'The Walls are Watching': 5 things you didn't know about Brandon Ford Green

Brandon Ford Green, who stars in 'The Walls are Watching,' has played the iconic comic Richard Pryor in Showtime's 'I'm Dying Up Here' in 2018

                            'The Walls are Watching': 5 things you didn't know about Brandon Ford Green
'The Walls are Watching' (Lifetime)

'The Walls are Watching' has it all. It's a narrative of revenge, treachery, and terror. The plot centers around Theodore Souza, a blue-collar worker, who has lost his family, his job, and now his home due to a bank foreclosure. When a newlywed couple wins his house at a foreclosure auction, Theodore refuses to recognize that it is no longer his, and he terrorizes the young couple in order to force them out.

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Brandon Ford Green

Brandon Ford Green is an actor and comedian.  He attended Irvine High School and then the Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts in California. In 2001, Ford Green made his professional acting debut in the soap opera Passions. Following that, he starred in television shows such as 'Boston Legal,' 'Criminal Minds,' 'Justified,' 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,' and 'This Is Us'. Ford Green featured in Showtime's 'I'm Dying Up Here' as iconic comic Richard Pryor in 2018. 'The Holiday Fix Up' (2021), and 'God Grief' (2017) are some of his his other credits. 


Branscombe Richmond

Richmond, the son of stuntman Leo C. Richmond, made his film and television debut in the early 1970s with minor appearances in shows including 'The Bionic Woman', 'The Rockford Files,' and 'Magnum, P.I.'  From there, he rapidly found work in a slew of made-for-TV films, keeping him busy throughout the 1980s and 1990s with roles in films including 'Licence to Kill' (1989), 'Best Seller' (1987), and 'Batman Returns' (1992). He even appeared in the children's movie 'Curly Sue' (1991)


Lana McKissack

Lana  was born on June 5, 1984 in Los Angeles, California. She is an actress and producer, known for 'Countdown,' 'A Christmas Movie Christmas' and 'Dark/Web'. Her father was born in Florida, while her mother was born in Japan. She is the eldest of two sisters. In November of 2012, she married Nathan Moore. As a child performer, she had some success in films such as 'The Magic Pearl' and 'The Best Bad Thing'. She rose to prominence in Japan after signing a recording contract with Sony Records at the age of 15 and released four singles.


'The Walls are Watching' will release on April 30, 2022. You can watch the movie on the Lifetime channel 

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