ABOVE PHOTO: The facade of a building at Tyler Perry Studios in southwest Atlanta, shows damaged caused by a fire, Tuesday night, May 1, 2012. Atlanta fire officials say they have put out the 4-alarm blaze at the studio that damaged a building at the complex. Atlanta Fire Department spokesman Capt. Jolyon Bundrige says the fire happened before 9 PM. Tuesday and there were no reports of injuries.
(AP Photo/Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Curtis Compton)
ATLANTA — Atlanta fire officials say they have put out a 4-alarm blaze at filmmaker Tyler Perry’s studio that damaged a building at the complex.
Atlanta Fire Department spokesman Capt. Jolyon Bundrige says there were no reports of injuries from the fire that started before 9 PM Tuesday at Tyler Perry Studios. Officials said in a news release it was extinguished about an hour later.
He says the cause of the fire and the amount of damage to the complex was not immediately known.
A spokesman for Perry didn’t immediately comment Tuesday evening. The studio’s website says the complex includes a 200,000-square-foot studio, five sound stages and a 400-seat theater in southwest Atlanta.
In March, pop star Cee Lo performed for donors at a fundraiser for President Barack Obama at the studios.