Jessica Moore aka “Jess Hilarious” Signed To Star In FOX Comedy “REL” – Details Here!
Fox big wigs announced that they’ve signed actor/comedian Sinbad to co-star in their Fox comedy pilot REL. They also announced that social media star/comedian, “Jess Hilarious” whose real name is Jessica Moore was signed to replace Angel Laketa Moore in the comedy. Jessica Moore will star alongside Sinbad as Tiffany, Rel’s supportive, kind, and driven best friend. Sinbad will play Rel’s dad, and the father to Nat (Jordan L. Jones), who seems to care more about his reputation in the community than he does about the happiness of his sons.
Congrats are in order for “jess Hilarious.” It’s always a great thing to see someone work hard for what they want and come up. So, we are very happy for “Jess Hilarious” for landing the lead role in “Rel,” just as much as we were happy for Cardi B when she signed with Atlantic Records and began her new journey in realizing her dreams and her full potential. It came across our desks yesterday that Jess Hilarious was selected after an audition to star in the FOX comedy, we were like wow, its great to see and experience the moment when hard work pays off.
“Jess Hilarious” has appeared on MTV’s Wild ‘n Out and HBOs’ All Def Comedy in the past, but REL will be her first major role in film. As hard as she works, we are sure that this her first role in film will be the first of many to come for Jessica “Jess Hilarious” Moore.
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