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Michaela Coel
Mmádu
ụdịekerenwanyị Dezie
mba o sịObodoézè Nà Ofú Dezie
Aha ọmụmụMichaela-Moses Ewuraba O Boakye-Collinson Dezie
Aha enyereMichaela Dezie
aha ezinụlọ yaCoel Dezie
ụbọchị ọmụmụ ya1 Ọktoba 1987 Dezie
Ebe ọmụmụAldgate Dezie
asụsụ ọ na-asụ, na-ede ma ọ bụ were na-ebinye akaBekee Dezie
ụdị ọrụ yaacting, dramaturgy Dezie
ebe agụmakwụkwọGuildhall School of Music and Drama Dezie
Ebe obibiEast London Dezie
oge ọrụ ya (mmalite)2013 Dezie
ngwa egwuolu egwụ Dezie
Ọrụ ama amaI May Destroy You Dezie
Ihe nriteBritish Academy Television Award for Best Female Comedy Performance, OkayAfrica 100 Women Dezie

Michaela Ewuraba Boakye-Collinson (a mụrụ na 1 Ọktoba 1987), nke a maara dịka Michaela Coel, bụ onye Britain na-eme ihe nkiri, onye na-ede ihe nkiri, onye nduzi, onye na-emepụta ihe na onye na-agụ egwu.[1][2] A maara ya nke ọma maka ịmepụta ma gosipụta na E4 sitcom Chewing Gum (2015–2017), nke o ritere BAFTA Award for Best Female Comedy Performance; na BBC One / HBO comedy-drama series I May Destroy You (2020) nke o ritere British Academy Television Award for Best Actress n'afọ 2021.[3][4] Maka ọrụ ya na nke ikpeazụ, Coel mere akụkọ ihe mere eme dịka nwanyị ojii mbụ meriri Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special na 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards.[5]

A makwaara Coel maka ọrụ ya na ihe ndị ọzọ Netflix, gụnyere ndị ọbịa na usoro Black Mirror (2016–2017), nke gosipụtara dịka Kate Ashby na usoro Black Earth Rising (2018) na dịka Simone na ihe nkiri Been So Long (2018).

Mmalite ndụ[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

A mụrụ Michaela Ewuraba Boakye-Collinson na East London.[6][7][1] Nne na nna ya bụ ndị Ghana.[8] Ya na nwanne ya nwanyị tolitere na East London, ọkachasị Hackney na Tower Hamlets, ya na nne ha.[1][9][10] Ọ gara ụlọ akwụkwọ Katọlik na East London, ma kwuo na, n'oge ụlọ akwụkwọ praịmarị, ọ na-emegbu ụmụ akwụkwọ ndị ọzọ, na-ekwu na ọ bụ n'ihi ịnọpụ iche ya dịka naanị nwa akwụkwọ ojii n'afọ ndụ ya.[8] Nkewa ahụ anọgideghị na agụmakwụkwọ sekọndrị ya na ụlọ akwụkwọ zuru oke.[6]

Site n'afọ 2007 ruo afọ 2009, Coel gara Mahadum nke Birmingham, na-amụ English Literature na Theology.[11] O were Ché Walker masterclass mgbe ọ zutere Walker n'abalị igwe okwu.[12] N'afọ 2009, ọ gafere na Guildhall School of Music and Drama, ebe ọ bụ nwanyị ojii mbụ debanyere aha na afọ ise.[10] O ritere ihe nrite Laurence Olivier Bursary, nke nyeere ya aka ịkwụ ụgwọ ụlọ akwụkwọ ya.[13] N'oge ya na Guildhall, Coel gara nzukọ Mark Proulx na Prima del Teatro ma were Kat Francois Poetry Course na Theatre Royal Stratford East.[11] Ọ gụsịrị akwụkwọ na Guildhall School of Music and Drama n'afọ 2012.[14]

Ọrụ[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Mmalite[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

