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Don't Waste Your Pretty - TV/Film

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Don’t Waste Your Pretty


     TV, One presents “Don’t Waste Your Pretty,” which is an adaptation of the book by the same title written by award winning author and media personality Demetria L. Lucas. Songwriter/actress Keri Hilson stars as Mykah, an attractive and successful business executive who is facing a personal love crisis due to an extended non-dating, dry spell. She is dead set against online dating and does not go out to mingle with the social scene. Eventually, she is introduced to high fashion photographer Charlie (L. Warren Young). Is this situation ripe for sparks to fly?

   

Keri Hilson as Mylah

    
She consults with her tight-knit circle of girlfriends for some answers, but they have their own love problems as well. Jeanne, played by Deborah Joy Winans, is still stuck in a quagmire about her not too long ago nasty device and just can’t seem to get past it to move on with her life. Gay married couple Aisha (Kaye Singleton) and Amma (Jasmine Burke) are struggling with trying to adopt a child. Mykah’s twin brother Michael (Redaric Williams) has a checked past as a player with a string of broken hearts left behind. While Mykah’s assistant Lisa (Rainey Branch) tries to have her boss’s back.

Deborah Joy Winans as Jeanne

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

        

 

Jasmine Burke (Amma), Kaye Singleton (Aisha)
Redaric Williwms as Michael

     This made for TV movie leans heavily toward the female girl-talk viewers and the men most likely won’t have the interest to sit through the entire thing. Putting that aside, the ladies will enjoy the lessons of love, relationships and drama accompanied with the ups and downs and complications that this film spells out. Will the problems of each cast member get solved? Well, you will just have to tune in to find out.

 

Rainey Branch as Lisa

Demetria L. Lucas Book Author

Tamera Bass Director

    The movie was written by Katrina O’Gilvie and directed by Tamera Bass. Executive producers are Robert A. Boyd II, Susan Henry and Eric Tomosunas. Producers were Keith Neal, Ron Robinson and James Seppelfrick.

 

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