Lashana Lynch Is Breaking Boundaries And Making History As First Black Female 007

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Lashana Lynch’s star is rising fast. With the recent confirmation of her role as Agent 007, she will make history as the first black, female M16 agent to star in the Bond series.

Lashana Rasheda Lynch is a British actress. She is best known for playing the role of Rosaline Capulet in the ABC period drama series Still Star-Crossed and fighter pilot Maria Rambeau in Captain Marvel.
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Lashana Rasheda Lynch was born in Hammersmith, London on 27 November 1987. However, her ancestry traces back to Jamaica – the birth place of her grandparents.

 Incidentally, Bond 25 will is set in Jamaica, where Daniel Craig’s Bond has retired.

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“To be here knowing that we’re representing my culture in a franchise that’s been running for so long blows my mind, but I feel proud that we’re able to employ such beautiful people in Jamaica, and include them in this British movie,” Lashana said in the introductory interview for Bond 25. “We’re able to mesh the two cultures much like I grew up doing – I’m British and Jamaican at the same time, and now I get to show that on screen.”

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