A former WWE star is set to star in a new TV series.
Steph De Lander, formerly known as Persia Pirotta in WWE, has not allowed her WWE release in 2022 to slow her down in the least.
After making appearances across the independent scene and IMPACT Wrestling, the former NXT star has announced that she will star in an upcoming TV series.
On Sunday, De Lander took to Twitter to announced that she has joined the cast for “The Spilled Paint” TV series. Fans can learn more about the series at this link.
According to IMDB, “The Spilled Paint” is described as:
“A young artist down on his luck and needing help elicits the wrong man to help him. A series of bad choices and events leads him into a place where his life and the life of the ones he loves are in danger.”
Steph De Lander hasn’t signed with any promotion since her departure from WWE, but she has found a prominent role in GCW where she is associated with fellow former WWE star Matt Cardona.
Excited to announce I will be joining the cast of “Spilled Paint” & will be filming my first TV series! 🎥 pic.twitter.com/5y837FcWRn
— Steph De Lander (@stephdelander) April 9, 2023
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