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The second book will be a children’s book about co-parenting after divorce; the subject of the third has not yet been released to the press. I think you get that stuff if you’re taught that stuff. I’m only speaking of that in terms of my sisters’ husbands. Throughout her life, Garcelle has emphasized the resilience of her nurse mom—whose death in 2008 at age 80—left Garcelle understandably devastated. Kreyolicious: Now in terms of your kids…you teach them Creole? I think that it’s also finding a good person, who has the same morals, the same goals with you. If you have somebody who has a lot in common with you, that’s half the battle. This is basically the first Haiti-themed movie you’ve done. I think when people see you, they expect you to look like you’re happy all the time. I’m usually that person who goes way beyond the fact of what I’m supposed to be there and used for; and I feel like, this is who I am. How did you get approached about playing this role of Marie in this movie? In reading this script, there were so many things that I connected with. And when I met with the director David [de Vos], I felt that he was someone who was passionate and compassionate for Haiti and he represented it the right way. Kreyolicious: You’re the most well-known Haitian actress in Hollywood. I can’t say that I’m from Haiti.” It’s like I’m proud that I am from Haiti.
Currently, she has a role on “Psych”, and is pretty much one of the few television actresses who still remain relevant on TV today as when they first started. I haven’t yet met a Haitian man who’s asked asked me out. I felt that it was going to be done well, and like I said, I wanted to tell people to people not forget about Haiti—with the other disasters going on. I feel for me, as a Haitian actress, I’ve always been careful about the roles I play. I remember this girl saying that you were hosting some Haitian event some years ago, and some in the crowd asked you to speak a little Creole and you refused. Do you ever feel like— I speak Creole all the time. It was a way of doing something that would last, and hopefully tell people not to forget. Many people don’t realize that at one point Garcelle was even a video girl! [Laughter] Kreyolicious: Say for example, say a Haitian man who wants to romance Garcelle… She played the leading lady in at least two music videos, “Down Low”, “Come with Me”, “Take me Home” with the singer R. Kreyolicious: You said you had a Haitian boyfriend before.