David E. Talbert

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David E. Talbert (born February 10, 1966)[1] is an American playwright, author, and filmmaker.[2] He is a graduate of Morgan State University and attended the New York University film program.

Talbert has won numerous NAACP awards for his work The Fabric of a Man, and a New York Literary Award in 2007 for his musical, Love in the Nick of Tyme. Talbert has also produced a television reality show, Black Stage, in which actors and singers compete to win a part in one of his plays.

Talbert's first film, First Sunday, was released in 2008. The film stars Ice Cube, Tracy Morgan and Katt Williams.


  • Lawd Have Mercy
  • Talk Show Live
  • What Goes Around Comes Around
  • Tellin Like It TIZ
  • A Fool and His Money
  • Love Makes Things Happen
  • Mr. Right Now
  • His Women, His Wife
  • The Fabric of a Man
  • He Say, She Say But What Does God Say?
  • Love on Layaway
  • Love in the Nick of Tyme
  • What My Husband Doesn't Know
  • Suddenly Single
  • Another Man Will



  1. ^ Carpenter, Bil (2005). "Uncloudy Days: The Gospel Music Encyclopdia": 403. 
  2. ^ Review: First Sunday - Cinematical
  3. ^ Lincoln, Ross A. (2015-05-14). "Universal Sets Release Dates For ‘Legend’, ‘A Meyers Christmas’". Deadline. Retrieved 2015-07-11. 

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