The English actress Deborah Ayorinde is best known for her role as Candance in the Netflix’s 2016 original series Luke Cage. Likewise, her other film work includes Barbershop 3, The Game, Game of Silence, and Necessary Roughness. Similarly, she won the Coveted Paul Robeson Best Actress award for her performance in the film she wrote and directed.
Deborah Ayorinde was born on 13th August 1987 in London, England with the birth sign Leo. She grew up alongside her sister Grace in her home town. Likewise, Deborah holds both British and American nationality and belongs to Afro-American ethnicity.
Ayorinde relocated to San Jose, California with her family at the age of eight. For her education, she went to a local high school. Later she enrolled and graduated from the Howard University with a bachelor of Arts in Film Production.
She loves directing and writing. Also developed her talents by participating in talent shows, dancing, choirs, and cheerleading. Similarly, Deborah and her sisters were the first generations from her family to being born outside Nigeria.
To begin with her relationship status, Deborah is in a love affair with a guy who goes with the name oladio on Instagram. The couple has been in a relationship for a long time as of 2019.
The pair often share pictures of them together on their Instagram account and expresses their love. However, there is no confirmed information regarding their marriage.
Deborah likes to live a low-key private life and rarely opens up about her private life. Hopefully, she will let her fans learn more about her life in the coming days.
Moving unto her worth, Deborah has a net worth of $800 thousand as of now. She earns her fortune from her acting career. Besides, Ayorinde even gathers a nice amount of money from her endorsements deals, advertisements, and sponsorships.
According to sources, the average salary of an actress in the United States ranges around $48,000 to $52,000 annually. Based on her experience, Deborah surely earns around average.
She started her career as an actress at an early age of 7. She even appeared in several TV commercials and prints. In 2014, Deborah was named one of Jezebel Magazine’s 50 Most Beautiful Atlantans.
Similarly, her other notable work includes Bad Asses on the Bayou, Girls Trip, The Game, Game of Silence, and many more.