Jenna Coleman Biography
Birthday: April 27, 1986 (Taurus)
Born In: Blackpool, Lancashire, England
Jenna-Louise Coleman is a popular British actor, well known for her portrayal of ‘Clara Oswald’ in the television series ‘Doctor Who.’ She began acting at a young age as a member of ‘Yer Space,’ a theatre company, where she was part of the play ‘Crystal Clear’ at ‘Edinburgh Festival.’ The play received acclaim and Coleman received an award for her performance. Coleman got her first big break when she landed the role of ‘Jasmine Thomas’ in the soap opera ‘Emmerdale’ in 2005. She continued appearing in the show until its end in 2009. She received a nomination at the 2006 ‘National Television Awards’ for ‘Most Popular Newcomer’ for her portrayal of ‘Jasmine Thomas.’ Coleman made her film debut in 2011 when she played ‘Connie’ in ‘Captain America: The First Avenger.’ Her biggest opportunity to display her versatility as an actress came in 2016 when she was offered to essay the role of erstwhile British Monarch Queen Victoria in the ITV series ‘Victoria.’ From playing a schoolgirl named ‘Lindsay James’ in the BBC drama ‘Waterloo Road’ to playing an empress in ‘Victoria,’ Coleman has come a long way in proving her mettle as a fine actor.