Feb 25, 2020
Monique Coleman was raised by a single Mom with the intention of being the best you and putting your effort in what is inside you that makes you shine. There was never an emphasis on the best headshot, the best hair, or the best clothes only the best YOU. Monique scored several critically acclaimed films as a youngster and was awarded the Young Artist Award in 1998. But it is her purpose, goal setting and achieving that blew away her competitors in the first year in Los Angeles. She understands branding and marketing, but ultimately the power of intention to manifest booking six shows immediately upon arriving. What will surprise you is that her first audition for the film that would make her worldwide famous (High School Musical) is what made her "quit" the business and retreat to Chicago. Listen in to hear how Monique dealt with fame and transitioned her platform into reaching the youth of our nation.
Monique is currently plays Katina Howard on the Verizon Go90 show Guidance and is producing to two new shows, Queen Bess and Desegregated.
“You don’t have to have the money to do things. You have to be willing to ask.” CLICK TO TWEET