Meet Shawn Bullard, an African American real estate magnate and former college athlete looking for true love. And who better to help him find The One than the man upstairs - or someone with a close connection? Enter Pastor Ken Johnson (spiritual advisor to the Indianapolis Colts) who guides Shawn and observes the authenticity and godliness of 24 women living under one roof hoping to find a love connection with Shawn. Not only does the pastor weigh in on Shawn's choices, but when his very outspoken mother moves in, she too has a say on who could potentially be her daughter-in-law. While some ladies are sane and sweet, others are downright devilish leading to plenty of drama and bad behavior. After a series of dates, romantic rendezvous, harsh eliminations, and solicited (and unsolicited) advice from the Pastor and his mother, find out if Shawn finally meets his match.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Match Made in Heaven - Kerri Green - Netflix
Kerri Lee Green (born January 14, 1967) is an American actress.
Match Made in Heaven - Life and career - Netflix
Green was born on January 14, 1967 in Fort Lee, New Jersey. She grew up in Woodcliff Lake, and attended Pascack Hills High School. Green may be best known for her roles as a young teen in a string of teen flicks in the 1980s, including Summer Rental (1985), in which she starred as the daughter of a stressed-out air traffic controller (John Candy). Her big break came in the 1985 film The Goonies, in which she played cheerleader-turned-adventurer Andrea “Andy” Carmichael. She gained further critical acclaim for her performance in Lucas (1986), in which she starred as the center of a love triangle between the characters of Corey Haim and Charlie Sheen. However, her next film, Three for the Road (1987), which featured Charlie Sheen and Alan Ruck, did not fare as well. Green appeared in a 1990 episode of In the Heat of the Night. She performed in an independent film called Blue Flame and appeared in two episodes of the television sitcom Mad About You as Paul's secretary. She then took a break from acting to study art at Vassar College, where she was roommates with Marisa Tomei's brother, Adam, and with BioShock developer Ken Levine. Green eventually co-founded a film production company, Independent Women Artists, with Bonnie Dickenson. With Dickenson, she co-wrote and directed the film adaptation of a play about teen pregnancy called Bellyfruit (1999).
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