Lupita Nyong'o, Kenyan-Mexican actress (Lancome’s first black ambassador, Oscar Award Winner, Best Breakthrough Performance winner, Outstanding Actress winner, named Personality of the Year, Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture for Black Panther and Us, Outstanding Broadway winner and winner of several awards for Best Actress, named the world’s most beautiful person for 2014 by the US People magazine, winner of the Essence Magazine Black Women In Hollywood Breakthrough Performance Award, Academy Award Nominee). - Nakia, Black Panther.
Lashana Lynch, British actress (First female James Bond/007 in Bond 25, one of the main actresses in the first solo female-led movie in the MCU, one of the first female African-American United States Air Force fighter pilot in the MCU, Essence Black Women in Hollywood winner, in the Marvel comics, her character’s daughter; Monica Rambeau, was the first female Captain Marvel and became the first African-American woman to join and eventually lead the Avengers). - Maria Rambeau, Captain Marvel.
Letitia Wright, Guyanese–British actress (First, youngest and canonically the smartest female character in the MCU, third-time winner for Outstanding Supporting and Performance Actress, Scene Stealer, and Breakout Movie Star nominee, BAFTA’s Rising Star Award winner, Choice Sci-Fi Movie Actress winner, Princess of Wakanda and one of the stars of the highest-grossing film). - Shuri Udaku, Black Panther.
Danai Gurira, Zimbabwean-American actress (Opened the first-ever all-Black, all-women creative team and cast on Broadway, Best Breakthrough Performance winner, winner of several awards for Best Supporting Actress, Best Actress, and Outstanding Supporting Actress, named The Action Movie Star of 2018, Best Lead Actress winner, Revolution Award for Artistic Excellence winner). - Okoye, Black Panther.
Angela Bassett, American actress (Queen of Wakanda in the MCU, first and only African-American recipient of the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy, Academy Award nominee, Icon Award winner, winner of several awards for Outstanding Actress, Best Actress, Outstanding Lead Actress, and Outstanding Supporting Actress for Miniseries, Television Movie, Movie or Dramatic Special, Outstanding Director nominee) .- Ramonda, Black Panther.
Tessa Thompson, American actress (MCU’s first openly LGBTQ demi-goddess superhero, queen of New Asgard, her character is one strongest warriors of Asgard and one of the most powerful female superheroes in Marvel comics, Best Supporting Actress, Outstanding Supporting Actress, Breakthrough Performance and, Best Breakthrough Performance winner several times, American Black Film’s winner for Best Actress, named Woman of the Year in 2017, winner of the Top 10 Breakout Stars Awards, winner for Best Music of Seattle Film Critics Awards) .- Brunnhilde/Asgardian Valkyrie, Thor.
Zoe Saldaña, Afro-Latina actress (Gamora’s ‘deadliest woman in the Galaxy’ in the MCU, star of not one, but two of the world’s highest-grossing films of all time, the sixteenth Latina in history to earn a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame, Favorite Movie Actress, Best Supporting Actress, Best Global Supporting Actress, Outstanding Animated Character and Choice Movie Actress winner) .- Gamora, Guardians of the Galaxy.
Laura Harrier, African-American actress (First black love interest and legendary title of the lead actress in a Spider-Man and Marvel movie in the MCU, in the comics: Liz Allan owns her own company, she is the founder and CEO, nominated for Outstanding Breakthrough Performance twice, female protagonist of Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman, film nominated for Grand Prix award, five Academy Award nominations and winner movie for Best Adapted Screenplay) - Liz Allan/Toomes, Spider-man.
Shaina West, Ghanaian actress and stunt actor (Real life super-hero and an alter ego fighting to change the stigma around Black women on screen, self-trained highly skilled martial artist specializing in weaponry, UK’s 2nd Female BAME Stunt Actor, certified personal trainer). - Black Widow.
Zendaya Coleman, American actress.- (Teen Choice Award, Kids Choice Award, and People’s Choice Award winner for Best Style, Choice Movie Ship, Female TV Star – Kids’ Show, Choice Liplock, Choice Twit, and Choice Collaboration. Young Artist, Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children’s Series, Outstanding Young Ensemble in a TV Series and YoungStars Award nominee) .- Michelle Jones, Spider-Man.
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|04.11| - Claimed
That’s what I heard. I don’t know for sure, but if he did, he sure do got some GOOD taste!
Danai Gurira from a few years back. Someday I’ll get back on the pencil portraits horse, but not rn 😅