Annelle Olaleye Biography
Annelle Olaleye is a British child actress who made her acting debut at age 5 in the long-running series Doctors. She portrays Molly Falls in the 2022 Tv series The Man Who Fell to Earth.
Here is all you need to know about Annelle Olaleye Bio, Age, Parents, Siblings, Career, Wikipedia, School, Net Worth, and Instagram.
Annelle Olaleye Age, Birthday
Olaleye is 8 years old. It is not known when she celebrates her birthday nor what her zodiac sign is.
Annelle Olaleye Boyfriend
Olaleye is only 8 and is fully focusing on her budding acting career. She is still very young to be seriously involved with anyone romantically. We are sure to follow in every step of her life as she grows and keep you updated on every development in the Romantic aspect of her life.
Annelle Olaleye Education
Anelle is still very young and still goes to school. However, unlike most celebrities, she prefers to lead a private life away from all the prying eyes of loyal fans. She has not shared if she goes to school or if she is being home-schooled.
Annelle Olaleye Parents
Her mother is Anthonette Olaleye. She praises her mother for always being supportive of her acting career. Very little is known about her father.
Ethnicity and Nationality
She is black and hold a British Citizenship.
Annelle Olaleye Height, Weight
At 8 Olaleye stands at an estimated height of 4 feet 1 inch.
Annelle Olaleye The Man Who Fell to Earth
Olaleye appears in the new Showtime science fiction television series created by Jenny Lumet and Alex Kurtzman The Man Who Fell to Earth . She portrays the role of Molly Falls, the first human child to meet the Man Who Fell to Earth. It is her perspective that changes the course of the earth’s evolution.
She and Joana Ribeiro who appeared on Man Who Killed Don Quixote are set to be series regular, They star alongside Chiwetel Ejiofor and Naomie Harris. The series is based on the Walter Tevis novel and the iconic 1976 film that starred David Bowie. It follows an alien who arrives on earth and must confront his own past to determine earth’s future and its critical turning point.
The series is written and executively produced by Alex Kurtzman and Jenny Lumet and serves showrunners along with executive producer John Hlavin. The series moved from CBS All Access/Paramount+ to Showtime and is produced by CBS Studios in association with Secret Hideout and Timberman/Beverly.
Her co-star Ribeiro is well known for starring in Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote. Her other film credits include Fatima and The Dark Tower, Portugal Is Not for Sale, and Crooked Lines,