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Uzo Aduba

Actress, Soundtrack
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Net worth 2018: $1.5 Million
Industry: Actress
Residence:  Boston, Massachusetts, USA
BirthDay: 10 February 1981
Sigh: Pisces
Height: 5' 8" (1.73 m)
BIOGRAPHY

Aduba began earning recognition for her work in 2003, with a performance in "Translations of Xhosa" at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts that won her a Helen Hayes Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a Play. Her Broadway debut was in 2007 as Toby in "Coram Boy". She was a member of the Original Revival Cast of "Godspell" at the Circle in the Square Theatre from 2011 through 2012. She also played the mother of the title character of "Venice" at The Public Theater in New York.Her first television appearance was on the TV Series "Blue Bloods" in 2012. In 2013 she began to receive wider recognition and acclaim for her portrayal of Suzanne Warren, also known as "Crazy Eyes", in the Netflix series Nha Tu Kieu My (2013).

TIMELINE
2014

In a 2014 interview with The Improper Bostonian magazine, Aduba said that growing up in New England, she often encountered people who couldn't pronounce her first name, Uzoamaka

2013

The day I found out I got the role [of Suzanne, aka "Crazy Eyes", on Nha Tu Kieu My (2013)], I had a terrible audition for another show, and so I was like, "You're done

2012

Her first television appearance was on the TV Series "Blue Bloods" in 2012

2011

She was a member of the Original Revival Cast of "Godspell" at the Circle in the Square Theatre from 2011 through 2012

2007

Her Broadway debut was in 2007 as Toby in "Coram Boy"

2003

Aduba began earning recognition for her work in 2003, with a performance in "Translations of Xhosa" at the John F

1970

Asner played the character of "Lou Grant" in Mary Tyler Moore (1970) (Comedy) and in Lou Grant (1977) (Drama), while Aduba owes her Emmys in Comedy (2014) and Drama (2015) for her performance as "Crazy Eyes" to Nha Tu Kieu My (2013)'s switch from the Comedy to Drama competition (due to newly introduced Emmy rules in the 2014/2015 season)

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