Meagan Good reveals her Harlem co-star Whoopi Goldberg played an ‘instrumental’ role in her divorce

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Meagan Good promoted the new season of her Amazon TV series Harlem, where she revealed that her co-star Whoopi Goldberg helped her through the split “instrumentally.”

Good, 41, was married to film producer DeVon Franklin for 10 years, until they separated in December 2021 and the divorce was finalized in June 2022.

Good appeared on Goldberg’s talk show The View on Tuesday, where she praised her co-star for helping her through a tough time.

Meagan promotes: Meagan Good promoted the new season of her Amazon TV series Harlem, where she revealed that her co-star Whoopi Goldberg helped her through the split “instrumentally”

Former couple: Good, 41, was married to film producer DeVon Franklin for 10 years, until they separated in December 2021 and the divorce was finalized in June 2022

Former couple: Good, 41, was married to film producer DeVon Franklin for 10 years, until they separated in December 2021 and the divorce was finalized in June 2022

Praise: Good appeared on Goldberg's talk show The View on Tuesday, where she praised her co-star for helping her through a tough time

Praise: Good appeared on Goldberg’s talk show The View on Tuesday, where she praised her co-star for helping her through a tough time

When asked what she learned from the split, Good opened up, “I learned a lot about myself. I have rediscovered myself in many ways.’

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“Also, I have to say again Whoopi was a big part of that because we had some really good conversations that I needed that were enlightening and eye-opening for me,” said Good.

“It’s exciting to me, low key, you know, I feel like I can somehow start my life over and have a shot at what’s supposed to happen next,” Good added.

Learned: When asked what she learned from the split, Good opened up, “I learned a lot about myself.  I have rediscovered myself in many ways'

Learned: When asked what she learned from the split, Good opened up, “I learned a lot about myself. I have rediscovered myself in many ways’

Instrumental:

Instrumental: “I also have to say again, Whoopi was a big part of that because we had some really good conversations that I needed that were enlightening and eye-opening for me,” said Good

“I really embrace that, looking forward to it. I don’t know what to expect and that’s pretty amazing,” she added.

Good began acting when she was just four years old, with her first film, the 1995 cult classic Friday, in which she played one of the few children at an ice cream truck.

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Since many child stars don’t always turn out so well, Good was asked how she managed to build a successful career while starting so young.

Embrace: “I really embrace that, looking forward to it.  I don't know what to expect and that's pretty amazing,

Embrace: “I really embrace that, looking forward to it. I don’t know what to expect and that’s pretty amazing,” she added

Success: Since many child stars don't always turn out that well, Good was asked how she managed to build a successful career while starting so young

Success: Since many child stars don’t always turn out that well, Good was asked how she managed to build a successful career while starting so young

“Um, my mama, shout-out to Tyra Wardlow, and God, really. I think if you have the mindset that this is bigger than me and I can be here,” she explained.

“I always make sure that I show people love, that I look people in the eye, that I let them know that I see and appreciate them, no matter what capacity we work together,” Good said.

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“It’s always been important to me to make sure I’m using my platform for something bigger than celebrities or whatever,” she added.

Mom: Um, my mom, shout-out to Tyra Wardlow, and God, really.  I think if you have the mindset that this is bigger than me and I can be here,” she explained

Mom: Um, my mom, shout-out to Tyra Wardlow, and God, really. I think if you have the mindset that this is bigger than me and I can be here,” she explained

Good was asked if it was true she met Goldberg 30 years ago, and she said it was, as she was a background extra in the 1991 film Soapdish.

When asked what it’s like working with Goldberg right now, Good replied simply, “Great.”

“You’re so caring and kind and wonderful and she takes care of me and the other girls on set and it’s been a joy. I feel very privileged,” said Good.

True: Good was asked if it was true she met Goldberg 30 years ago, and she said it was, as she was a background extra in the 1991 film Soapdish

True: Good was asked if it was true she met Goldberg 30 years ago, and she said it was, as she was a background extra in the 1991 film Soapdish

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