Meagan Good Reveals Her Desire To Have A Child Following Her Split From DeVon Franklin
Meagan Good’s life is moving forward based on her own terms post her divorce from DeVon Franklin.
The actress revealed she’d like to pursue motherhood during a recent interview at the premiere of her new Netflix film, Day Shift.
While discussing her plans for the future, Meagan Good, 41, told Entertainment Tonight that she’d like to have a child in addition to chasing her personal and professional pursuits.
“A lot more directing. Hopefully kids at some point, or a kid,” Good told ET’s Kevin Fraizer. “Traveling, more traveling. Creating more vehicles for young, black girls. Make sure that they are able to show that they are more than how somebody may see them, but that they’re capable of so many different things. A lot more talking, mentoring, speaking. So, it just depends.”
Meagan Good In Day Shift
Set to become available on Netflix on Aug. 12, Day Shift follows an L.A.-based vampire hunter that “has a week to come up with the cash to pay for his kid’s tuition and braces.”
“Trying to make a living these days just might kill him,” the movie’s description entices.
Alongside Good, the film stars fellow big names — including Jamie Foxx, Dave Franco and Snoop Dogg.
“Man, it’s been amazing. It’s been such a crazy, crazy year but it’s been like so many blessings. So many good things. So much learning and growth,” said Good at the film’s premiere.
Meagan Monique Good is an American actress. She first gained critical attention for her role in the film Eve’s Bayou, prior to landing the role of Nina in the Nickelodeon sitcom Cousin Skeeter. Good received further prominence after starring in the films Deliver Us from Eva, Roll Bounce, and Stomp the Yard.
Good was born in the Panorama City neighborhood of Los Angeles. Her mother, Tyra Wardlow-Doyle, worked as Good’s manager into her teens, and her father, Leondis “Leon” Good, is an LAPD police officer. Good claimed that her maternal grandmother is “Jewish and African. My mother’s father was Cherokee and something else.