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Singer and Actress Marisha Wallace sat down with The Reel Effect founder, Meah Denee, to discuss her transition from singing on cruise ships to Broadway shows and then her big hop across the sea to London. Wallace found more than her spot on stage but endless opportunities that led her to singing for the Queen of England and eventually landing a recording deal! The rise doesn’t stop there Wallace is currently making a cameo in Netflix’s Feel Good starring Eve, Lisa Kudrow, and Mae Martin season one is out now! Tune into the video and check out some timestamps below because this conversation is a gem!

00:45​ – Marisha’s childhood and how she started singing

01:30​ – Stepping into musical theatre

02:45​ – The significance of being a Black woman on Broadway

04:00​ – Marisha’s transition to London

07:20​ – SINGING FOR THE QUEEN

09:50​ – Perfecting Ms. Johnston’s voice for Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey

13:30​ – The power of social media helped her land a record deal

16:30​ – Marisha’s Singing Masterclass

17:40​ – Acting in Netflix’s Feel Good

19:15​ – Becoming friends with EVE and being Black women in London

20:00​ – Advice for actors coming to London

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Meah Denee

Meah Denee

Meah is the Founder and Host of The Reel Effect; your go-to entertainment news site for all things black entertainment news. Our mission is to showcase not only television, film and celebrity news but also the work of indie filmmakers and artists. Follow her work at www.youtube.com/ Learn more about her at www.meahdenee.com

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