Atlanta's Jammie Patton making it big on TV, in LA

Atlanta's Jammie Patton making it big on TV, in LA

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In 1993, she was named Miss Black Teen Atlanta. Now, Jammie Patton is going to be seen on televisions across the nation. You might recognize her co-star, too!

Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken recently had a chance for a sit-down chat with Jammie, where she shared the details on her exciting life as an up-and-coming actress in Los Angeles.

Jammie's in good company, too. She's seeking to join the ranks of stars like Brad Pitt, Tina Fey, Meg Ryan and Sharon Stone. They all started out making commercials.

Keep an eye out for Patton appearing in a Dunkin' Donuts commercial that filmed in LA last month.

CLICK ON THE VIDEO ABOVE TO WATCH PAUL'S INTERVIEW WITH JAMMIE!

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