All of us came together, we wanted to do our own project, write the characters…the plot,” said Chrystee Pharris, best known for her role on the day-time drama “Passions.” The project is POP Network’s docu-series “Drama Queens,” about the lives of the leading ladies of day-time drama. “Meeting these women…they’re all so powerful. I’ve watched them for a long time.”
The other day time drama queens include Lindsay Harley (“All My Children”), Crystal Hunt (“One Life to Live”), Vanessa Marcil (“General Hospital”) and Hunter Tylo (“The Bold and the Beautiful”). The “Queens of Drama” docu-series will premier April 26, 2015 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on POP Network (formerly TV Guide Network).
Pharris also stars in a faith-based film Steps of Faith with Ted Lange (“Love Boat”), Charles Malik Whitfield (“One Life to Live”), Tracey Ross (“Passions”), and Irma P. Hall (“Soul Food”). Directed by M. Legend Brown, Steps of Faith follows Faith (Chrystee) who is not a church girl but has a very close personal relationship with God. The family friendly film is currently on DVD and screening at 16 film festivals.
“I walk on faith,” Pharris stated frankly.’
Chrystee is also known for her role on “Scrubs” and her credits include “Castle,” “Lincoln Heights,” “Nashville” and A Walk in the Woods. To learn more about Chrystee log onto www.ChrysteePharris.com.
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