She played an angel on “Touched By An Angel.” Now, Roma Downey is bringing “Little Angels” to your kids in this 2012 interview.
Video Content: Roma Downey (2012):
SIDEWALKS host Cindy Rhodes briefly interviews actress / producer Roma Downey ( “Touched By An Angel”) about life after the long-running TV show, as well as her executive producing the animated kids project “Little Angels.”
Born and raised in Derry, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Roma Downey is best known for playing angel Monica for nine seasons on “Touched by an Angel.” She played Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis in the miniseries “A Woman Named Jackie,” as well as appeared in movies “Monday After the Miracle,” “Keeping up with the Randalls,” and “Come Dance at My Wedding.” With her husband, Mark Burnett, they executive produced films “Ben-Hur,” ” Son of God,” “ Little Boy,” and “Woodlawn”; the two-part “The Dovekeepers”; the 10-part History Channel miniseries “The Bible” and the NBC sequel series, “ A.D. The Bible Continues.” Downey is also the executive producer of the animated DVD video series, “Little Angels.” The husband-and-wife team are owners of the film/TV production company “Lightworkers Media” and co-owners of the TV network, Light TV, with MGM Television and Hearst Communications.
Recorded: February 15, 2012
Host/Segment Producer: Cindy Rhodes
Editor: Richard R. Lee
Special Thanks To: 20th Century Fox, Celebrities Plus