Deborah Chenault Green to star in three big releases in June

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The month of June will be an exciting time for Deborah Chenault Green She appears in three BIG movies that will be releasing in June.

On June 4th, “Manifesting A Real King.” releases.  It will premiere at the MJR 15/VANDYKE  Tickets are available at God’s World W. 7 Mile 313-862-8220 or at

Synopsis: Detroit native playwright turn movie producer Mark Hunter gives us a look into his real-life story on the big screen. From childhood trials to adulthood situations,  all while transforming into one of the most talented writers to come out of Detroit.

On June 8th, “Block Party,” the first comedy about Juneteenth, will be released in theaters.  On June 16 it will be released on BET.

Synopsis: Recent Harvard grad Keke McQueen, 23, is eager to ditch her hometown of Grand Rapids, Michigan for her dream job in Atlanta, but when Keke discovers that her once super-sharp Grandma Janice is showing early signs of dementia, Keke puts her career at stake in order to save her Grandma’s block party, and in the process, Keke falls back in love with her hometown and its people.

Then, last but not least, on June 18th, the film, Dennis L. Reed II’s “Faithful,” will be released. It premieres at Bel Air Luxury Cinema, Saturday, June 18th at 8:00 pm. Tickets are available for pick up at 25900 Greenfield, Oak Park 48237 suit #340 or click the link in the bio…

Tagline: “What happens when loving the wrong person can cost you everything even your life?”

For any additional questions call (248) 629-9749

About Deborah  Chenault Green as told by Deborah Chenault Green
In 2006, I was at choir rehearsal when my best friend came in and handed me a flyer. It was from The Detroit Repertory, for an acting workshop. I looked at it and laughed and told her I was not an actor, nor did I ever aspire to be an actress. When I got home I placed the flyer on my dresser and didn’t think anything else about it.

A few months later, while I was cleaning my room, I found the flyer between the dresser and the TV. This time when I looked at it, I saw it with a different set of eyes. You see, in 2003 I was told by doctors, that I had Multiple Sclerosis and that I had short-term memory loss. So, I decided to go to the workshop to help improve my memory. After the first performance, I was bitten by the bug and the rest, as they say, is history.

Soon after, I went to an audition to get my feet wet and tried out for two small roles. To my surprise, I was given the lead role in my first stage production. Since then I have worked in stage plays, commercials, television shows, films, voice-over work, and print ads. In 2008, I decided that if I was going to work in the industry, I should learn as much as possible about it. I enrolled in college and received my Associate of Arts Degree and have taken several acting workshops.

In October 2019 my career was put on hold because I was hit by a car. I sustained a broken bone in my knee, a torn meniscus, a broken bone in my spine, a large hematoma on my head, and mental damages that I am still recovering from.

Last year I began to ease myself back into working and have four films being released this year and am getting ready to go into production for three more films in May and June. I have also authored two books, “Back 2/1: I Invite You Into My Serenity,” a book of poetry, and “I Am! Say It, See It, Believe It, Receive It,” a book about the use of positive affirmations.

I am the mother of 4 grown adults, Melvin Chenault, Love Williams, Ayana Green, and Maia Daniels. I have 14 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. I am sending a copy of my acting resume and also attaching links to my social media, my website, IMDB page and some work I’ve done on youtube.
Deborah Chenault Green’s latest resume 

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