Danusia Samal is an actress who was born in London, England. The actress, Danusia is from a descendent of Kurdish and Polish origin as her parents were immigrants to England before her birth. Other than acting, Danusia also shares her interest in writing and singing and also does voice acting.
|Age||Around 30 Years|
|Height||5ft 6 inches|
Samal spent her childhood outside of England as her parents moved for their job. At first, she was moved to Turkey and then to Yemen, before she turned 10 years of age her parents returned to England. Then, Danusia started school after having to move and no chance to get a proper education.
10 Facts on Danusia Samal
- Since Danusia does not have her own Wikipedia, the information on her date of birth is not available which leads to her unknown age today.
- The actress stands at the height of 5ft 6 inches with no other body measurement records available. Danusia has long dark brown hair with brown eyes and a slim body.
- Samal has no information on her early education and high school but the details of the acting school she has joined and graduated are available.
- The actress trained at the BRIT School for Performing Arts and the Central School of Speech and Drama improving her skills and making herself professionally ready for the job.
- According to the bio, Danusia Samal has worked at numerous prestigious UK theatres which include the Royal Shakespeare Company, The Royal Court, Shakespeare’s Globe, Soho Theatre, and Manchester Exchange.
- Samal has worked in the tv series Tyrant aired on FOX21 where she played the role of Ru’A and as Lady Svenska in tv series, The Great, aired on The Hulu.
- The actress worked in the movie, Ghost in the Shell, as Ladriya with many great actors such as Scarlett Johansson, Pilou Asbaek, and Takeshi Kitano.
- As Samal has no wiki, the information about the salary and net worth of the actress is not known.
- The actress ahs an Instagram account with 966 followers and username danusiasamal. The information on her partner is no available.
- Danusia Samal’s writing includes Out of Sorts, Decolonising History, Busking It, and Conconditionally and she also performs her songs as well.