BLOOD DONE SIGN MY NAME, Featuring THE LION KING's Christine Horne, Airs on TV One Thru 3/18
"Blood Done Sign My Name", featuring Christine Horne, is now a feature film on TV One and Neflix for Black History Month.
"Blood Done Sign My Name" tells the tale of Civil Rights leader Dr. Ben Chavis (Nate Parker), who played a pivotal role in desegregating North Carolina's public school system, and who would go on to become the youngest-ever executive director and CEO of the NAACP. Christine Horn portrays Chavis' older sister in the film.
Christine Horn is an American actress of the stage and screen based in Los Angeles, CA. She has appeared in numerous plays and feature films, including the Broadway, Las Vegas and national tours of Disney's "The Lion King". Christine is also a noted singer/songwriter who has released two CDs and is currently working on a new project.
"I am so thrilled that I was able to be a part of such a fantastic film that sheds light on more of our civil rights leaders."
"Blood Done Sign My Name" is currently available for viewing on TV One until March 18, 2012 and is also available on Netflix.