Living Single’s Erika Alexander Is Launching Her Own Multi-Platform Content Company

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Erika Alexander, most recently seen in the Jordan Peele’s Oscar-nominated film Get Out, has partnered with former Google exec Ben Arnon to launch Color Farm, a multi-platform content company. The newly minted banner aims to feature a lineup of film, television and digital projects from diverse creators.