Victoria Rowell of ‘Young and the Restless’ discusses theater on Mass Appeal Radio

Victoria Rowell joins Mass Appeal Radio.

Blog King, Mass Appeal Radio

LOS ANGELES – Remember Drucilla “Dru” Winters from the histrionic CBS soap opera “The Young and the Restless?” If so, we have a special treat for you. Recently, award-winning actress Victoria Rowell of the aforementioned daytime television drama joined Mass Appeal’s Wayne Hodges and radio veteran Reggie Brown on Kansas City radio station KGGN 890 AM to discuss some of her recent projects, the Ebola epidemic and what’s hot in entertainment. You can hear their conversation through the media player below. Victoria, a 12-time NAACP Image Award winner, also starred alongside veteran actor Eddie Murphy in the hilarious 90s comedy “The Distinguished Gentleman.” For the latest on Victoria Rowell, visit


  1. Victoria is soo cool! she is a really fantastic actress

  2. shes so pretty. I used to watch diagnosis murder and I always thought she was ao beautiful.I never knew she was mixed. and i never knew she had a rough life growing up

  3. Thedarksecret1

    She’s absolutely stunning.

  4. Ruthless Lover

    she can be my baby mama

  5. Victoria is a talented actress but her rants about the lack of black producers and directors is only going to hurt her career.

  6. Big fan of Victoria……. she has done such wonderful work for children worldwide. God bless her.

  7. Great interview REGGIE-N-WAYNE!!! Luv u guys! 🙂

  8. @Jessie: VR worked as an actress on the set so she has witnessed first hand the politics behind the set so we can take her perspective as her experience. I will say that there is white privilege in EVERY aspect of society and if you are sick of hearing about it, or being reminded that YOU have privilege simply because of the color of your skin and not necessarily because you the best for the job then cover your ears or close your eyes. Anyone who is not White have to work extra harder and have to overcome barriers that are simply not there for whites. In order to level the playing field we have to speak up and piss some people off just as you would do if you felt you were treated unfairly.
    Ex: White Boss and white coworker have a common bond that is called white. Coworker can call boss by first name, feels at ease coming into boss’s office and chit chat, talk about politics and speak freely. Black coworker not so much, boss doesn’t trust black coworker and so Black coworker does not trust white boss. White coworker doesn’t mind after work activities with other white coworkers such as drinks at the bar. Meanwhile Black coworker is not even invited. Black coworker would not go to bar with white coworkers anyway because black coworker rather avoid those awkward conversation white coworker brings up about “being poor while going to college and living in the ghetto, or about his/her Black friend name Shamecka /Tyrone who is such a good friend, or how the town they are from was really racist and boycotted the prom cause they did not want to attend prom with black people or how their sister’s boyfriend is black and her a kid hair is really curly and she’s always complaining because she doesn’t know how to style “black hair”. Suddenly you are not a coworker hanging out with coworkers you are now the Black girl/boy. Yeah social politics, barriers, white privilege it exists and we are just as tired.

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