Haitian-Vietnamese Actress To Star in ‘The Silent City’

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Haitian-Vietnamese actress Kettie Jean will star in a post-apocalyptic series, “The Silent City.” Kettie Jean was born in Jacmel City in Haiti and was raised and grew up in Montreal Canada. When she moved to New York City, she attended for a semester at Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute. Later on, she completed International Affairs as Master’s Degree at Columbia University. After she acquired her master’s degree, she decided to pursue her passion for acting. The Silent City series can be watched free on YouTube and is believed to change how the films are marketed, produced and viewed. YouTube has become a great instrument as distributors for film producers who have limited budget.

Klass and Pipo Unoficially Teams Up

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Sources made the Kompa Magazine regarding Klass and Pipo’s meeting last Wednesday. The meeting ended with terms that they will work with music deal together; however, this is yet to be finalized as Pipo wanted his manager to be involved of his recent team up with Klass. Currently, Klass had put their current gigs on hold until they are finally ready to perform with Pipo on stage. Reports say that Klass is busy trying to finish their studio CD at the moment. Of course, the group definitely wants to draw Pipo in on their up and coming CD. Some of Klass’ gigs had been stalled to take in their newest member.

Garcelle Beauvais No Longer a Part of Franklin & Bash’s Third Season

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Garcelle Beauvais broke the news of her being dropped from the hit legal TNT dramedy Franklin & Bash on Twitter. Beauvais tweeted that she was stunned when she found out she was not being asked back on Franklin & Bash; but she also added that she was not bitter about it. Garcelle portrayed Hanna Linden’s role, who works as a senior partner at Infeld-Daniels, a non-existent law firm since 2011. Soon, Garcelle tweeted that she has several projects in progress and other new roles to look forward to, including ‘White House Down’ with Jamie Foxx, ‘Arrested Development’, ‘Flight’ with Denzel Washington and ‘Psych’.