Good Trouble’s Zuri Adele shares the simplistic routine that leads to her marvelous skin!
Zuri Adele is about to make her TV debut starring in Freeform’s newest show, Good Trouble and has been working towards this moment for a long time. As a graduate of Spelman College, she learned to navigate art and life from the perspective of a woman of color. The actress studied at the British American Academy in London for a year went to graduate school at UCLA and taught at Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for girls in South Africa. To describe her as accomplished is an understatement if there ever was one.
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Lately, she has been filming for her starring role in Good Trouble, a spinoff of the family drama The Fosters, which is premiering January 8th. Zuri plays the character of Malika – a courageous young activist – and discovered that even though she usually enjoys playing a character whose personality is different from her own, this one, in particular, feels closer to home than any other she’s portrayed.
“Malika and I would be best friends,” Zuri explains, “She is bold and self-expressive. She speaks up for herself and is independent. I’m very independent too. We have that in common. She really lit a fire under me to speak up for myself and trust that my life is absolutely as it’s supposed to be.”
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