Nia Long Talks About the Sequel to “The Best Man” and Way More with Jet Magazine


Nia Long is working hard and looking Super Gorge !

Nia Long is covering the latest edition of Jet Magazine. On top of the Hollywood actress being a mommy she has a lead role in Tyler Perry’s up-coming tv show Single Moms Club, as well as tv shows like House of Lies and Cleveland. The 42 year old is also juggling the role of her new movie titled “The Best Man Holiday” which will be a sequel to “The Best Man.” 

During her interview with JET Magazine she dishes on the new movie “The Best Man Holiday” , her career, long distance relationship and more.

Read the interview below…


On the Best Man Holiday
We made magic together— so many people say that to me. And because I love the cast. The film’s director, Malcolm Lee, has been talking about it for some time and finally announced his plan during a recent cast reunion dinner.

Well, we’re not shooting until late April in Toronto so I can’t say much, but everybody is really excited to revisit our stories and find out what happens next. Where is Jordan now? Did she get married? Did she break up a relationship? It’s like reading a great book; you want to see what the next chapter is.

On her career path prior to acting
I wanted to be a pediatrician. One of the most life-changing challenges I experienced growing up was realizing that there simply wasn’t enough money for me to go to college. So I decided to focus on working. I promised that I’d give myself one year from the day I graduated from high school to make moves in the business. I was acting since I was 15, and I really wanted to help my mom, who was struggling.

On her current career path
That’s very true. Actors only have job security from the time we’re on set until they say cut. But, deep down inside I knew it would work out for me. Luckily, I was also naive. What’s the saying? Ignorance is bliss. I had a wonderful acting coach who didn’t focus on fail-ure, only working.

On her long distance relationship
Ime and I are very much a family. We’re both committed to being good to each other and being great parents. He operates on faith, and we share that. If not, it would be difficult to maintain with him working as a coach in San Antonio. The challenge is the times when I’m exhausted and here with the kids by myself. I have homework, bath time, dinner, laundry and all the other things that every mother has to do because, in essence, I’m physically a part-time single mom.

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