When it comes to Women’s History Month, no one is making their mark more in the Entertainment Industry than Chrystale Wilson. The phenomenal actress has been in the film industry for over two decades also being a writer and producer on many projects. She is a superb author, motivational speaker, and Emmy-nominated actress. Chrystale is most known for her role as Ronnie in the cult classic film The Players Club.
Wilson is the first minority woman to produce a union-independent film with the movie Groupies. Chrystale stated “When I look back at it, I’m like wow you really did that. I have done some pretty amazing things in my life. I’m just doing them. I don’t even realize it and then I just look up and say that’s what they mean when they say “look at God.” Chrystale has also worked on box-office hit movies such as Think Like A Man and Creed.
I asked Chrystale about the politics that go on in the industry. “Politics are always changing. We all have had those moments of envy, and how did this person get this role? I learned that it’s about the right place, the right time, and the right people. The stars align and what’s for you is for you. There is always gonna be politics in the industry. When I changed my energy, I really changed my life.”
Chrystale is no stranger to struggle. She always tells her story about what she has been through. Humble but not crumbled “There are things that happened to me in my life that have humbled me but not broken me and it has made me a better person.”
Chrystale just wrapped up a project for Disney and is working on completing her audiobook. Wilson is still active in the film world playing the role of Carla in the BET hit TV series “All The Queen’s Men.” I asked Chrystale when it’s all said and done and she is long gone from this earth, what is it she wants the world to know about her? “That I have never been a fake friend. I’m someone you could truly depend on.”
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