Logan Browning dazzles in a strapless floral dress at The American Black Film Festival Honors

Logan Browning dazzles in a strapless floral dress at The American Black Film Festival Honors

Logan Browning stunned in a strapless dress as she hit the red carpet at The American Black Film Festival Honors.

The 30-year-old Dear White People actress looked radiant as she hit the red carpet before the awards ceremony, held at The Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles on Sunday.

The ceremony is hosted by Black-ish star Deon Cole, which ‘celebrates Black culture by recognizing individuals who have made distinguished contributions to American entertainment through their work as well as those who champion diversity and inclusion in Hollywood.’

Logan steps out: Logan Browning stunned in a strapless dress as she hit the red carpet at The American Black Film Festival Honors

Logan steps out: Logan Browning stunned in a strapless dress as she hit the red carpet at The American Black Film Festival Honors

Browning rocked a strapless Ralph & Russo gown, with hair by Ashley Lynn Hall, hair by Tasha Reiko Brown and styling by Wayman and Micah. 

She also rocked unique silver earrings with a ring on her right hand as she hit the red carpet at the event.

The actress completed her look with a pair of Christian Louboutin pumps.

Logan's look: Browning rocked a strapless Ralph & Russo gown, with hair by Ashley Lynn Hall, hair by Tasha Reiko Brown and styling by Wayman and Micah

Logan’s look: Browning rocked a strapless Ralph & Russo gown, with hair by Ashley Lynn Hall, hair by Tasha Reiko Brown and styling by Wayman and Micah

Browning’s hit Netflix series Dear White People was renewed for a fourth and final season back in October.

The actress portrays Samantha White in the series, a campus radio DJ at a predominantly white Ivy League school who has a controversial show called Dear White People.

The show is based on the film of the same name, written and directed by series creator Justin Simien, with Tessa Thompson playing Samantha White in her breakthrough role. 

Renewed: Browning's hit Netflix series Dear White People was renewed for a fourth and final season back in October

Renewed: Browning’s hit Netflix series Dear White People was renewed for a fourth and final season back in October

Browning is an Atlanta native who made her acting debut in the TV series Summerland in 2004 and Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide in 2005.

She made her feature film debut as Sasha in the 2007 film Bratz before playing Brianna Ortiz in 67 episodes of Meet the Browns.

The actress has also starred in shows such as Pair of Kings, Powers and Hit the Floor before starring in Dear White People.

Debut: Browning is an Atlanta native who made her acting debut in the TV series Summerland in 2004 and Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide in 2005

Debut: Browning is an Atlanta native who made her acting debut in the TV series Summerland in 2004 and Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide in 2005

Browning also posed with Erica Ash inside at The Beverly Hilton during the awards ceremony.

There is no indication yet when production will begin on the fourth and final season of Dear White People.

The third season debuted in August 2019, with all 10 episodes available for Netflix subscribers to stream at once. 

Logan and Erica: Browning also posed with Erica Ash inside at The Beverly Hilton during the awards ceremony

Logan and Erica: Browning also posed with Erica Ash inside at The Beverly Hilton during the awards ceremony

Final season: There is no indication yet when production will begin on the fourth and final season of Dear White People

Final season: There is no indication yet when production will begin on the fourth and final season of Dear White People



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