July 2004
Jet;7/12/2004, Vol. 106 Issue 2, p33
This is an article that reports that actress Marla Gibbs has joined the cast of the soap opera "Passions." Actress Marla Gibbs, who starred on the sitcom "227," is a new cast member of the NBC daytime soap, "Passions." Relaxing here with Amelia Marshall, who plays Liz Sanbourne, Gibbs stars as Irma Johnson, the aunt of Liz and Eve (played by Tracey Ross). Meet Aunt Irma...who gives' em hell at her assisted living residence... and goes ballistic at the mention of Eve's name.


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