Jada Pinkett Smith Believes This Is a Woman’s Superpower

Jada Pinkett Smith is the wife of actor Will Smith and an accomplished performer in her own right. A musician, actor, producer, and mother of two, Pinkett Smith first rose to fame in the mid-’90s and has remained relevant ever since.

With the recent launch of her Facebook Watch talk show Red Table Talk, Pinkett Smith is in the headlines more than ever. In addition to her remarks about marriage, kids, and life lessons, Pinkett Smith opened up recently, speaking about women’s strength, and what she believes a woman’s real superpower is. 

Jada Pinkett Smith attends a movie premiere
Jada Pinkett Smith poses for a photo on the red carpet | Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

How did Jada Pinkett Smith get into acting?

Jada Pinkett Smith was born in 1971, according to IMDb. Early on, she showed an affinity for the arts, and when she was a teenager, she enrolled in the Baltimore School for the Arts.

During her time at the school, she met Tupac Shakur, at the time an aspiring rapper. The two became very close. Pinkett Smith graduated from the Baltimore School for the Arts in 1989, and promptly launched her acting career.

Her first few roles were in various television shows, such as True Colors and Doogie Houser, M.D. Her big breakthrough was in films, however, with her appearance in the 1996 movie The Nutty Professor.

Critics and audiences praised her work opposite Eddie Murphy, and she quickly went on to score roles in other high-profile movies. Her relationship with superstar Will Smith also made headlines. The two married in 1997 and went on to welcome two children together. 

‘Red Table Talk’ is making waves

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After a break from the spotlight, Jada Pinkett Smith returned to form in 2014 when she began appearing in the TV series Gotham. Her work made waves and soon, Pinkett Smith was back on top of the entertainment industry.

In 2018, Pinkett Smith launched the Facebook Watch series Red Table Talk. The series, which stars Jada Pinkett Smith, her daughter, Willow Smith, and her mother, Adrienne Banfield-Norris, is a forum-type talk show where the three women, as well as various guests, debate and discuss everything from events of the day to matters of the heart.

In the two years that the series has been in production, Pinkett Smith has chatted to guests such as Tiffany Haddish, Ellen Pompeo, Jordyn Woods, and Demi Moore.

High-profile celebrities come on the show to open up to Pinkett Smith and her family about deeply personal issues, often earning new fans in the process. These days, Pinkett Smith continues to film new episodes of the show, with no end in sight. 

What did Jada Pinkett Smith say is a woman’s superpower?

Jada Pinkett Smith is a big advocate for women in Hollywood — but her most ardent fans might not know that she is just as passionate about women’s rights in general.

In a recent episode of Red Table Talk, Pinkett Smith opened up about what she believes a woman’s superpower is:

“I’ve always believed a woman’s superpower is how deep she can love, you know? And one of the things growing up in Baltimore, I grew up around a lot of Black women that didn’t have, necessarily, resources to give, right? But they had their strength and they had their love to offer.”

For Pinkett Smith, it all comes down to love in the end. The actress has shown that nothing matters quite so much to her as her family and that she will go out of her way to not only spend time with them, but to work side by side with them as well.