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The Los Angeles Lakers’ Metta World Peace will make his acting debut this fall on the Lifetime Movie Network.
He’ll play Garlan Fincher, a Georgia detective investigating a serial killer, in The Eleventh Victim. It’s the movie adaptation of Nancy Grace’s first novel. Grace is a former prosecutor who has her own crime show on HLN.
It turns out that World Peace and Grace became friends during Season 13 of “Dancing with the Stars.”
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After showing off what he can do being a weatherman, Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace will be taking his talents to the movie screen, as he will reportedly star in a movie called The Eleventh Victim , which is based on the novel by Nancy Grace.According to William Keck of TV Guide, World Peace will play a man named Garlan Fincher, who is a detective from Georgia. Peace...
Metta World Peace is an All-Star small forward, would-be rapper, mental health advocate and soon-to-be Lifetime movie star. Yes, you read that last part right. The NBA star formerly known as Ron Artest is set to take on a sizable role in the movie adaptation of televison personality Nancy Grace's first book, The Eleventh Victim, according to TV Guide. World Peace and Grace became...
Metta World Peace has certainly been on a roll recently. There was his Ron Artest relapse at the end of the regular season that led him to clock James Harden with a vicious elbow. Then there was his debut as "Metta Man" a superhero who flew on a skateboard and flung curling rocks among other bizarre attributes. Then, poor Mr. Peace got Labor Day confused with Memorial...