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InDaHouseMedia House Call Special with Baadja-Lynn Odums

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InDaHouseMedia House Call Special with Baadja-Lynn Odums

Tune in on Thursday 12/24/2020 7:00 PM EST for InDaHouseMedia’s Christmas Eve House Call Special with the amazing Hollywood actress Baadja-Lynn Odums on Facebook Live and InDaHouseMedia YouTube Channel

You may recognize her from the highly acclaimed television drama, This is Us, Tyler Perry’s Ruthless, Greys Anatomy, Tijuana Jackson, Purpose over Prison, No Man’s Land and The Shield

Baadja-Lyne Odums came from very humble beginnings. Growing up in Chicago’s Cook County, the thought of making it on the big screen as a little black girl was far-fetched and unconvincing. However, for Baadja Lyne-Odums, she was determined to make every bit of that dream a reality. With the help of her aunt, who was dedicated to seeing her niece win, this dream slowly but surely came to fruition as Odums matured. Her aunt encouraged her to move to California, the city where stardom roared, in order to further her career as an actress.

There, Odums’ journey to success began, and as it grew, she found herself as the star in many stage, film and television productions. Through the years, some of her most famous works have included but are not limited to: Mad Dogs, Shameless, Jane the Virgin, Henry Danger, This is Us, & AJ and the Queen.  Even with all of these phenomenal accolades under her belt, she doesn’t plan on slowing down anytime soon.

We are honored that this sensational seasoned star has taken time out of her busy schedule to have a quick chat with us at “InDaHouseMedia. So, make sure you set your reminders and tune In for InDaHouseMedia Christmas Eve Special.


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