It seems that Viola Davis, 47, is at the peak of her career. Aside from landing two Oscar nominations in the past three years -- a supporting actress nod for Doubt (2009) and a lead actress nomination for last year's The Help -- Davis has maintained a steady stream of dramatic roles for the past several years. But according to Davis, not all actresses (especially African-American women) can be so lucky. "It’s much harder to get a film with a woman lead made," Davis said in an interview with Entertainment Weekly. "When a man hits 40 is when roles just begin to happen. And for women it doesn’t happen. I find that to be a very concerning issue." But despite Davis' worry, the actress has it pretty good: in addition to her flourishing film career, she adopted 1-year-old daughter Genesis with husband Julius Tennon last year.