Antonia Thomas Biography
(British Actress and Singer Best Known for Her Roles as ‘Alisha Daniels’ in the TV Series ‘Misfits’)
Birthday: November 3, 1986 (Scorpio)
Born In: London, England
Antonia Thomas is an English actor, best known for her work in the popular TV series ‘Misfits,’ ‘The Good Doctor,’ and ‘Lovesick.’ The talented actor was discovered even before graduating. She was cast in her first TV series a day after graduating theater school. After exploring the limited acting options in Britain, Thomas moved to the US to pursue more opportunities when she was called to audition for the role of ‘Dr. Claire Brown’ in ‘The Good Doctor.’ Despite having to switch to an American accent when acting, she earned tremendous popularity. One of her latest works has been her collaboration with her ‘The Good Doctor’ co-star, Chuku Modu for the short film ‘Freedom’s Name is Mighty Sweet.’ It revolves around an African–American couple who decide to travel from the “Deep South” to the Yukon wilderness despite the lead character’s pregnancy. In an interview with a journalist, she also claimed to want make an adaptation based on the life of her mother, a woman of color who moved from Jamaica to the UK in the 1960s and worked her way up from being a nurse to the head of psychology at a renowned hospital.