Barack Obama’s Daughter Malia Obama Goes Hollywood; Presidential Daughter Works With Halle Berry For Summer Job

President Barack Obama’s daughter Malia Obama went to Hollywood to work on Halle Berry’s new show “Extant.”

According to the first daughter spent a day last week working as a production assistant to the recent CBS series show of the “Catwoman” actress.  

reported that President Barack Obama’s daughter Malia Obama seemed to enjoy her stint as she was overheard saying, “My first time. This is a big deal.”

President Barack Obama’s daughter Malia Obama assisted in the computer shop alignment and was also allowed to slate a take in Halle Berry’s new show. 

The 15-year-old first daughter who will be celebrating her birthday in time for the fourth of July, has shown interest in filmmaking even before. said a recent New Yorker profile of President Obama claimed that the eldest presidential daughter is an aspiring filmmaker.

The First Lady Michelle Obama had also once shared to magazine the desire of Malia to enter filmmaking.

In 2012, Michelle Obama told the magazine, “Just like her father, she is an avid reader, and she enjoys movies. But she’s a freshman, so she also knows she has years in college to explore her interest.”

At the show’s premiere in Los Angeles Science Center, actress Camryn Manheim confirmed the stint of the presidential daughter, according to the

“I can tell you that’s true. I can tell you that she is graceful, and lovely, and just charming and delightful… she’s pretty remarkable. I mean, they are a remarkable family,” Manheim told

Before Malia Obama’s first job, the first family reportedly stayed in Southern California for several days. It was also reported that the President graced the UC Irvine commencement rites on Saturday.

Halle Berry’s sci-fi drama revolves around an astronaut who returned to Earth pregnant while adjusting and adopting to the environment that she never experienced for a year.

The Academy Awards Best Actress stars alongside Goran Visnjic and Camryn Manheim in her first small-screen role since 2005.

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