Molly Sim and Gugu Mbatha-Raw bio
Molly Sims, a television and fashion actress with a net-worth of $50m is a model from America. The combined net worth of Sims, along with husband Scott Stuber is 50 million dollars. Modeling projects have been conducted for Chanel Giorgio Armani Michael Kors and Jimmy Choo. Apart from that, Sims has been frequently seen in the swimsuit editions of Sports Illustrated during the first 2000s. Sims has gained fame as a leading actress for her role in the NBC Dramedy Las Vegas. Molly Sims began her life in Murray, Kentucky. Born on May 25, 1973, to Dottie Sims. Sims has English and Cherokee family heritage from her father, as well as German origins from her mother. Sims has a brother, who is known as Todd. In her teen years, she went to Murray High School graduating in 1991. Sims was a student at Vanderbilt University Nashville Tennessee, with a major in Political Science. However at the age of 19 she decided to drop out in order to pursue a career in modeling. Sims attempted to begin her modeling career by sending her pictures to several agencies, but was not successful. In New York City, Sims joined Next Models Management. It was here that she made her first professional appearance as a fashion model. In 1997 Sims appeared in Vogue Spain's March issue. One year later she was on Vogue Paris September. Sims began her career as a Old Navy spokesmodel and appeared on the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in 2001. Sims gained her most fame during this period. The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue featured her in 2001, 2003, and 2004. She signed a multi-year contract in 2002 with CoverGirl. In the course of her modeling career Sims has graced the covers of such fashion magazines as Lucky Cosmopolitan Glamour Self Allure and Ocean Drive. Also, Sims has been on the runways of fashion designers like Givenchy Jerome L'Huillier Jerome L'Huillier Veronique Lroy. Sims started her career on TV in 2002 hosting MTV House of Style. Following this, she was featured as a guest on the comedy Andy Richter Controls the Universe. Sims's most notable role began in 2003, when she was the club's entertainment director Delinda Deline for the NBC Dramedy Las Vegas. Starring James Caan and Josh Duhamel along with Nikki Cox James Lesure Marsha Thomson, the series focused on the staff of a fictional Las Vegas Strip resort and casino named the Montecito. Sims was on the show for every season of the show from the year 2008. Sims was on the show during this time as Delinda Deline on one episode in 2007 of the series about crime Crossing Jordan.
Gugulethu Sofia Mbatha is recognized by her stage title Gugu Mbatha. She became popular after she was cast in Doctor Who, a British Science-Fiction TV series that aired through the BBC. Gugu scored a roaring success in this series as Tish Jones. This character is the sister to Martha Jones. Gugu's viewers loved her improvisation, and she was on the way to a long acting career. She's also been in several British dramas and TV shows. Her performances in Belle in the film, the British historical drama that aired in 2013 and Beyond the Lights, a romantic drama in 2014 were praised by reviewers. Also, in American television shows like Undercover and Touch, she was a part of the cast on Larry Crowne by Tom Hanks. In 2015 Gugu Mbatha-Raw played the lead role in Nell Gwynn, a stage play written that was written by Jessica Swale as a character who was an actress and also the mistress of the king Charles II of England and Scotland. She was highly acclaimed by the critics due to her outstanding acting. Additionally, she received nominations for the Evening Standard Theater Award's Best Actress Award. Gugu, in recognition for her work in drama was presented with the Order of the British Empire.