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Who is actress Taraji P. Henson's Husband? Know about her Children and Family

News by Clarence Published on 20 Jan,2017 Updated on 20 Jan,2017

Taraji P. Henson is an American actress, singer, and author best-known for her roles in the movies Hustle and Flow, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and Baby Boy. She has made her appearances in the comedy Day and Night and featured in the remake of The Karate Kid.

She has also been appearing regularly in the television series The Division, Boston Legal and Eli Stone. He has portrayed in several other movies and TV series and has been honored with various awards.

Taraji P. Hanson’s married life, husband, and their children

Taraji P. Hanson is believed to be single at present. However, she has already married once. She was married to her high-school sweetheart and her boyfriend, William LaMarr Johnson often referred as Mark. There was also a rumor about her extra affair with Tyler Perry.

Taraji P. Hanson

source: hellobeautiful.com

Taraji met her husband, Mark in the Washington D.C. outside a movie theater in Maryland. She was deeply in love with him at the first sight. They dated for some period and were separated. Again a year later, they patched up and started living together and got married.

Taraji P. Hanson (right) and her husband William LaMarr Johnson

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Taraji has a son, Marcel Johnson from Mark who was born in 1994. However, Taraji suffered a lot after her husband was murdered in 2003. She still remembers Mark as her true love and misses him a lot. There are also many rumors about the extra affair of the actress but she hasn’t spoken about these rumors.

Early Life of the actress

Taraji P. Hanson was born to Bernice, a corporate manager, and Boris Lawrence Hanson, a janitor and metal fabricator in Southwest Washington D.C. She was admitted and graduated from Oxon Hill High School in Oxon Hill, Maryland in 1988. Later, she joined North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University and studied electrical engineering. She was transferred to Howard University and studied drama there. 

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