Danielle Deadwyler



Danielle Deadwyler Info
Height 5 feet 7 inch
Weight 58 kg
Date of Birth May 3 , 1982
Nationality American
Zodiac Sign Taurus

Danielle Deadwyler, boon in May 03, 1982 is an American actor, writer, theatre artist and producer who is known for her television roles such as playing the role of LaQuita “Quita” Maxwell in the crime drama soap opera The Haves and the Have Nots, as Miranda Carroll in the post-apocalyptic dystopian fiction miniseries Station Eleven, as Nique Green in the mystery drama series Paradise Lost, and as Yoli in the drama series P-Valley. Deadwyler has been a part of various other on-screen projects such as The Harder They Fall, A Cross to BearGifted, Being Mary JaneTill, Jane and Emma, The Leisure SeekerHap and LeonardIt’s TimeGreenleafAtlanta, The Devil to PayIr/Reconcilable, Watchmen, CyburbiaFBI: Most WantedBygone Billy, The YouthSweet, Sweet Country and From Scratch, .





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Born Name Danielle Deadwyler
Nick Name Danielle
Birthday May 3 , 1982
Birth Place Atlanta, Georgia , United States
Nationality American
Ethnicity/Race Black
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Education Columbia University , Danielle Deadwyler , Danielle Deadwyler , Danielle Deadwyler , Danielle Deadwyler
Profession Actress
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Dark Brown
Net worth 6 Million USD

Measurement

Height 5 feet 7 inch (170 cm)
Weight 58 kg (128 lbs)

Facts

  • She is brought up in Southwest Atlanta.
  • Deadwyler made her theatrical debut by playing the role of Animal Shelter Worker in the 2017 drama film Gifted, starring Mckenna Grace, Chris Evans, Jenny Slate, Lindsay Duncan, and Octavia Spencer.
  • In 2019, Deadwyler was cast in the role of Lemon Cassidy in the thriller film The Devil to Pay which won her the award for “Best Actress – Feature Film” at the GenreBlast Film Festival in 2020.
  • In 2021, she appeared in the role of Cuffee (a character inspired by the African-American soldier Cathay Williams who became the first Black woman to enlist in the United States Army and the only documented woman to serve in the United States Army posing as a man during the American Indian Wars) in the Western film The Harder They Fall.
  • For her performance in The Harder They Fall, she received the “The Invisible Woman Award” at the 2021 Women Film Critics Circle Awards. in 2022, she also got nominated for an NAACP Image Award in the “Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture” category.
  • From 2021 - 2022, Deadwyler was cast in the role of Miranda Carroll in the post-apocalyptic dystopian fiction miniseries titled Station Eleven.
  • In 2022, she played the character of educator and activist Mamie Till in the biographical film Till which is based on the life of Mamie Till,