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Topic - Odiney Brown
An 11-year-old girl who played young Nala in "The Lion King" on Broadway will get a potentially lifesaving procedure.
An 11-year-old girl who played young Nala in "The Lion King" on Broadway is getting a potentially lifesaving procedure.
Eleven-year-old actress Shannon Tavarez should have been belting out songs in her starring role as Young Nala in Broadway's "The Lion King."
Her mother, Odiney Brown, says she's praying it will work.
Her general physician first thought it was a cold, says her mother, Odiney Brown.