N'afọ 2006, Coel malitere ime ihe nkiri na uri na Ealing.[15] Ka ọ na-aga n'ihu na-eme mics na-emeghe, onye na-eme ihe nkiri, onye na-ede egwuregwu na onye nduzi Ché Walker gbara ya ume, onye hụrụ ya ka ọ na-eme ihe nkiri na Hackney Empire, itinye akwụkwọ na Guildhall.[6][10] Dịka onye na-ede uri, Coel rụrụ ọtụtụ ihe nkiri gụnyere Wembley Arena, Bush Theatre, Nuyorican Poets Cafe na De Doelen, Rotterdam. Aha ya bụ Michaela The Poet.[7]

Coel sonyeere Talawa Theatre Company summer school program TYPT n'afọ 2009.[16][17] N'oge ọ nọ na Talawa, Coel nọ na mmepụta TYPT 2009 nke Krunch, nke Amani Naphtali duziri.[18] N'otu afọ ahụ, Coel wepụtara abọm akpọrọ Fixing Barbie, nke gosipụtara ọrụ ya dịka onye na-ede uri na onye egwu.[19] N'afọ 2011, Coel wepụtara ndekọ We're the Losers .[20]

Egwuregwu Coel bụ Chewing Gum Dreams bụ ọrụ ngụsị akwụkwọ ya na Guildhall n'afọ 2012. E bu ụzọ mepụta ya na The Yard Theatre na Hackney Wick .[21] Egwuregwu ahụ gosipụtara Coel na ihe ngosi otu nwanyị na-akọ akụkọ dị egwu nke nwa agbọghọ dị afọ iri na anọ aha ya bụ Tracey.[10] Egwuregwu ahụ wee gaa n'ihu na Bush Theatre (afọ 2012), Royal Theatre Holland (afọ 2012), Royal Exchange Theatre (afọ 2013) na National Theatre (afọ 2014).[2] Ọ natara nyocha dị mma.[22][23]

Ndụ onwe[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

N'afọ 2016 BAFTA Awards, Coel yi uwe, nke nne ya mere, nke e ji ákwà Kente mee.[24] O kwuru na, dịka onye na-eme ihe nkiri Chewing Gum ya bụ Tracey, ọ ghọrọ onye okpukpe n'okwukwe Pentikọstal ma nabata alụkwaghịm.[10] Coel kwụsịrị ime Pentikọstal mgbe ọ gara Guildhall.[6] Ọ na-akọwa dịka aromantic.[25]

Ihe nkiri[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Ihe nkiri[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Afọ Aha Ọrụ Ihe edeturu
2014 National Theatre Live: Medea Nọọsụ
2014 Monsters: Dark Continent Kelly
2017 Star Wars: The Last Jedi Onye Nlekọta Nguzogide
2018 Ogologo Oge Simone
2022 Black Panther: Wakanda Forever TBA Mmepụta post-mmepụta

Television[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Afọ Aha Ọrụ Ihe edeturu
2013 Top Boy Kayla Ihe omume abụọ
2013 Iwu na Iwu: UK Nwa agbọghọ Episode: "Paternal"
2015 London Spy Onye nta akụkọ Nkebi: "Ndị ọbịa"
2015–2017 Igbu Gum Tracey Gordon Ọrụ bụ isi; onye okike, onye edemede, onye mmepụta na onye na-ede egwu
2016 Ndị Ọbịa Lilyhot Ọrụ bụ isi
2016 Black Mirror Onye na-elekọta ụgbọelu Episode: "Nosedive"
2017 Black Mirror Shania Lowry Episode: "USS Callister"
2018 Black Earth Rising Kate Ashby Ọrụ bụ isi
2019 RuPaul's Drag Race UK Onye ọka ikpe ọbịa Episode: "Family That Drags Together"
2020 Enwere m ike ibibi gị Arabella Essiedu Ọrụ bụ isi; onye okike, onye edemede, onye nduzi na onye mmepụta

Nkwago[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Afọ Aha Ọrụ Ebe
2013 Nnụnụ Atọ Tiana Ụlọ ihe nkiri Bush
Ebe obibi[26] Nne na-eto eto / Portugal Royal National Theatre
Chewing Gum Dreams Tracey Gordon Ụlọ ihe nkiri Royal Exchange
2014 Ahịrị ndị na-adịghị mma[27] Michaela Royal National Theatre
Home (Revival) Nne na-eto eto / Portugal Royal National Theatre
Chewing Gum Dreams Tracey Gordon Royal National Theatre
Medea[8] Nọọsụ Royal National Theatre

