Donny Boaz in Starz’s ‘P-Valley’ and Spring Break Themed 80s Film
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Young and Restless star has several projects on the horizon including a strip club series.
Soaps.com has learned that The Young and the Restless’ Donny Boaz (Chance Chancellor) has filmed an episode of the Starz series P-Valley. Per Deadline the drama is based on Pussy Valley, a play by Katori Hall who will serve as the series’ showrunner and executive producer. The story is set in a Mississippi strip club and centers on the lives and dreams of the dancers working there and those who pass through the doors. P-Valley also stars Brandee Evans (The Bobby Brown Story), Nicco Annan (Claws; Shameless), Carolyn Braver (Mercy Street; Chicago Fire), Parker Sawyers (Southside with You; Deep State), Elarica Johnson (A Discovery of Witches; EastEnders), Harriett D. Foy (Elementary; Limitless), Shannon Thornton (Power; Rise), J. Alphonse Nicholson (Shots Fired, Mr. Robot) and Josh Ventura (Cloak & Dagger; Queen Sugar). Co-executive producers include Dante Di Loreto and Patrik-Ian Polk. Karena Evans directed the first episode. P-Valley had been picked up to series in November 2018. Boaz is credited in the second episode titled Scars.
In addition, Donny Boaz stars in 12 Pups of Christmas this weekend and has a slew of projects in production. He stars in the upcoming based-on-true-events football movie One Heart, co-starring Abigail Spencer (Timeless) and Matthew Lillard (Good Girls); the sci-fi time traveling movie Assassin 33 A.D.; the 80s star studded Spring Break ‘83 starring Morgan Fairchild (Anjelica Deveraux, Days of our Lives; Dorothy, The Bold and the Beautiful, Sydney Chase, The City), Jordan Roberts, Falcon Crest), Lee Majors (The Fall Guy), Erik Estrada (Chips) and Adrian Zmed (T.J. Hooker); the thriller Power Play co-starring Mötley Crüe’s Nikki Sixx and Brooke Newton (Colby Chandler, All My Children); and The Portrait’s Secret, based on multiple true stories involving human rights violations including gay rights, child abuse and economic exploitation, which also stars Maria Conchita Alonso (Saints & Sinners) and Louis Gossett Jr. (Watchmen).