Tv Actress

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Biography - A Short Wiki

Poet, singer-songwriter, and actress who wrote the play Chewing Gum Dreams, which was soon-after awarded the Alfred Fagon Award. It later became a television series, Chewing Gum, in which she starred in and won the Best Female Comedy Performance in the British Academy Television Awards.

She trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, England.

In 2016 she appeared in several episodes of the E4 series The Aliens and the same year appeared in Netflix’s series Black Mirror. In 2021, she became the first Black woman to win an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special for her work on I May Destroy You.

Family and Personal Life

She and her older sister were raised by her mother.

She appeared alongside Bryce Dallas Howard in the series Black Mirror.

Family Information
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Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts

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More Interesting Facts
Full/Real NameN/A
Gender (Biological)Female
Age (as of today)36 years
Date of BirthOctober 1, 1987
Place of BirthLondon, England
Height1.65 m, 5 feet 4 inches
Weight56.5 kg, 125 lbs
Net Worth / WealthN/A
OccupationTv Actress

Height, Weight, and Age

Michaela Coel's height is pretty average measuring 1.65 m. The tv actress weighs 56.5 kg. As of today, April 18, 2024, Michaela Coel is 36 years old.


"I am really weird."

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"I do like making people feel uncomfortable - it's separating the wheat from the chaff."

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"Socialisation is not optional. It's an inescapable contract, and our birth into the world is our signature of agreement. Norms and ideologies vary from society to society, and most of them weren't formed during our lifetimes but were handed down from one generation to the next."

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"It was only when I went to sixth-form college that I encountered boys."

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"To suggest things may be going on in our brains that we aren't fully conscious of, that we unknowingly make classist, sexist and racist presumptions... Well, there just aren't many comfortable ways to take that. And in the face of discomfort comes the mask of defence."

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