Thandie Newton Age Height Net Worth

Thandie Newton

Thandie Newton — Fast Wiki Facts
Famous asActor
BirthdayNovember 6, 1972
BirthplaceLondon, England
Age51 years old
Zodiac SignScorpio
Heightapprox. 5 ft 2 in (160 cm)
Net Worth$14 Million


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Thandie was born born 6 November 1972 in London, UK. She has English and Zimbabwean ancestry. She studied social anthropology at Downing College, Cambridge. Newton is married to Ol Parker since 1998. They have three kids. She’s a vegetarian and was voted the Sexiest Vegan of 2014 in the UK by PETA. Thandie played in Mission: Impossible II, The Chronicles of Riddick, and ER.

Thandie has always been in the limelight due to her personal life. She married Ol Parker, the English writer, and director. They have two daughters named Ripley and Nico and a son Brooker Jombe. In 2006 she contributed a foreword to We Wish -Hopes And Dreams Of Cornwall’s children.

Looking good: Thandie Newton is alluring in front of the camera. The successful actor has many admirers.

Quotes by Thandie Newton

"Before I was pregnant, I drank fresh beetroot juice every day, which is anti-inflammatory. I couldn't live without my juicer."

Thandie Newton

"Often, when you go to the movies or the theatre, you think, Jesus Christ, everybody is white. But my daughter goes to an amazing dance school called Ballet Black, and they have every colour: dark, white, mixed. It looks like the future to me."

Thandie Newton

"In the morning, I never cleanse. I just splash my face with water and pat it dry. I honestly think that the human body is a clever thing and that the natural oils my skin produces are best for it. Then I apply a dab of rouge, and I'm off."

Thandie Newton

"We're all the same, and we all want the same thing. We all want to be secure. We all want food on the table. We want to know that our kids aren't going to be destroyed when they're not with us. We all want the same things, and if we've been hurt in our childhoods, we try and recreate the same hurt."

Thandie Newton

"Tell a story with your eyes when you face the camera - it makes all the difference. My best tip for making skin look good in photographs is to go easy on the make-up. You don't want it to look heavy and mask-like."

Thandie Newton

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