Shadow Play Ent.'s Current Client Listing (Details available upon request)

  • Michael F. Blake, author
  • Darnell "Superchef" Ferguson
  • M. Beatryce Shaw, author/speaker
  • Bigg Marv, Label Consultant
  • Nebo Publishing
  • Samara Alexander, author
  • Cherie Johnson,actress/director/author
  • Bonnie Barnett, author
  • Tray Chaney, actor/author/recording artist
  • Yorli Huff, author/community activist
  • Bruce Tretter, Resident Chef
  • Herschel Dixon, Sports Analyst
  • Joseph Henderson, author
  • Mr. Mean Mug, author
  • Mary E. Gilder, author/speaker/talk show host
  • Carlos Spann, Video Photographer/Editor
  • Gail Ambeau, Artist/Fashion Designer/Stylist
Past clients of Shadow Play Entertainment include recording artist/author Corey "C-Murder Miller", recording artist Jack Squad, author Kia Stokes, author V. Lovell Brigham, model/actor Derrick Hargrove, recording artist Kut Supreme, author Pamela Samuels-Young, author Patricia A. Thomas, author T. C. Alexander, authors Rita B. Davis, Andre Johnson, Gary Kaschak, Steve Hyppolite, author Sherry Hill, author Anthony Littlefield, Jeanelle Lanham and others.

Shadow Play Entertainment also secured exclusive interviews with reality show contestants from VH1's I Want To Work For Diddy Season One and MTV's 50 CENT: The Money & The Power.

Thursday, January 26, 2012

HAMMERTIME Co-Star Bigg Marv Heads To Mississippi To Promote Reading

Bigg Marv, known from the hit reality show on A&E HAMMERTIME and as co-host of the internet radio show The Conversation, is headed to Mississippi March 16,17, 2012 to promote the importance of reading.

Cyrus Webb, senior publicist for Bigg Marv and President of the Hip Hop and Books literary campaign confirmed on Wednesday, January 25, 2012 that Marv will be the special guests at events that will feature book giveaways, readings with children as well as a rally to encourage those in the entertainment industry to do more to promote reading. "Mississippi still has the highest rate of illiteracy in the nation," says Webb, 36. "Having people like Bigg Marv coming to the state and using his celebrity to promote reading will definitely help to shine a light on this important issue affecting so many."

Bigg Marv agrees. He has been the national spokesperson for the Hip Hop and Books Literacy Campaign for two years now, and believes that people in the public eye can do much to encourage those they meet to read. "I'm glad to do all that I can," says Marv. "What good is having the spotlight on you if you aren't going to use it to talk about things that matter? I'm excited to be working with Hip Hop and Books and Cyrus Webb in raising awareness for reading and even an education in general."

All events for the literacy campaign will be free and open to the public. Webb says the schedule for the visit is being finalized now and will be available no later than Feb. 1st. For details about the Hip Hop and Books campaign, visit . To keep up with Bigg Marv, visit him on Twitter at .