Javicia Leslie Wiki – Biography
Javicia Leslie (born Javicia Leslie Walker) is a German-American actress. She is best known for her breakout series regular role on CBS’ drama, “God Friended Me.” She also appeared in the BET series “The Family Business” and was in the 2019 film “Always a Bridesmaid.”
Born in Augsburg, Germany, her family moved to Maryland and she was primarily raised in Prince Georges County, Maryland.
Javicia began performing in talent shows, going on to perform leading roles in plays, and live poems. She attended Hampton University, where she appeared in several productions including “Seven Guitars,” “For Colored Girls” and “Chicago.”
Following her graduation, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting. She was discovered working the booth of a pop-up shop event and catapulted her acting journey. She quickly gained major visibility with the Lifetime Movie KILLER COACH in 2016 which only continued to propel her forward with the TV series “Chef Julian” and her recurring appearances on the CBS “MacGyver” reboot.
She starred as a lead in Carl Weber’s “The Family Business” alongside acting vet, Ernie Hudson on BET. She went on to appear in ALWAYS A BRIDESMAID and the series God Friended Me. She plays Ryan Wilder in the title role of Batwoman in 2020.
Javicia Leslie Age
Javicia Leslie was born on 30 May 1987, in Augsburg, Germany.
She was born to military parents.
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Javicia Leslie stands at a height of 5 feet 3½ inches (1.61 m).
Javicia is of American nationality.
Javicia’s net worth is estimated to be $1 Million.
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