HIP-HOP DRAMA “TURNT” WITH ACTRESS LUNDEN DE’LEON NOW STREAMING ON AMAZON PRIME

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Actress Lunden De'Leon (We’re the Millers, Blackbear, Sweet Home Carolina), has landed the the role of Harriet Stanford in the Amazon Prime Video “Turnt” starring Jamal Woolard (Notorious), Benzino (Love and Hiphop), Hoopz Alexander (Flavor of Love) and Torrei Hart.
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Nominated “Best Leading Actress” for her role in the film “Pure Justice,” actress Lunden De'Leon (We’re the Millers, Blackbear, Sweet Home Carolina), has landed the role of Harriet Stanford in the Amazon Prime Video “Turnt” starring Jamal Woolard (Notorious), Benzino (Love and Hip-hop), Hoopz Alexander (Flavor of Love) and Torrei Hart.

Produced by Mann Robinson Entertainment, “Turnt” centers around Libarariers Stanford (played by Jamal Woolard) living by the law of money, power, and respect. His younger brother Kenny had dreams of being a star in the music industry but these dreams were cut short due to senseless street violence.

Best known for her role as Nurse London in the Netflix movie “Blackbear”, De’Leon has starred in over 50 television shows and movies including the blockbuster hit “We’re the Millers”, “Sweet Home Carolina”, “Cryptz”, ” The Lake House”, “12 Dog Days Till Christmas” and the award-winning drama “Somebody’s Child” just to name a few. Recently, De’Leon joined the cast of the thriller "Payne” portraying the role of detective Yvette Paige.

“Turnt” is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

For more information on Lunden De'Leon visit her website at: www.LundenDeLeon.net

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