Molly Sim and Gugu Mbatha-Raw bio
Molly Sims, a television and fashion model who has an estimated net worth of $50 million is a model from the United States. It is her wealth since 2011, the year she was married to filmmaker/Netflix Executive Scott Stuber. Modeling projects have been conducted by Chanel Giorgio Armani Michael Kors as well as Jimmy Choo. Also, she appeared on Sports Illustrated swimsuit issues in the first decade of the 2000s. In her role as an actor, Sims is best known for playing the main role in Delinda Deline in the NBC drama series Las Vegas. Molly Sims, the daughter of Dottie Sims and Jim Sims, was born in Murray Kentucky on 25 May 1973. Sims is of English as well as Cherokee heritage on her father's side and of German heritage on her mother's side. Sims has an older brother named Todd. She was a graduate of Murray High School in 1991 when she was a teenager. Sims studied at Vanderbilt University Nashville Tennessee, studying political science. Sims left Vanderbilt University at age 19 to focus her attention on her modeling career. She was determined to get her career off the ground. Sims submitted her images to modeling agencies but had little luck. Sims signed with Next Models Management, a New York City agency and quickly became a model of fashion. Sims was featured on the front page for Vogue Spain's March issue of 1997. The following year she was featured on the cover of Vogue Paris' September 1997 issue. Sims was a spokesmodel from 2001 on behalf of Old Navy, and she appeared on the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show runway. Sims was famous for her work during this period. In 2000 2001 2002 2004 and 2006 she was featured in the classic Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue. In 2002 she was signed to a contract for several years with CoverGirl. Through her professional career, Sims appeared on the covers of fashion magazines like Lucky Cosmopolitan Glamour and Self Allure. She has also walked for designers like Givenchy, Emanuel undgaro jerome L'Huillier, as well as Veronique leroy. The Television Career Sims had her first television job from 2000 until 2002 as host of the MTV show House of Style. She then made guest appearances on the sitcom Andy Richter Controls the Universe as well as the relaunch episode of the anthology show The Twilight Zone. Sims made her debut in a major role in 2003 as Delinda Deline who was the entertainment manager of the club on NBC's dramedy Las Vegas. Starring James Caan, Josh Duhamel Nikki Cox James Lesure, and Marsha Tomlson, the series focused on the staff of a character from the fictional Las Vegas Strip Hotel and Casino called the Montecito. Sims kept her place on the series for all five of its seasons through 2008. During this time she appeared as Delinda Deline in the 2007, episode from the crime drama Crossing Jordan.
Gugulethu Sofia Mbatha, better well-known by her stage title Gugu Mbatha. Gugu Mbatha became famous after starring in Doctor Who, a British Science Fiction TV show that was telecast via the BBC. Gugu gained a great deal of notoriety for her performance as Tish Jones the cousin of a role played by Martha Jones in the series. Her fans loved her lively spontaneity and there was nothing stopping Gugu after a successful acting career ahead! The other stage and television shows in Britain include many other productions. Her critics have given her praise for her exceptional performance in Belle 2013 an iconic British timepiece, and Beyond the Lights 2014, the romantic comedy. The actress has also appeared in various American productions, including Larry Crowne a Tom Hanks comedy film, as well as television shows like Undercover and Touch. Gugu Mbatha Raw was in the role of Nell Gwynn, written by Jessica Swale, as the role of an actress who was also the queen's mistress of England as well as Scotland. The actress received lots of praise from critics that loved her acting skills and she went on to be nominated for the prestigious Evening Standard Theatre Award for the Best Actress Award. Gugu received an award of the Queen Elizabeth II for her contribution to the drama world. She was named as a Member of the Order of the British Empire.