SouthBound Replay: Brooklyn Decker On Acting, Running A Business, And Coming Home

Feb 5, 2020

Today's episode is a replay of our conversation with Brooklyn Decker from October 2018. Decker grew up outside of Charlotte, where SouthBound is based, and was discovered at a mall by a talent scout for a modeling agency. When we talked, she was back in town to see family.

Two updates since our talk: Her Netflix series "Grace and Frankie" just started its sixth season; and Finery, the company she co-founded, was bought by the personal styling service StitchFix.

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Show notes:

Other music in this episode:

  • Adam Henry Garcia, "Brooklyn Heights"
  • Blue Dot Sessions, "Lanky"

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SouthBound is a production of WFAE. Our host is Tommy Tomlinson. Our audience engagement manager is Joni Deutsch, and our main theme comes from Josh Turner.