Viola Davis

Watch Emmy award winning Viola Davis of How to Get Away with Murder movies and series online.

Viola Davis who won an Emmy Award for outstanding actress in a drama series for How to Get Away with Murder (Watch it online on DStv Now). 

Viola Davis movies include Doubt, Fences and Suicide Squad amongst others.

She is also one step closer to becoming an EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony) winner for her children’s book Corduroy Takes a Bow.



She won an Oscar in 2017 for Fences, an Emmy and two Tony awards for King Hedley II and Fences. She’s the first actor to win the Triple Crown of Acting. Shine Viola shine.

If that’s not enough after we were super excited about the #HTGAWM and #TheFixer crossover, it was announced that Viola and Lupita Nyong’o will be working on the movie The Woman King together as mother and (Nanisca) daughter (Nawi). The movie is based around the true events of the African Kingdom of Dahomey in the 1600’s until their king was defeated by the French.



Viola Davis movies

1998 – Out of Sight

2000 – Traffic

2001 – Kate & Leopold

2002 – Far from Heaven

2005 – Get Rich or Die Tryin’

2007 – Disturbia

2008 – Nights in Rodanthe

2008 – Doubt

2009 – Madea Goes to Jail

2009 – Law Abiding Citizen

2010 – Knight and Day

2010 – Eat Pray Love

2010 – Trust

2011 – The Help

2012 – Won’t Back Down

2013 – Beautiful Creatures

2013 – Ender’s Game

2014  - Get On Up

2015 – Lila & Eve

2016 – Custody

2016 – Suicide Squad

2016 – Fences

2018 – Widows


Viola Davis series

1996 – NYPD Blue

1996 – New York Undercover

2000 – Judging Amy

S2001 – Providence

2001 – The Guardian

2002 – Law & Order: Criminal Intent

2003 – The Practice

2003 - Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

2005 – Jesse Stone: Stone Cold

2006 – Threshold

2014 - How to Get Away with Murder

2018 – The Fixer (Watch it now on DStv Now)


Did you know that Viola has a production company with her husband Julius Tennon. They are busy with the development of several films including a film adaption of the book Girls Like Us by Rachel Lloyd.