Jenna Coleman Net Worth 2020, Early life, Career, and Achievements.
Jenna Coleman – Jenna-Louise Coleman is an English actress born on 27th April 1986. Her acting career began at an early age while she was a member of a theatre company In Yer Space where she performed in the play Crystal Clear and won an award as well.
In 2005, Jenna auditioned for drama schools and became selected for the drama Emmerdale. Her performance in this play received critical acclaim and she was nominated for the Most Popular Newcomer.
Coleman was conceived in Blackpool, Lancashire, the little girl of Karen Coleman and Keith Coleman. She has a more established sibling named Ben. She went to Arnold School, where she was head young lady. She has expressed that she laments not having a customary college experience.
While at school, Coleman was an individual from the auditorium organization In Yer Space, with which she acted in the play Crystal Clear at the Edinburgh Festival. She won an honor for her performance, and the play was likewise gotten well.
In a meeting with The Radio Times in 2015, she uncovered that her grandma had named her Jenna after the character of Jenna Wade played by Priscilla Beaulieu Presley during the 80s American TV drama series Dallas.
Height and Weight
- Height in Feet: 5′ 2″
- Height in Centimeters: 157 cm
- Weight in Kilogram: 50 kg
- Weight in Pounds: 110 pounds
Career and Achievements
Coleman joined Waterloo Road, BBC school-based drama series, in May 2009, where she played a role of hard girl Lindsay James. Coleman played Susan Brown in Room at the Top, a BBC Four television adaptation of the John Braine novel in December 2010.
Coleman made her feature film debut in Captain America: The First Avenger in 2011. Coleman appeared as Rosie in Stephen Poliakoff’s original drama series, Dancing on the Edge in 2012, and as Lydia Wickham in the adaptation of Death Comes to Pemberley in 2013.
Coleman appeared as a companion to the Eleventh and Twelfth Doctors in the science fiction series Doctor Who(2012-2015, 2017).
Coleman starred in ITV’s eight-part drama following the reign of the British monarch and Empress of India, Queen Victoria in 2016. Coleman admired the Victorian monarch. The third season of Victoria will premier in January 2021.