Sizzling Cutie: Gigi Rice

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When an actress has a pleasingly beguiling smile, we are often intrigued and Gigi Rice has one to fascinate us all. She can be seen in the recently released family feature “Mostly Ghostly: Have You Met My Ghoulfriend?”. Based on the the teen book seres, Gigi plays Harriet Doyle, the mom of Ryan Ochoa, and Calum Worthy, both Disney stars. One of her sons becomes inhabited by a ghost while the other is trying to win the love of Bella Thorne and keep a very powerful ring from some naughty ghosts. It’s been described as a fun romp, filled with young stars. Gigi herself is very much accomplished and adored with a career that has seen her worked alongside luminaries such as Harrison Ford, Sean Penn, Jennifer Garner and Mr Nick Fury himself Samuel L. Jackson. Television is another medium she’s been a charming presence on, having starred in numerous shows including the hit “Army Wives” and appearing in an episode of “The Mentalist” as the mother of Lorelei Martins, Red John’s close accomplice. How about that foxy voice of hers which is a fetching trait indeed (see clip above) as she ruffles the feathers of Robin Tunney’s FBI special agent Lisbon.

Here’s Gigi giving us a tease of her upcoming project “Mission Air”:

‘Mission Air is an action adventure with family and God as the foundation. I play Diane, a strong woman with a loving family. A pilot who flies food and medical supplies to Mexico. One mission they run into some Bandits, and her daughter is kidnapped. (my daughter is played by the loving Allie DeBerry). Diane’s mission becomes saving her daughter.

She was also in the comedy “Night at The Roxbury” as Vivica, the gold-digging supermodel who hooks up with the dim witted Steve Butabi (Will Ferrell) only to find out he’s broke. It’s obvious Gigi has a vivaciousness we would love without question and this willowy actress should be celebrated for keeping us enchanted.

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