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Actor Michael Beasley and Living Heart 2 Heart invites you to the Steel Magnolias Viewing Party
Renown Actor Michael Beasley and Living Heart 2 Heart Foundation rolls out the Red Carpet for the Steel Magnolias Viewing Party and Benefit on October 7, 2012 at Nina Chanel, 2308 Cascade Rd, Atlanta, GA 30311. The Red Carpet begins at 7pm.
ATLANTA, GA - Renown Actor Michael Beasley, Isis Ra Films, and Living Heart 2 Heart Foundation rolls out the Red Carpet for the Atlanta viewing party and benefit of “Steel Magnolias” on Sunday, October 7, 2012. The Atlanta cast of Steel Magnolias, Fashionista’
“Steel Magnolias” premieres on LIFETIME Channel, Sunday, October 7, 2012 at 9:00 pm EST. “Steel Magnolias” is a remake of the original 1989 classic “Steel Magnolias” with an African-American cast.
Michael Beasley co-stars as ‘Spud.’ “Steel Magnolias” also stars Academy Award nominee, Queen Latifah as ‘M’Lynn’
About Michael Beasley
MICHAEL BEASLEY IS A RISING STAR!
Michael is one of Hollywood's “Hardest Working Actors.” His list of accomplishments includes a recurring role in STARZ's new TV series “Magic City” as “Grady James.” He is also working as ‘Boo’ in a BET movie of the week, “The Start Up” starring Diggy Simmons. Michael is a very busy actor as he is one of the stars, along with Mark Wahlberg, in the blockbuster hit film “Contraband,”
In 2010-2011, Michael had a supporting role as ‘Luther’ in the Lifetime Movie Network original movie,“The Wronged Man,” starring Julia Ormond. He can also be seen guest-starring in Tyler Perry's hit TV show, “Meet the Browns” as the ‘Bailiff.’
Michael had supporting roles and guest-starring appearances in several feature films and television shows in 2009. Some of the films were, the award-winning feature film, “Mississippi Damned” starring D.B. Woodside, “American Violet” starring Charles Dutton and Alfre Woodard, and “Road Trip 2 : Beer Pong.” Michael had recurring appearances as “Mike Wilson,” in the CW's hit TV show “One Tree Hill.” He also guest-starred in Lifetime's hit TV shows “Army Wives” as “Sgt. Vance” and “Drop Dead Diva” as the “Jury Foreman.”
With such a hectic schedule, Michael still finds time to run his companies. He is the founder of Isis Ra Films (pronounced "Eye-sis Ray) a film production company, No More Tears, LLC., a graphic design and marketing company, and Xtremely Well a clothing apparel line.
Michael knows to be successful in anything; you have to “Stay Ready! So You Don’t Have To Get Ready.”
And never, never let someone else out work you. For Michael... the sky is the limit.
About Living Heart 2 Heart Foundation
Proceeds from the event will benefit Living Heart 2 Heart Foundation. Living Heart 2 Heart Foundation will be established to raise awareness about heart disease and cardiac arrest, provide basic life support and education with proper training to the local community through volunteers, while implementing regular health promotion activities in the community. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for people of most ethnicities in the United States, including African Americans, Hispanics, and whites. For American Indians or Alaska Natives and Asians or Pacific Islanders, heart disease is second only to cancer.
“Steel Magnolias” chronicles the lives and friendship of six Louisiana-based women who congregate at Truvy’s beauty shop to ponder the mysteries of life and death, husbands and children and much more. Queen Latifah stars as ‘M’Lynn,’
Written by Robert Harling, “Steel Magnolias” premiered off-Broadway in 1987 before being adapted into a motion picture starring Field, Roberts, Dolly Parton (Truvy), Shirley MacLaine (Ouiser), Olympia Dukakis (Clairee) and Daryl Hannah (Annelle). In 2005, a revival of the show opened at Broadway’s Lyceum Theatre and starred Christine Ebersole, Delta Burke, Rebecca Gayheart, Marsha Mason, Frances Sternhagen and Lily Rabe. The production closed after 136 performances.
Michael Beasley is available for interviews to discuss “Steel Magnolias” premiering on LIFETIME now thru October 6, 2012.
Media Contact: Micah Denae – No More Tears, LLC – 770.545.5681, firstname.lastname@example.org or