Tessa Thompson Height, Weight, Age, Wiki, Biography, Net Worth, Facts

Tessa Thompson is an American actress who came into the limelight after playing Kari Peterson in Tina Mabry’s 2009 indie film Mississippi Damned. She is best known for her roles as Jackie Cook in the mystery drama Veronica Mars and Charlotte Hale in the HBO science-fiction thriller Westworld. In films, she is known for her starring roles as Valkyrie in Thor: Ragnarok, Josie Radek in Annihilation, and Detroit in Sorry to Bother You.

Birth Name

Tessa Lynne Thompson

Nickname

Tessa Thompson

Profession

Actress

Nationality

American

Personal Life

Birthday / Date of Birth

Tessa Thompson was born on October 3, 1983 in Los Angeles, California, USA.

Age

She’s currently 35 years old.

Sun Sign

Libra

Ethnicity

Black

She has Afro-Panamanian, Mexican and European ancestry.

Religion

Christianity

Education

Tessa attended Santa Monica High School and then enrolled at Santa Monica College, where she earned a degree in cultural anthropology.

Family Details

  • Father – Marc Anthony Thompson (Businessman)
  • Mother – Unknown
  • Siblings – One sister

Marital Status

Single

Affairs

Tessa Thompson began dating Janelle Monae in 2018.

Physical Statistics

Height

  • In feet – 5 feet 4 inches
  • In centimeters – 163 cm
  • In meters – 1.6 m

Weight

  • In Kilograms – 55 kg
  • In Pounds – 121 lbs

Body measurements

  • Measurements – 34-25-36
  • Bust – 34 inches
  • Waist – 25 inches
  • Hip – 36 inches
  • Bra Size – 32B

Body Build

Average

Eye Color

Dark Brown

Hair Color

Black

Shoe Size

She wears a size 7.5 (US) shoe.

Dress Size

Her dress size is 8 (US).

Sexuality

Bisexual

Professional Statistics

Film Debut

Tessa Thompson made her on-screen debut in the 2006 remake of the horror film ‘When a Stranger Calls’ playing the role of Scarlet opposite Mary Elizabeth Winstead

Television Debut

Thompson had her first TV show appearance in a 2005 episode of the CBS series Cold Case in the role of a bootlegging lesbian from the 1930s.

Theatre Debut

In 2002, Thompson made her professional stage debut in Los Angeles Women’s Shakespeare Company’s production of The Tempest.

Famous For

Her work in the television series, ‘Veronica Mars’ (2005-2006) and her roles in films like Creed (2005), and Thor: Ragnarok (2017).

Brand Endorsements

She has done endorsement work for US Cellular.

Tessa Thompson Favorites

  • Favorite Book – My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante
  • Favorite Getaway – Eleven, a secluded two-room inn on the coast of Bolinas, Calif.
  • Favorite Music – Her father’s band Chocolate Genius Inc., which reminds her of home.
  • Favorite Bag – Mifland backpack
  • Favorite Singer – Prince
  • Favorite Designer – Rodarte
  • Favorite Beauty Trick – Using Skyn’s Hydro Cool Firming Eye Gels for reducing puffiness and cooling the eyes.

Tessa Thompson Net worth

Tessa Thompson has a net worth of $4 million dollars.

Social Media Profiles

Tessa Thompson Facts

Tessa Thompson has appeared in a number of theatre productions including Juliet in ‘Romeo and Juliet: Antebellum New Orleans’ at Boston Court in Pasadena, California, which earned her an NAACP Theatre Award nomination.

She earned her first television role in 2005 in CBS’s ‘Cold Case’ and then went on to star in films.

She bagged her first award as the Best Actor for her role in “Mississippi Damned” at the American Black Film Festival in 2009.

In 2017, she starred as Valkyrie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe superhero film Thor: Ragnarok, for which she was nominated for several awards including BAFTA Awards for Rising Star and Teen Choice Awards under the category Choice Movie Actress: Sci-Fi.

She has a tattoo on her right wrist which says “Yes.” It was to celebrate and help her remember the end of an entire year where she learned how to say “no” more often.

In June 2018, Thompson came out as bisexual during an interview with Porter Magazine declaring: “In my family you can be anything you want to be. I’m attracted to men and also to women. If I bring a woman home, or a man, we don’t even have to have the discussion.”