Where did Michaela Coel go to high school?

At the 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards, Coel became the first Black woman to win the Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special for her work on the drama I May Destroy You. She was given birth on October 1, 1987.

In 2009, Coel joined the Talawa Theatre Company’s TYPT summer school program. As a Talawa student, Coel participated in the TYPT 2009 production of Krunch. The same year, Coel’s CD Fixing Barbie, which showcased her talents as a poet and musician, was published. Coel’s song “We’re the Losers” was released in that year.

Where did Michaela Coel go to high school?

She said that while in primary school while attending Catholic schools in East London. She later attended university in Birmingham in United Kingdom.

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Coel has starred in a number of National Theatre productions, including the critically acclaimed Medea and the award-nominated Home. He most recently made an appearance in the 2013 Channel 4 thriller Top Boy.