Atlanta, GA – It was announced today that Lunden De’Leon (Sweet Home Carolina, Pure Justice) has joined the cast of “Justice on Trial: Black Lives Matter, Too” opposite Dorien Wilson (The Parkers, You Got Served).
Written by Chad Cooper Lawson (Madea Goes to Jail) the film is a Broadway adaptation centering around a civil rights attorney suing the US Justice Department for reparations for Black Americans.
De’Leon will portray the role of Mamie Till, mother of Emmett Till.
“Justice on Trial” is produced by Mann Robinson Productions (Turnt, A Love to Die For) and will begin shooting later this month in Macon, Georgia.
De’Leon was recently nominated “Best Leading Actress” for her role in the film “Pure Justice”. Her credits include “We’re the Millers”, “Payne”, “Somebody’s Child” and “Sweet Home Carolina just to name a few.
Best known for her role as Joanne Mbutu on the hit television series “Vital Signs”, De’Leon has starred and co-starred in over 50 movies and television shows including the drama “Pure Justice” where she received a “Best Leading Actress” nomination. De’Leon’s credits include the television thriller “Broken Halos”, the blockbuster hit comedy “We’re the Millers”, “Sweet Home Carolina”, “Somebody’s Child”, “Faux Pas”, “Cryptz”, “The Lake House” “Payne” and “12 Dog Days Till Christmas” just to name a few.
For more information, visit: www.LundenDeLeon.net