Da'Vine Joy Randolph is an amazing actress and opera singer who is an inspiration for most black women out there. She is best known for playing Oda Mae Brown in "Ghost the Musical".
She has also been in various movies and TV shows such as The Lost City, High Fidelity, People of Earth, Dolemite Is My Name, and On the Come Up.
She has even sung different songs for her own movies and TV shows like Christine's Song, Ballad Of a Boy and a Girl, Wedding Day and I Believe.
Da'Vine Joy Randolph's Parents And Siblings
Da'Vine Joy Randolph was born in the year 1986 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. Her birthday is on May 21 and her zodiac sign is Gemini.
Her parents' names are Michael Randolph (father) and Joyce Randolph (mother). She has a sister named Brittney Randolph.
Da'Vine prefers to keep her family away from the limelight but she used to post about her parents in the past. Back in March 2015, Da'Vine wished her dad on his birthday. She tweeted saying that he is her rock and strength and is so grateful.
Likewise, on her mother's birthday in December 2016, she shared a picture with her mom on Instagram (which is now removed) writing that her mother is her best friend who taught her everything that she knows.
Da'Vine Joy Randolph Education
Davine Joy Randolph grew up with her sister Brittney in Philadelphia and Hershey, Pennsylvania.
At a young age, she participated in Interlochen Art Camp where she studied theatre. She attended Temple University to completely indulge herself in her vocal performance.
After graduation, Davine went to Yale School of Drama.
How Did Da'Vine Joy Randolph Become Famous?
Randolph began her acting career in 2010. Actually, she went to an audition for an understudy part in the Broadway production of “Ghost: The Musical,”. But The producers nevertheless chose to cast her in the lead role of Oda Mae Brown.
Her remarkable performance as Oda Mae Brown got her Nomination for Tony Award For Best performance by a featured actress in a Musical.
She also worked on a project in the film The Lost City, starring Sandra Bullock, Channing Tatum, and Brad Pitt.
She was recently seen in Only Murders in the Building as Detective William. She also voiced Ranger Hoof in Madagascar: A Little Wild (2020-2022) and Tina in Chicago Party Aunt (2021-2022).
Da'Vine currently gives various voices on Birdgirl (2022-present). She will be seen as the main cast in The Idol. Da'Vine will also appear in upcoming movies like Rustin, The Holdovers, and Shadow Force.
Is Da'Vine Joy Randolph Married?
Many of you might be wondering whether Da'Vine Joy Randolph is married or not. The answer to this question would be a big 'no.' Da'Vine has not tied the wedding knot and doesn't have a husband, as of March 2023.
Likewise, she doesn't have any children.
Da'Vine Joy Randolph Dating, Boyfriend
Davine Joy Randolph might have had few partners in the past. However, she is not found to be dating anyone right now.
The actress is known for keeping her personal life private so she might be keeping her relationship with her boyfriend behind the curtains. Her Instagram with over 34k followers gives no hint about her love life so many assume her to be single.
Da'Vine's relationship status is a mystery but it is evident that she is completely focused on her career as an actress and singer.
What Is Da'Vine Joy Randolph's Net Worth?
Da'Vine Joy Randolph has had a magnificent journey in Hollywood with her acting and opera singing. She has been in numerous movies and TV shows which has helped her garner a whopping net worth. Her net worth in 2023 is estimated to be more than $1 million. Her earnings are expected to amplify with the release of movies like Rustin, The Holdovers, and Shadow Force.
Physical Statistics Of Da'Vine Joy Randolph
Da'Vine Joy Randolph is a beautiful black woman. She stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches and weighs around 76 kg. She has beautiful dark brown eyes and the sweetest smile that can melt anyone's heart.
Interesting Facts About Da'Vine Joy Randolph
Da'Vine Joy Randolph revealed that she finds singing on camera quite difficult. She claimed that she had no intention of being an actress. She has mentioned that she was kicked out of her department in her junior and then got transferred to the Theatre field. Life was full of fluctuation for her but she never gave up.
She also said that rather than being remembered as a comedic or a dramatic performer, she wants to be called “a transformational actor”. She said,
"I never want to get pigeonholed or known for one thing. I don’t want people to be able to finish my sentences."