Appeared in "The Single Moms Club"
Was the creator of the scripted TLC drama "Too Close to Home"