The movie Single Black Female stars Raven Goodwin, Amber Riley, Kron Moore, Janet Hubert, Erin Ownbey, and Kevin Brown as the main cast. Let’s have a look at the detailed information about the movie cast & crew, plot, trailer, release date, and photos.
Single Black Female is a Lifetime original thriller TV movie scheduled to release on Wednesday, March 23 at 8/7c on LMN. The American actress Raven Goodwin, and Amber Riley united with the actors Kron Moore, Janet Hubert, Erin Ownbey, Kevin Brown, and K. Michelle.
Single Black Female is directed by Shari L. Carpenter from a script by Tessa Evelyn Scott, and Sarah Jones. Produced by Gingi Rochelle. Drew Sawyer and Hannah Rockette serve as co-producers.
The movie follows Monica, who is Reeling from the death of her beloved father and a difficult breakup, ready to move forward with her life as she tries to land a new hosting job for an afternoon talk show. When she hires a new assistant, Simone (Amber Riley), the two quickly become close friends. But underneath her sweet exterior, Simone harbors a dark secret, and as time goes on cracks in her façade begin to appear.
Single Black Female Cast & Crew
|Movie Name||Single Black Female|
|Director||Shari L. Carpenter|
|Producers||Gingi Rochelle, Drew Sawyer, Hannah Rockette|
|Writers||Sa’Rah Jones, Tessa Evelyn Scott|
|Cast||Raven Goodwin, Amber Riley, Kron Moore, Janet Hubert, Erin Ownbey, and Kevin Brown|
|Country of Origin||United States|
|Release Date||March 23, 2022|
Single Black Female Plot
The official synopsis reads “Reeling from the death of her beloved father and a difficult breakup, Monica (Raven Goodwin), is ready to move forward with her life as she tries to land the new hosting job for an afternoon talk show. When she hires a new assistant, Simone (Amber Riley), the two quickly become close friends as Simone moves in next door and completely immerses herself in Monica’s life. But underneath her sweet exterior, Simone harbors a dark secret, and as time goes on cracks in her façade begin to appear. Monica decides to sever ties once and for all with Simone, but Simone has other plans and is determined to take over Monica’s life for good.”
Single Black Female Full Cast List
|Kron Moore||Clarke Michelle|
|Kevin Brown||Repast Guest|
Director: Shari L. Carpenter
Shari L. Carpenter is an American movie director, producer, and script supervisor born on July 14, 1961. Shari L. Carpenter is most probably known for her directed movies Kali’s Vibe, Building Girl, Three’s Complicated, Queen Sugar, and shorts Eye Wonder, Transcendental: The Adventures of Dicky & Clitti, Call Me on It, and Since Lisa.
Single Black Female Lead Actors
Raven Goodwin as Monica
Raven Goodwin is an American actress born on June 24, 1992, in Washington, D.C., United States. Her debut film was “Lovely & Amazing” released in 2001 directed by Nicole Holofcener. She is nominated for Independent Spirit Awards for her debut film performance.
Raven Goodwin is known for the roles she played in the sitcom “Just Jordan,” the romantic comedy film “Phat Girlz,” and the comedy-drama movie “The Station Agent,” she got Screen Actors Guild Award for her role in this movie.
Most recently she starred as Josephine in the FOX drama series “Our Kind of People,” and Mel Jones directed the comedy TV movie “Curves.” Her post-production works include the role of Babina in Nicola Peltz’s directing drama “Lola James.”
Amber Riley as Simone
The actress and singer Amber Riley was born on February 15, 1986, in Los Angeles, California, United States. She got huge Instagram fan followers, over 1.5 million. She won Screen Actors Guild Award for her performance on the FOX comedy series “Glee” performing the role of “Mercedes Jones” also nominated for Teen Choice Awards, Grammy Awards, and NAACP Image Awards.
Riley recently is seen in the Christmas fantasy movie “Christmas Déjà Vu,” and on the HBOMAX comedy series “A Black Lady Sketch Show.”
Kron Moore as Michelle
Janet Hubert as Denise
The Lifetime thriller movie “Single Black Female” premieres Wednesday, March 23, 2022, at 8/7c on LMN. Don’t miss it.