Karla Mosley (“The Bold and the Beautiful,” “The Young and the Restless”) will co-star in the upcoming Tubi original movie “Deadly Cheer Mom,” Soap Opera Network has learned. She’ll appear alongside Mena Suvari (“American Pie,” “American Beauty”) and Tommi Rose (“Sorority Secrets”), among others, when the thriller releases Friday, March 25 on the FOX Entertainment-owned free streaming service.
“Deadly Cheer Mom” follows the story of Beth (Rose), a high school cheerleading captain who has her world turned upside down when salacious videos of her smoking and drinking get circulated around school, resulting in her being kicked off the squad. Even though she insists the videos are fake, nobody believes her.
To get her life back on track, Beth must catch the culprit behind the videos and prove her innocence. As she delves into her own investigation, all signs point to the person she least suspected.
From MarVista Entertainment and Robbins Entertainment, “Deadly Cheer Mom” was directed by Doug Campbell from a script by Lauren Balson.
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Mosley played Maya Avant on “The Bold and the Beautiful” off and on from 2013-2019, and briefly took over the role of Amanda Sinclair on “The Young and the Restless” in 2021 when original portrayer Mishael Morgan was unavailable. She got her start in soaps in 2008 when she played Christina Moore on “Guiding Light.”