“Law & Order: Organized Crime” star Danielle Moné Truitt is a taking a look back at her family in her 10 Year Challenge post.
It’s the beginning of the year, which means that the 10 Year Challenge is back. This social media challenge asks users to post two pictures side-by-side. One picture is from the present day, while the other is from a decade ago. Celebrities are taking part in the fun trend, including “Law & Order: Organized Crime” star Danielle Moné Truitt.
The actress shares two adorable pictures with her fans. The first image captures Truitt from 10 years ago, holding her firstborn son. The second picture shows Truitt today, as a mother of two. It is an adorable sight to see.
Including many heart emojis, the “Law & Order: Organized Crime” actress looks just as happy now as she was 10 years ago. Fans are in love with her take on the 10 Year Challenge.
“Still gorgeous with a great smile,” one fan writes.
“You haven’t aged 😮” another says with a shocked emoji.
We hope that the Truitt family is having a wonderful 2022 so far.
Danielle Moné Truitt on Her Role
“It really feels like such a huge blessing in my life, it’s definitely not something I saw coming,” she says. “There’s no book you can read, there’s no map to get to a certain place…you just gotta have a lot of faith.”
Truitt goes on to explain the ups and downs of being an actress.
“It’s been a lot of closed doors on my journey, but the right doors opened and I’m happy this was one of them.”
Danielle Moné Truitt is an actress making history on “Law & Order: Organized Crime.” As one of the first major roles to be African American on the series, it is something she is proud to be a part of.
“It just feels good to be a part of something, you know, where you see a lot of different people of color and sexual orientations being represented.”
About Sergeant Ayanna Bell
Sergeant Ayanna Bell is a character with a lot of layers. Truitt enjoys playing such a complex role.
“There’s so much more to her than just being a sergeant, you know? She’s a sergeant but she’s also a sister to who needs a sister, she’s a mama to who needs a mama!”
Tune into “Law & Order: Organized Crime” on Thursday nights at 10 p.m. EST on NBC.