• Jessica Sula is a 24-year-old British actress.
• She is of mixed race, with Afro-Trinidadian and Chinese ancestry from her mother, and German and Estonian heritage from her father.
• She is 5ft 4 ½ (163.8 cm) tall and has an estimated net worth of close to $1 million.
• Her acting career began in 2011 with the TV series “Skins” and has since starred in many cinematic and television projects, including “Split”, “The Lovers”, “Godless” and “Scream: The TV Series”.
• Her movies “All the Little Things We Kill” and “College” are scheduled for release in late 2019.
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Who is Jessica Sula? Wiki and Age
Jessica Sula was born on 3 May 1994 in Swansea, Wales, UK, she is 24 years old (zodiac is Pisces). Sula, whose nationality is British, is best known as an actress, and in that field she has worked on projects such as “Split” and “The Lovers”. Being successful in her profession, Sula was able to gain recognition and her own place in the spotlight, but some questions about her early life, personal details and relationship status have been posed, as people are interested in those aspects, and we’ll talk about them in this article.
Close to $1 million.
Ethnicity and Background
Jessica is of mixed race, and has naturally dark and curly hair and brown eyes, which suits her complexion. She is the daughter of Shurla Blades, of Afro-Trinidadian and Chinese ancestry, and Steven Sula, of German and Estonian heritage. Jessica spent her formative years in Gorseinon in Wales, where she studied Spanish, French and Drama at Gorseinon College.
Sula has Twitter and Instagram accounts and is followed by more than 32,000 people on the former and over 120,000 on the latter. However, at some point, she decided to lock her Twitter accounts, and her posts can only be seen by approved people. Sula is 5ft 4 ½ (163.8 cm) tall.
She posted a photo of herself and her friend and fellow actress Tessie, with whom she worked on “The Skins”. This led many to believe that she series might be coming back, since that’s what a lot of fans have been wanting. Sula enjoys travelling and often shares photos from her trips and vacations and sometimes posts photos of her family.
She hasn’t posted any photos of her potential love, which lead many to believe that she’s single.
Jessica made her debut in 2011, when she landed the role of Grace Violet in “Skins”, a critically acclaimed and beloved British TV series that focuses on the lives and problems of teenagers. The series was praised due to its originality and raw portrayal of growing up, sexuality and drug use. Working on it for a year, she had a chance to collaborate with people such as Kaya Scodelario, Hannah Murray, Nicholas Hoult and Joe Dempsie.
After that, she worked on cinematic and TV projects such as “Love & Marriage”, “Honeytrap” and “Eye Candy”, then in 2016, Sula played Maddie Graham in 10 episodes of “Recovery Road”, and in the same year she was a guest star in an episode of “Lucifer”. Having a lot on her plate, in the same year, she was cast as Marcia in “Split” – the movie follows the story of three girls kidnapped by a man with 23 split personalities, and who must escape before the 24th arrives, which received a generally positive response, and was rewarded with nine awards such as CinEuphoria, Fright Meter Award and Golden Trailer for Best Thriller Poster.
Continuing with her meteoric rise to fame, Jessica played Erin in “The Lovers” in 2017, and in the same year appeared in “Godless”. As of the most recent past, she played the role of Liv in “Scream: The TV Series”, a television adaptation of the “Scream” franchise. Besides that, her movies, “All the Little Things We Kill” and “College” have been completed, and are scheduled for released late in 2019.
|Full Name||Jessica Sula|
|Movies||The Lovers, Split, Honeytrap|
|Godless||2017||TV Series filming||Louise Hobbs|
|Scream: The TV Series||2018||TV Series||Liz|
|Recovery Road||2016||TV Series||Maddie Graham|
|Eye Candy||2015||TV Series|
|Love & Marriage||2013||TV Series||Scarlett Quilter|
|Skins||2011-2012||TV Series||Grace Violet|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia