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    Many would say that South Carolina native, Angell Conwell is best known for her role as the savvy legal eagle, Leslie Michaelson on daytimes number 1 drama. Angell quickly became a fan favorite when she debuted on "The Young And The Restless" in 2010. Soon enough, Conwell's well received portrayal of the no holds barred lawyer, (initially written in for only 10 episodes) urged producers to offer her a contract.

    Others would say the actress gained most of her supporters from co- starring in John Singletons film "Baby Boy" with the likes of Taraji Henson. While the rest may think her role as a saucy flight attendant in the controversial and wildly popular comedy "Soul Plane" earned her more fans.

    Between leading and supporting roles in films or one of her many scene stealing guest appearances on television shows seen on various networks, this dedicated actress is one of the most consistent, recognizable faces in the game.

    In December of 2016, Angell tackled the emotional yet comedic lead, in a Swirl Group holiday film titled "Merry Ex- Mas". Which landed in the top 5 rated original movies of the year on TV One.

    Conwell currently stars and serves as a producer on "Family Time". A sitcom created by Bentley Kyle Evans (Martin, The Jamie Foxx Show).


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Phenomenal Woman Campaign
To celebrate International Women's Days (March 8, 2017), Angell Conwell
recently took part in a Maya Angelou inspired campaign organized by entrepreneur,
Meena Harris.
Famed photographer Matt Sayles, captured this candid moment with phenomenal women
Cynthia Erivo, Angell and Meena. The statement tee they are wearing is available
at www.omaze.com/woman. The funds raised benefit 7 different organizations. Support
the cause and look for more content from the Phenomenal Woman shoot, which took place
at UTA in California.
Click the link for your Phenomenal Woman shirt! Omaze
Photography: Matt Sayles www.mattsaylesphoto.com


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