Samara Weaving is portraying Holly Madison in an under-development TV present.
Madison is okay with that.
Her memoir “Down The Rabbit Hole” is being developed by Sony on what’s envisioned as a brief TV collection. Weaving, who received a Screen Actors Guild Award for her position in”Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” performs the position of Madison in an adaptation of her 2015 memoir.
Madison posted on Instagram on Saturday, “I couldn’t be more thrilled with this casting” underneath a picture of a report concerning the project from The Hollywood Reporter. She declined additional remark, ready till the project strikes ahead. No community has but partnered within the project.
“Rabbit Hole” covers Madison’s time on the Playboy Mansion, simply earlier than she moved to Las Vegas, when she was a central determine in “The Girl Next Door” E! collection. Madison grew to become Hugh Hefner’s main girlfriend within the present, which aired from 2005-2010 and co-starred Bridget Marquardt and Kendra Wilkinson.
The e book spent a number of weeks atop The New York Times’ best-seller listing. Australian screenwriter, and TV/radio persona Marieke Hardy is adapting the supply materials for the collection.
Madison not too long ago has been courting “Ghost Adventures” star and Haunted Museum proprietor Zak Bagans. The former Playboy mannequin and stage performer moved to Las Vegas in 2009, simply because the collection closed out, to star in “Peep Show” at Planet Hollywood. She was the star attraction by means of 2012.
In 2013, Madison married and began a household with Insomniac and Electric Daisy Carnival Pasquale Rotella. The couple divorced in February 2019 after slightly greater than 5 years of marriage.
Madison was additionally fronted the 1923 Bourbon & Burlesque hideaway at Mandalay Bay in 2014. For a time, she expanded her stage chops as a singer, becoming a member of “Million Dollar Quartet” for a spin by means of “The Lady Loves Me” from “Viva Las Vegas.”
In current years, the 41-year-old Madison has centered on household and writing. Her “Vegas Diary” adopted “Rabbit Hole” in 2016. Her first e book, “Confessions of a Showgirl” was issued in 2011.
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