Jodhi May is an American actress, director, and writer who is popularly known for The Witcher (2019-2021), The Gambler (1997), and Sister My Sister (1994). Born on May 8, 1975, Jodhi May hails from London, United Kingdom.
Jodhi was born in 1975. She was born and brought up in London, England, UK. She went to Wadham College, Oxford University 1994-1997. She studied and received a Masters in English. During her time at Wadham she read a lot of literature. She has been acting since she was twelve.
Jodhi had roles in the drama series ‘Emma’, ‘Strike Back’ and ‘The Jury II’. In 2015, May joined the cast of ‘A.D. The Bible Continues’ as Leah, the wife of Caiaphas, and also appeared in the season 5 premiere of HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones.’
The following year, she played Susan Gilbert in ‘A Quiet Passion’, the biographical movie about the life of popular American poet Emily Dickinson. In 2017, she made guest appearances in two episodes of ‘Genius’.
Jodhi May Bio
|Real Name||Jodhi May|
|Date of Birth||8 May 1975|
|Age (in years)||47 Years Old (2022)|
|Birth Place||Camden Town, London United Kingdom|
|Home Town||London, United Kingdom|
|Family||Father : Malcolm McLaren|
Mother : Jocelyn Hakim
|Height||173 cm (in centimeters)|
1.73 m (in meters)
5’8″ (feet in inches)
143 lbs (in pounds)
65 kg (in kilograms)
|Hair Colour||Dark Brown|
|Eye Colour||Dark Brown|
Education Details & Debut
|Schooling||Camden School For Girls, London|
|Debut||Film : A World Apart (1988)|
Television : The Gift (1990)
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Some Lesser Known Facts about Jodhi May
- Has French-Turkish ancestry on her mother’s side
- Made her film debut in the 1998 film A World Apart
- Won a Cannes Film Festival award for Best Actress which she shared with her co-stars Barbara Hershey and Linda Mvusi for their work in A World Apart
- Made her directorial debut with the 2002 short film Spyhole, which she also wrote
- Appeared in a 2002 production of Far Away in Paris which was entirely spoken in French