Actress Layla Crawford from “King Richard”

Welcome Layla Crawford:

We’re joined on the Starline by an award winning actor and assistant director. You’ve seen her in True Blood and NCIS: LA. Her latest project is the film “King Richard”. We welcome Layla Crawford.

Layla, let’s go Beyond the Mic dancing since you were 4, acting since you were 6. Where did you get your love of the arts?

You were a ham for the holidays weren’t you…

You continue to work with some heavy hitters, L.L. Cool J, Will Smith. How do you keep composure when probably inside you are losing your mind?

If someone hasn’t seen the trailer for “King Richard”, why should they see this movie?

You said on social media “I put my heart in it all, I can’t lose” where did you get your determination?

Down deep, you believe people can truly change the world. Why is that?

What are the things you still want to achieve?

The Rockin’ 8:

It’s time for the Rockin’ 8, 8 random questions; answer with the first thing that comes to your mind. There is no Pressure. Layla

1. Have you ever started or been in a food fight?

2. Favorite moment from homecoming?

3. App you use the most on your phone?

4. How do you like your eggs?

5. You are known as a fashionista. What is the favorite dress you own?

6. What is the most beautiful word?

7. Favorite ride at Six Flags?

8. If you could have fame but no control of your career, would you still want to be famous?

One Big Question:

Who inspires you every day? Why

How do you take this performance in King Richard to push your forward?

Since “Laytober” what’s the next project you are working on?

How can people find you?

The Wrap:

Layla Crawford has never been in a food fight, loved dancing with her friends at homecoming, and you can always find her on Instagram. Thanks for taking the time to talk with us today.

And that my friends is Beyond the Mic short cut.

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