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Garcelle Beauvais Is “So Honored” by Her Latest Career Update
Plus, find out what the RHOBH cast had to say about her exciting career news.
Lights, camera, action!
Garcelle Beauvais started acting long before she was a cast member on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and she highlighted her latest movie accomplishment on her Instagram page on January 25.
The Real talk show alum is set to produce and star in the upcoming Lifetime original movie Black Girl Missing. Garcelle shared on Instagram a screenshot of the Deadline article announcing her “headlin[ing]” role in the film.
“So honored to executive produce and star in this relevant and important story!” Garcelle began the caption of her post. She also shared in an Instagram Story that she felt “grateful to be able to bring this important story to life.”
Per Deadline, Garcelle will play Cheryl, a mother whose daughter Lauren (played by Iyana Halley) goes missing. When the police (and the media) don’t take Lauren’s disappearance seriously, Cheryl and her other daughter, Marley (Taylor Mosby), take matters into their own hands by asking amateur armchair detectives for help.
After Garcelle shared the news on social media, several of her RHOBH castmates — and a few other Bravolebrities! — took to the comments section to congratulate her on her latest movie milestone.
Kyle Richards and Crystal Kung Minkoff each shared three clapping hand emojis beneath Garcelle’s post, while The Real Housewives of Orange County’s Heather Dubrow posted seven of the same emoji.
The Real Housewives of Dubai’s Chanel Ayan simply wrote, “Congratulations,” and The Real Housewives of Miami’s Guerdy Abraira commented, “WOWWWW,” along with a few celebrating hands emojis.
Back in December, Garcelle posted about yet another addition to her acting résumé: a recurring role in the upcoming Hulu series The Other Black Girl.
The mom of three is set to play Diana Gordon, a world-renowned author, on the show, which will star Sinclair Daniel, Ashleigh Murray, Hunter Parrish, and Brittany Adebumola.
Plus, Garcelle will be popping up alongside her eldest son, Oliver Saunders, on Season 10 of Vanderpump Rules, which is set to premiere on February 8.
The Love Me as I Am author is clearly staying booked and busy!
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