Louisette Geiss was once a rising star in the entertainment industry. She’d performed at the Grand Ole Opry, made appearances on hit sitcoms and reached both the apex and proverbial end of her entertainment career in Harvey Weinstein’s hotel room at the Sundance Film Festival in 2008.
A decade later, her star is rising once again, this time in the real estate industry, where she’s the sales vice president at First American Title. At Inman’s Luxury Connect event in Los Angeles, Geiss recalled the incident in Weinstein’s hotel room, the catalysts for her to lead the class action lawsuit against the embattled movie producer and ultimately her second act in the real estate industry.
In conversation with CAR’s Sara Sutachan, watch her incredible discussion at this year’s Luxury Connect in Beverly Hills.