From make-up to movies, actress Joy Bryant keeps it natural.
Joy been acting professionally for about five years - her break came when she was cast in 2002's Antwone Fisher. "I've been very, very forunate - but I don't want people to put me in a box," she says. "I'd love to be in a cool action movie, where I have train, shoot guns, and beat people up."
First, though she appeared in Bobby, a critically acclaimed film about the assassination of Senator of Robert F Kennedy in 1968. "I play a switch board operator at the Ambassador Hote [were Kennedy was shot], " she says, "but it's a huge ensemble cast." Indeed, Joy is sharing the screen with everyone from Lindsay Lohan to Anthony Hopkins, and she couldn't be more excited.
When the film premiered at the Toronto Film Festival, Joy say, "Someone called it a dream team, which was so cool. Because I'm on the team!"