Antonia Salib Wiki/Bio, Age, Family, Education, Affairs, Career, Works, Others

Antonia Salib is an actress, workshop facilitator and acting coach who was born on August 2, 1995. She graduated from The Oxford School of Drama in 2018 and her credits include Moon Knight (Disney+) and The Play That Goes Wrong (The Duchess Theatre). She co-produced and starred in Chronic, a short film about a couple’s struggle with an invisible chronic illness. She is widely known for her performance in the TV series Moon Knight.

Date of Birth : August 2, 1995.
Age : 27 years
Birthplace : London, England.
Nationality : British.
Gender : Female 
Occupation : Actress 
Started Journey From : Not known
Net Worth : $1 Million-$3 Million (approx.)

Family Members & Education –

Father’s Name : Emad Salib
Mother’s Name : Vivien
Marital Status : Unmarried

School : Channing School (2007 – 2013).
College : The University of Warwick.
Bachelor of Arts (Politics, International Relations) (2013 – 2016).
Educational Qualification : Graduated

Favourite Things –

Hobbies : Not known
Favourite Place : Not known
Favourite Food : Not known
Favourite Colour : Not known

Physical Stats –

Height : In feet: 5′ 8″.
Weight : Kg: 56
Hair Colour : Dark Brown.
Eyes Colour : Brown

Career –

26 years old British actress Antonia Salib has been emerging in the spotlight continuously since she got the chance to perform the role of Taweret in the MCU’s new high budget mini-series “Moon Knight.” In Marvel fictional series “Moon Knight,” Creator & Director Doug Moench gave Antonia to feature the character of Taweret, an Ancient Egyptian goddess who has the power of childbirth and fertility. “Moon Knight” is her life’s first major project; in which after getting the role, she has become the center of attention for Marvel Fans, even on March 22, she made her landing on the Premiere Of Marvel Studios’ “Moon Knight” with Oscar Isaac & May Calamawy.

Theaters

Shudder.
Holding Hands.
The President’s Men.
Know You Well.
Black Ice.
The Funeral
Tanked.
Noura & Cara.
The Play That Goes Wrong.

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