Lashana Lynch Biography
Lashana Lynch is a British actress born on 27 November 1987 in Hammersmith, London.
She is of Jamaican descent and attended Twyford CofE High School and Arts Educational School drama school in London. While there she was awarded the Laurence Olivier Bursary during her second year at Arts Educational Schools, London in 2009.
Lynch made her film debut in 2012 in Fast Girls and has since appeared in TV shows like Silent Witness and Death in Paradise and was a regular cast member on the short-lived BBC comedy Crims in 2015.
She won accolades for her lead role in the 2015 Chichester Festival Theatre production of Educating Rita and in 2016 was cast as the leading character in the American period drama series Still Star-Crossed.
In 2019, she played Maria Rambeau in Captain Marvel and in 2021 played Nomi, the new 007 agent in No Time to Die.
She also played the role of Rosaline Capulet in the ABC period drama series Still-Star Crossed in 2017.
She won an award of distinction at the 2020 Black Women in Hollywood Awards and in 2022 played an Earth-838 variant of her Captain Marvel character in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.