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Gugu Mbatha-Raw is a British actress. Mbatha-Raw’s breakout role came in 2013’s “Belle,” where she played the titular character, a mixed-race woman who becomes a symbol of hope for abolitionists in 18th-century England. Her nuanced and emotional portrayal of Belle earned her widespread acclaim and firmly established her as a rising star.

Since then, Mbatha-Raw has continued to impress with a string of notable roles. In the critically acclaimed “Beyond the Lights” (2014), she played Noni Jean, a rising pop star grappling with the pressures of fame. She also starred in “Miss Sloane” (2016), a political thriller about a ruthless lobbyist, and “The Cloverfield Paradox” (2018), a sci-fi horror film. Most recently, she appeared in the Disney+ series “Loki” (2021) as the character Ravonna Renslayer, a judge in the Time Variance Authority.

One of the milestones in Mbatha-Raw’s career came in 2016, when she starred in the Broadway production of “A Doll’s House, Part 2.” The play was a sequel to Henrik Ibsen’s classic drama “A Doll’s House,” and Mbatha-Raw received critical acclaim for her performance as Emmy, the daughter of the original play’s protagonist. Her work in the production earned her a Tony Award nomination for Best Featured Actress in a Play.

Mbatha-Raw has also worked with an impressive array of talented artists and celebrities. In “Concussion” (2015), she starred alongside Will Smith, playing the wife of a doctor who discovers the dangers of concussions in football players. In “Beauty and the Beast” (2017), she played Plumette, the feather duster, in a star-studded cast that included Emma Watson and Dan Stevens. Mbatha-Raw has also worked with esteemed directors such as J.J. Abrams, in “The Cloverfield Paradox,” and Ava DuVernay, in the television series “The Morning Show” (2019).

Mbatha-Raw’s talent, versatility, and dedication to her craft have earned her numerous awards and nominations throughout her career. In addition to her Tony nomination, she has received a British Independent Film Award for Best Actress for “Belle” and a Black Reel Award for Best Actress for “Beyond the Lights.” She has also been nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award and a NAACP Image Award for her work in “Concussion.”