Bel-Air 2022 Hilary Banks Jacket
Bel-Air 2022 Hilary banks jacket is love. Coco Jones: as it were, I grew up with the show. My folks watched it, and as I progressed in years I became keen on it too. I feel like it’s an exemplary for a great deal of Black families.
I got to talk with Karyn. She’s wonderful. We fortified over Hilary and how unique our tryouts were. She isn’t as like her adaptation of Hilary as I am to mine. So it was fascinating getting to discuss our different excursions with a similar person, as well as her passing that light to me and providing me with her blessing on how I was doing Hilary.
In my initial audition, I was very similar to Karyn’s version of Hilary. I thought it needed to be similar and that was what they were looking for. But then as I got closer to booking the role, I had more conversations with Morgan Cooper, our director. He kind of redirected me, and reassured me that who I was, and what I was portraying, was enough. It was so exciting when I got the role, especially since I get to play a dark-skinned version of a character iconically known as a lighter-skinned woman and rebrand her in a way that in 2022 is really needed in terms of representation.