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Sheryl Lee Ralph on ‘Abbott Elementary,’ 40-year climb to stardom

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In this week’s Sunday Sitdown, Emmy-winning star Sheryl Lee Ralph joins Willie Geist to celebrate her recent success after four decades in the business and her support of teachers like the one she plays on her hit show “Abbott Elementary.” Ralph also recalls the conversation with Robert De Niro that kept her moving in the right direction.

Sheryl Lee Ralph reflects on the moment from junior high that set her on a path to acting