I am blessed with good genes...
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) December 20, 2013
All Malinda Williams wants for Christmas is eternal happiness, and to continue to make resolutions year-round.
The first-time producer for the UP original movie “Marry Me for Christmas,” Williams revels in the opportunity to play a smart businesswoman, Marci Jewel, who isn’t in the holiday spirit and ultimately is torn between two men vying for her love.
“I am excited about the movie. It’s the first time I am a producer. I am the executive producer along with Swirl Films. We shot this movie in eight days and if you ever been on a movie set, that’s a huge undertaking,” she says.
Williams’ natural beauty and youthful appearance have served her well in the business she has been a part of for more than 30 years.
“I am blessed with good genes and don’t have to work out all the time. I have a grandfather who is 103 years old and still is walking on his own. We have good genes and we ‘grilled’ my grandfather on what he eats [to stay so healthy],” she shares with journalist Mike James.
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