EXCLUSIVE: Elisabeth Röhm (American Hustle, Joy) and Malik Yoba (New York Undercover, Designated Survivor) met the experienced reality TV managers Dorothy Toran (The Real Housewives of New Jersey) and Leslie D. Farrell’s Lauren Grace Media in a documentary teamed up about real crime.

The project, which is currently under development, was initiated by Röhm and Yoba and investigated how racial and socio-economic differences influence criminal investigations and how justice is ensured. Specific cases are not yet known.

“We are very excited to be working with Elisabeth and Malik to shed light on issues of racial inequality,” said Toran. “Both have an incredible level of commitment and passion for the difficult conversations it takes to tackle the inequalities of so many disadvantaged communities.” Face.”

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Toran and former Bravo CEO Farrell launched Lauren Grace Media in 2020 to focus on non-written and scripted content development, with an emphasis on different storytelling. LGM develops a program listing for different genres, including a special focus on true crime.

In 2020, Toran and Farrell executive produced Bravos Race in America: OurVote Counts and Race in America: One Movement, Not a Moment.

Röhm made her directorial debut with Lifetime’s Girl in the Basement and is currently directing her second feature film, Switched Before Birth. Röhm will direct and act in Nurturing Healing Love. Her credits include Sleeping With Danger, Bombshell, American Hustle, Joy, and Law and Order. She is again taken care of by Buchwald and manager Matt Luber.

Former New York undercover star Yoba created, produced and directed the documentaries The Real Estate Mix Tape Vol. 1 about his journey into real estate development in NYC and makes his directorial debut with Asira Awakens. Yoba will again be supervised by Innovative Artists and Managers Kieran Maguire and Richard Arlook from The Arlook Group.