Alix Lapri Talks Fan Theories and ‘Power Book II: Ghost’ Season 3 on The Wayne Ayers Podcast

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Alix Lapri stars as Effie in the final season of Starz’s hit show “Power” and reprised her role in the spinoff series “Power Book II: Ghost” also for Starz. Lapri recently appeared on The Wayne Ayers Podcast to talk about the wild season 2 finale of “Power Book II: Ghost”. While on the podcast she spoke about fan theories for season 3.

Effie has been in the Power Universe for quite some time. Though she and Tariq have become more connected and intimate in Ghost, Effie has known the drug dealer and his best friend Brayden (Gianni Paolo) since high school. In fact, the trio sold drugs together at Choate boarding school, and when the boys tried to shut Effie out, she turned on them, getting expelled and taking over the school’s drug pipeline for herself.

Above all else, Effie has always looked out for herself. Calculating and intense, Power Universe executive producer Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson knew Lapri was right for the role when he met her on the set of Den of Thieves. In fact, he offered her the role on the spot.

Lapri talked about Tariq possibly finding out that Effie had Lauren killed in season 2. In the show we don’t see Effie kill Lauren but on the podcast she might have revealed that Effie actually killed her.

Previously, she was seen in the Gerard Butler film Den of Thieves for STX and was a recurring on “Reed Between The Lines” for BET. She also had roles in ABC's “Red Band Society” and D.J. Caruso's “Standing Up.” Alix is repped by Alan Siegel Entertainment, CESD, and the J Pervis Talent Agency.

On December 7, 2021, Starz greenlit the third season while the second season was kicking off. The release date is still to be announced.

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