Marla Maples, the second former wife of the United States President Donald Trump, is returning to a small screen. The one-time Dancing With The Stars competition is filming for The Righteous Gemstones, the forthcoming HBO comedy.
It’s not clear what Ms. Maple’s role is on the comedy show, starring John Goodman and Danny McBride and centres on a family of televangelists reports CNN. the Hill has confirmed the role with HBO.
In a recent Instagram post accompanying a photo of herself enjoying a vegan breakfast “on set” in South Carolina, she wrote: “Couldn’t be much happier than the Now.”
Ms. Maples is the mother to President Trump’s younger daughter, Tiffany Trump, has earlier acting credits that including an early 1990’s stint on Broadway in The Will Rogers Follies and small characters in films including Happiness and TV shows like, Spin City.
During her former husband’s presidency, Ms. Maples has kept her public profile, relatively low, steering miles clear of politics and recording her yoga-and-juicing, globe-trotting on Instagram. But in another sign that Ms. Maples is not entirely spotlight-averse, the self-styled fitness guru further gave an interview for its oral history published of John Kennedy Jr.’s political magazine George on Tuesday.
She used to guest-wrote a column for the glossy titled, “If I Were President”, recalled once running into a shirtless JFK Jr. in Los Angeles. As Maples’ bodyguard got his autograph, the second wife of Trump was enjoying the scene. “I’m like, ‘I’m never going to forget this vision in my entire life’,” recalled Maples.