Actor. Filmmaker. Innovator. Kenneth Monroe is a presence to be known. Starring in 3 feature films in 1 year, this talented actor/writer/filmmaker has made quite the debut. With multiple theatrical distribution deals on the table for his film’s STAND ALONE, EAST CHICAGO, and SANTANA BISHOP, he’s set for a major movie launch campaign. The buzz surrounding this young man recently caught the attention of luxury brand Cadillac. Believing in the bright future of Monroe, Cadillac signed him as the spokesperson for their new men’s fragrance Cadillac Black and as the official sponsor of his movie campaign.
Stand Alone: “He’ll risk his life for you.” London Jackson (Kenneth Monroe) is on the run from the government carrying deadly chemicals intended for use by the government in a pandemic for profit. This political suspense thriller explores courage and corruption asking the question, who can we trust?
East Chicago: “Inspire my city protect my family" A heartfelt drama following the city’s youngest Mayor (Kenneth Monroe) facing the challenge of uplifting his poverty-stricken community. The man who has all the answers suddenly has none as his marriage crumbles and daughter disappears. We learn success on top comes at a price.
Santana Bishop: “Robotic Ability” A sexy sci-fi thriller detailing California’s drug trafficking world of hot women and fast money. Kenneth Monroe stars as the Secret Service’s most powerful weapon, a robot with an intriguing power assigned to track down and destroy one of the world’s top drug dealers.
Cadillac Black Men’s Fragrance Cadillac
Black, the newest Men’s fragrance by Cadillac spells class, luxury, refinement, and excellence. With tantalizing notes of bergamot zest, wild mint, luxurious chamomile, and sparkling aromas of orange blossom, the cologne dries down to long lasting masculine notes of fresh cedar and smoldering incense. Cadillac Black fragrance was created for the man who has the desire to lead, differ, and be found irresistible.
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