Cleopatra Coleman is an Australian actress known for her work on television shows such as Silversun, Neighbors and The Last Man on Earth. She can be seen in Jim Mickle's political thriller, In the Shadow of the Moon.
Anniversary / Date of birth
Cleopatra Coleman was born on October 29, 1987 in Byron Bay, New South Wales, Australia.
She is currently 30 years old.
Sign of the sun
She is of Scottish and Jamaican descent.
Its educational information is not available.
- Father – Mick Coleman (musician, screenwriter, director)
- Mother – Turquoise Coleman (Costume Designer, Entrepreneur and Belly Dance Teacher)
- Brothers and sisters – No
Cleopatra Coleman prefers to keep her private life under cover and has never revealed anything about her private life or her tabloid love life in public.
- In feet – 5 feet 6 inches
- In centimeters – 168 cm
- In meters – 1.68 meters
- In kilograms – 58 kg
- In pounds – 128 lbs
The size of the dress
Beginning of the film
Coleman made his debut with the movie "Step Up Revolution" in 2012 as DJ Penelope. In 2016, she appeared in the original Netflix movie, "Take the 10" for her role as Sahara.
Beginning of television
Coleman made her debut in the Australian science fiction soap opera Silversun, where she performed as Zandie Brokow. Produced by ABC, she appeared in all 40 episodes of the series in 2004.
His portrait of DJ Penelope in Accelerate the revolution (also known as Step Up 4: Miami Heat) and Erica on the American series The Last Man on Earth.
Cleopatra Coleman Favorites
His favorite things are unknown.
Cleopatra Coleman Net worth
The net worth of Cleopatra is estimated at $ 500,000.
Social media Profiles
Cleopatra Coleman Facts
She was raised in an alternative community in Byron Bay, New South Wales.
Inspired by her mother, she learned ballet at a very young age and participated in several dance competitions. She reached the final of the National Dance Championships, but she could not win.
At age 14, she moved to Melbourne with her family, where her modeling career began, and a few months after she arrived, she won one of the lead roles in the Silversun science fiction children's television series.
At 18, she had the privilege of playing with the esteemed Red Stitch Theater Company in their first Australian premiere of a controversial British play, Simon Stephen's Motortown, which earned her very positive reviews.
She has been invited to numerous television shows such as Blue Heelers (2004), Attack of the Sabretooth (2005), Holly's Heroes (2005), Rush (2010) and others.
In addition to her acting career, she has played in music videos such as "You Never Never Love Again" by Nervo, "Change Your Life" by Far East Movement and "Runaway (U & I)" by Galantis.