Simone Missick is a rapidly emerging actress. Though, she’s not the only talented member of her family. She is having two older siblings who love singing together.
Celebration of Siblings Day
On Siblings Day, Simone shares on social media a video clip of herself and her siblings all singing to the O’jays Soul classic “Backstabbers.”
While her siblings showed off their singing abilities in the video, the “All Rise” star enjoys shooting and handling the camera.
The show “All Rise” recently shot its Season 1 finale. It is produced as an indirect episode. Simone stars as Lola Carmichael in the show.
The video is going along with a few throwback pictures of her family.
Some of the photos seem to be shot at red carpet events. And some others are from family gatherings. Simone writes an attractive caption remembering all the best times they have while growing up.
She adores their singing skills and then calls her siblings “a blessing from God.”
History of the Simone and her siblings
The three siblings grow up in Detroit, Michigan, and the actress herself spent years. She is trying on different things like playing the violin, singing, and also sports before actually getting into acting.
In an interview, the Detroit born actress Simone discloses that she grew up with blue-collar worker parents. Her father is a teacher and her mother is a health inspector in Detroit.
But then she becomes a social worker. She describes her childhood saying “It was a very happy, classic life.”
She affectionately recalls all the extra-curricular activities she takes part in. And she thanks to her parents for these in which she indulges before pursuing acting.
She also tells in an interview that some of the sports she played in high school include basketball, softball, tennis, and track. The actress also confirms that she ponders being a musician, and she has very well learned to play the violin.
Since her debut in the sci-fi series, the actress has broken many records. CBS Boston announces that she is the first African-American woman to conduct a CBS TV show.
The 38-year-old in a talk attributes black women that asphalt the way in the industry for her success. Bringing up Female actresses like Viola Davis and Kerry Washington.
CBS also shares that Simone Missick is featured as one of People magazine’s “Ones to Watch” early in her career, and she has proved them all correct.