Nigerian-British Actor Susan Wokoma Joins Star-Studded Cast In 'Enola Holmes' Adaptation
Susan Wokoma has been making serious career moves this year.
2019 is the year of Susan Wokoma. The Nigerian-British actor and BAFTA Breakthrough Brit has had huge opportunities lined up for her after viewers took note of her talent on Chewing Gum.
A lovely cat out of a rather lovely bag! #EnolaHolmes 🕵🏻♀️ https://t.co/956046WKAd— Susan Wokoma (@Susan Wokoma) 1562088239.0
Wokoma is set to join the stacked cast in a film adaptation based on Nancy Springer's series, The Enola Holmes Mysteries, Deadline reports. The books chronicle the ventures of Sherlock and MycroftHolmes' younger sister, Enola—who's characterized to be just as much of a talented detective as her older siblings.
Directed by Harry Bradbeer, written by Jack Thorne and produced by Legendary, Wokoma will be working with Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, Helena Bonham Carter, Sam Claflin, Fiona Shaw and Adeel Akhtar.
Wokoma also has more exciting projects in the works: she's currently writing her feature film debt, Three Weeks—a rom-com about abortion—as well as becoming a series regular in CBS' new comedy pilot, Super Simple Love Story.
She continues to be one to watch and we're here for it.