Discography[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

EP

LPs

  • Idozi Barbie (2009)[28]
  • Anyị bụ ndị furu efu (2011)[7]

Ihe nrite na nhọpụta[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Afọ Njikọ Category Onye a họpụtara Nsonaazụ Ref.
2008 Ụlọ ihe nkiri Royal Stratford East Poetry Slam Ya onwe ya Merie
2009 Merie
2010 Merie
Ihe ngosi na-enweghị eriri uri / egwu Merie
2011 Laurence Olivier Award Onyinye Bursary Merie [13]
2012 Onyinye Alfred Fagon Onye na-ede egwuregwu kacha mma nke Africa ma ọ bụ Caribbean Descent Chewing Gum Dreams Merie [29]
2016 British Academy Television Award Best Female Comedy Performance Igbu Gum Merie [3][4]
Best Scripted Comedy Ahọpụtara [30]
Ọganihu Talent Merie [31]
Onyinye Mmemme RTA Ọganihu Merie [32][33]
Ihe nkiri Comedy Merie
Onye edemede - Comedy Ahọpụtara
South Bank Sky Arts Award Times Breakthrough Award Ya onwe ya Ahọpụtara [34]
2017 Black Reel Television Award Usoro ihe nkiri kachasị mma Igbu Gum Ahọpụtara [35]
Onye na-eme ihe nkiri kachasị mma, Comedy Series Ahọpụtara
Ihe odide kachasị mma, usoro ihe nkiri Ahọpụtara
2018 Berlin International Film Festival Award EFP Shooting Star Ya onwe ya Merie [36]
British Academy Television Award Best Scripted Comedy Igbu Gum Ahọpụtara [37]
Black Reel Television Award Onye na-akwado ihe nkiri kachasị mma, TV Movie / Limited Series Black Mirror Ahọpụtara [38]
British Independent Film Award Onye Ọhụrụ Na-ekwe nkwa Ogologo Oge Ahọpụtara [39]
2019 Black Reel Television Award Onye na-eme ihe nkiri kachasị mma, TV Movie / Limited Series Black Earth Rising Ahọpụtara [40]
2021 British Academy Television Awards Best Mini-Series Enwere m ike ibibi gị Merie [41]
Onye na-eme ihe nkiri kacha mma Merie
Onye nduzi kachasị mma: Akụkọ ifo Merie
Onye edemede kacha mma: Drama Merie
Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Limited Series Ahọpụtara
Onye na-eme ihe nkiri kachasị mma na obere usoro Ahọpụtara
Independent Spirit Awards Best New Scripted Series Merie
Best Ensemble Cast Merie
MTV Movie & TV Awards Ọrụ kacha mma n'ihe ngosi Ahọpụtara
NAACP Image Awards Onye na-eme ihe nkiri kachasị mma na ihe nkiri telivishọn, obere usoro ma ọ bụ ihe nkiri pụrụ iche Ahọpụtara
Nduzi kachasị mma na usoro ihe nkiri Merie
Primetime Emmy Awards Obere Limited ma ọ bụ Anthology Series Ahọpụtara
Onye na-eme ihe nkiri kachasị mma na obere usoro ma ọ bụ ihe nkiri Ahọpụtara
Edemede pụtara ìhè maka obere usoro, ihe nkiri, ma ọ bụ ihe nkiri pụrụ iche Merie
Nduzi pụtara ìhè maka obere usoro, ihe nkiri, ma ọ bụ ihe nkiri pụrụ iche Ahọpụtara
Ndị Mmepụta Guild of America Awards Onye Mmepụta Pụrụ Iche nke Limited Series Television Ahọpụtara
Screen Actors Guild Awards Ọrụ kachasị mma nke nwanyị na-eme ihe nkiri na Miniseries ma ọ bụ Television Movie Ahọpụtara
Television Critics Association Awards Nrụpụta nke onye ọ bụla na Drama Merie
Broadcasting Press Guild Awards Best Drama Series Merie
Onye na-eme ihe nkiri kacha mma Merie
Onye edemede kacha mma Merie

Ọrụ na mbipụta[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

Edemsibịa[dezie | dezie ebe o si]

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