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Susie Wokoma

British actress, born 1987

Susie Wokoma is ...


Born 31 December 1987 in Southwark
Age 35 years, 3 months

Sex or gender female
Country of citizenship United Kingdom
Sibling Emi Wokoma
Occupation actor and film actor
Nickname Susie
Twitter username susan_wokoman
Instagram username susiewoosie12
Educated at Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and St Saviour's and St Olave's Church of England School

About Susie Wokoma

Susie Wokoma: The Rising Star of British Television

Susie Wokoma was born on December 31, 1987, in South London, England. She grew up in a Nigerian household and was raised by her mother, who worked as a nurse. Wokoma attended the BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology, where she honed her acting skills.

Wokoma's breakthrough role came in 2015 when she starred in the Channel 4 comedy-drama series "Chewing Gum" as Cynthia. The show, created by Michaela Coel, was a critical and commercial success, and Wokoma's performance was praised for its humor and heart.

Since then, Wokoma has appeared in a variety of television shows, including "Crazyhead," "Year of the Rabbit," and "Death in Paradise." She has also worked in theater, starring in productions such as "Three Birds" and "The Taming of the Shrew."

In 2020, Wokoma starred in the BBC Three series "Inside No. 9" in the episode "Misdirection." Her performance was once again praised, with critics calling her "mesmerizing" and "a revelation."

Wokoma's talent and versatility have made her one of the rising stars of British television. She has been recognized for her work with nominations for the BAFTA Breakthrough Brits and the Screen International Stars of Tomorrow.

Off-screen, Wokoma is known for her activism and advocacy work. She has spoken out about issues such as diversity and representation in the entertainment industry and has worked with organizations such as Act for Change and the Black Ticket Project.

With her talent, passion, and commitment to social justice, Susie Wokoma is a force to be reckoned with in the world of entertainment.


- "Susie Wokoma: 'I'm not just a token black person on TV'" - The Guardian

- "Susie Wokoma: 'I want to be part of the change'" - The Independent

- "Susie Wokoma: 'I'm still figuring out how to be a good ally'" - BBC News

- "Susie Wokoma: 'I'm not just a diversity hire'" - The Times

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