‘Fallen Angels Murder Club: Friends to Die For’: 5 things to know about Toni Braxton

Toni Braxton will return to Lifetime in April for a two-part anthology movie series


                            ‘Fallen Angels Murder Club: Friends to Die For’: 5 things to know about Toni Braxton
Toni Braxton will return to Lifetime '‘Fallen Angels Murder Club: Friends to Die For’'
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Toni Braxton will star as Hollis Morgan, an ex-con turned amateur detective who sets out to solve a string of killings at her book club, in a two-part anthology movie series planned to premiere in April on Lifetime. 

The first film, 'Fallen Angels Murder Club: Friends to Die For,' will be released on Saturday, April 2, and the second, 'Fallen Angels Murder Club: Heroes and Felons,' will be released on Saturday, April 9. The films are based on R. Franklin James' book Fallen Angels Book Club. As always, Lifetime excels at introducing thrillers to audiences; let's see how much suspense and excitement this film will elicit in us.

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Toni Braxton

Toni Michele Braxton is a television personality, singer, composer, pianist, and actor. She is one of the best-selling female R&B performers of all time, with over 70 million albums sold worldwide. Braxton has received several awards, including seven Grammys, nine Billboard Music Awards, and seven American Music Awards. Braxton was recognized in Georgia's Music Hall of Fame in 2011. She received the Legend Award at the Soul Train Music Awards in 2017.

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Toni Michele Braxton was born on October 7, 1967, in Severn, Maryland.  Braxton studied teaching at Bowie State University, but she opted to pursue singing professionally after being found by William E. Pettaway Jr, who heard her singing to herself while pumping gas.


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Braxton started singing with her sisters in a music group called The Braxtons in the late 1980s, and the group was signed to Arista Records. After being signed to LaFace Records and garnering the attention of producers Antonio "L.A." Reid and Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, Braxton released her self-titled debut studio album in 1993. The album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 list and went on to sell ten million copies throughout the world. The tracks "Another Sad Love Song" and "Breathe Again" went on to become international hits. Braxton won three Grammy Awards for the record, including the Best New Artist award.

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Braxton has also worked as a television executive producer and host. She competed in the seventh season of 'Dancing with the Stars,' a reality competition show. ' Braxton Family Values', a reality television series that has aired on We TV since 2011, she executive produced and featured in. ''Tamar & Vince, a spinoff reality TV series featuring her younger sister Tamar, was also executive produced by Braxton.

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Eddie Cibrian

Eddie portrayed Cole Deschanel in the television series 'Sunset Beach,' and has also starred in films and as a cast member in a number of other television shows, including Jimmy Doherty on 'Third Watch,' Russell Varon in 'Invasion,' Jesse Cardoza in 'CSI: Miami,' and Eddie Valetik in 'Take Two.' In 'Country Comfort,' he co-stars with Katharine McPhee in a Netflix comedic series.

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Lisa Berry

Lisa Berry is an actress who has been in shows such as 'The Colony,' 'Northpole: Open for Christmas,' 'Combat Hospital,' and 'Bad Blood.' Her recurrent performances as Billie, aka Death, in the sci-fi/fantasy popular show 'Supernatural,' and Cleophas Garroway in 'Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments' have made her a big star. She is a passionate advocate of self-care, dedicating her social media platforms to mental health awareness.

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Keith D Robinson

Keith Robinson grew up in Greenville, South Carolina, and was born in Kentucky. Later, he relocated to Augusta and attended Lakeside High School. He went to the University of Georgia and got a recording deal with Motown Records while there, but the label never released any of his work. 'ER' (1994), 'American Dreams' (2002), 'Monk' (2002), 'Half & Half' (2002), and 'Over There' (2005) were among Robinson's other television appearances.

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Other Cast Members 

Rob Stewart, Shawn Ahmed, Humberly González, and Rainbow Sun Francks also appear in the movie.

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‘Fallen Angels Murder Club: Friends to Die For (Lifetime)

 

'Fallen Angels Murder Club: Friends to Die' For premieres at 8 pm on Saturday, April 2, on Lifetime.

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