Donny Boaz in Starz series P-Valley

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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.

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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).