The 30-year old who hails originally from Pietermaritzburg in Kwazulu-Natal but who is currently based and doing the foremost in Hollywood has been recognized for her role, Cora Randall in The Underground Railroad series which was produced and directed by Barry Jenkins.
She won the tv break out star award at the inaugural Hollywood Critic’s Association awards last night, the star took to social media to share the good news with her fans and was thankful for the special recognition of her acting skills.
“The Underground Railroad has been an amazing journey from start to finish. I could not have asked for a better introduction to storytelling on this side of the world. I am truly honoured, Truly. Thank you to every single person who has walked this journey with me. You’re loved by me. Forever,” she wrote.
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