“All the women have great personalities,” says Torrei Hart of her fellow castmates on the newest Atlanta-based reality show, “Atlanta Exes,” a spin-off of “Hollywood Exes.”
“Expect a lot of laughs and a lot of fun,” adds the ex-wife of Hollywood funnyman Kevin Hart.
Hart, along with entrepreneur Tameka Foster Raymond (multi-entertainer Usher Raymond’s ex-wife); culinary entrepreneur Sheree Buchanan (retired pro footballer Ray “Big Play” Buchanan’s ex-wife); celebrity interior designer Christina Johnson (Cee Lo Green’s ex-wife) and businesswoman and author Monyetta Shaw (Ne-Yo’s ex-fiancée) are the latest to join the new class of celebrities who’ve gained their fame being completely transparent and sometimes unfiltered.
If you’ve been tuned in for the first few episodes, you know Hart is being modest. Those great personalities have clashed and shattered, and are now working to pick up the pieces. “We have a sisterhood. You’ll witness us resolve a lot of issues. Go on the journey with us as we overcome a lot.”
Hart, who made her foray into entertainment as an actress, comedian and producer has launched a new business, Skimpy Mixers, which are are low-cal sugar drink mixers for alcohol.
“We’re in Walmart across the county. We can be found on Amazon and we were recently picked up by chain store, Reasors, in Oklahoma which has 22 locations,” says Hart who hails from New Jersey via her hometown of Philadelphia. Presently, she lives bicoastal, in Atlanta and Los Angeles.
The founder of the production company, Pretty Funny Fish, is no stranger to performing on television, which she says she “loves.” She appeared on Nickelodeon’s “Parental Discretion” and she creates her own content, writes sketches, executive produces with her business partner, Simone Shepherd, and has written a short film, Victim of Circumstance, which is a coming-of-age story for a Philadelphia boy who had to overcome many adversities.
Hart has trained with some of the best in Hollywood including Howard Fine and Leslie Kahn.
Tune in to “Atlanta Exes” every Monday at 9:30/8:30 C on VH1.