Born and raised in Queens, New York, Haitian-American actress Vicky Jeudy is known for her role as Janae Watson in the Netflix comedy-drama series, “Orange Is the New Black.” Looking at her most recent pictures, she might have reached the age between 25-30.
Vicky Jeudy was born and raised in Queens, New York and celebrates her birthday every year on 23 January. She shares the birth sign Aquarius and holds an American nationality belonging to the mixed ethnic group.
Regarding Jeudy’s education, she graduated from St. John’s Preparatory school in Astoria and studied theater at the State University of New York at New Paltz. During her years in university, she was a top 25 Semifinalist in the Miss New York competition.
The gorgeous actress, Vicky Jeudy an unmarried woman and has not been in any relationship. Also, she has never been linked with anyone. As she keeps her personal life very secret, it is very hard to say anything regarding her relationship.
Jeudy has posted pictures with some of her male friends on her Instagram account but has not confirmed her relationship with any of them. She has shared some of her posts with her father as well.
However, she has not clarified her relationship status to the public and has strayed a low profile life. Hope she would share her relationship status among us in the coming days.
Vicky Jeudy has an estimated net worth around $500 thousand. From her works in some short films, as well as popular TV series like Orange Is the New Black, she certainly grabbed a good sum.
According to some sources, an actress earns an average of $50 thousand from their career while Orange Is the New Black stars are paid an average of $64,674 starting their salary from $59,207. As an actress, she certainly makes around $50-$60 thousand.
The talented actress, Jeudy started her career in 2006 in a short movie named ” Bottom Feeder”. She has worked in a number of short movies in the recurring role of Janae Watson in the Netflix comedy-drama series, Orange Is the New Black.
In addition, she appeared her network television debut in an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and co-starred opposite Anujanue Ellis in the independent film Romeo and Juliet in Harlem, in 2014.
In 2015, Jeudy was awarded as Screen Actors Guild for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series.