*While Kim Coles was rising to stardom as one of the four leading ladies of Fox’s “Living Single,” her weight was secretly becoming a problem for executives at the network.
At one point, they told her that the writers would have to incorporate her extra pounds into the story line if it kept scooching up.
This is just one of the issues Coles discusses candidly in her episode of “Life After,” premiering Wednesday (Nov. 23) at 10 p.m. on TV One.
The 49-year-old, Brooklyn-born actress also opens up about the debacle that was her stint as an original cast member on “In Living Color,” believing she got little face time and was eventually fired after one season because the focus was on fellow cast member Kim Wayans, the sister of the show’s creator Keenen Ivory Wayans.
Before you tune in to “Life After,” Kim Coles gives more details of her episode (including her initial reluctance to even do it) in the below phone conversation with EURweb’s Lee Bailey. Listen below, and scroll down to see promo clips.
Weight becomes issue at Living Single
In Living Color debacle