|Nina Toussaint-White Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 4 in|
|Year of Birth||1985|
Nina Toussaint-White is an English actress and voiceover artist who is known for her roles like Syd Chambers in EastEnders, Jude Thomas in Switch, Shelly in Uncle, Angie Bailey in Emmerdale, Lucie in GameFace, DS Louise Rayburn in Bodyguard, Kate Hatfield in The Feed, Sophia Verlaine in Holby City, and Jacki in The Sister.
She was born in 1985.
Plumstead, London, England, United Kingdom
London, England, United Kingdom
Nina Toussaint-White attended Plumstead Manor School and Negus Sixth Form Centre. She also trained at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts, Clapham, on their three-year B.A. acting course.
Actress, Voiceover Artist
Nina Toussaint-White has been signed with Conway Van Gelder Grant Ltd., Talent Agency, London, England, United Kingdom.
5 ft 4 in or 162.5 cm
56 kg or 123.5 lbs
Boyfriend / Spouse
Nina Toussaint-White has dated –
- Joey Ellis (2018-Present) – She got married to actor Joey Ellis in 2018.
Race / Ethnicity
Nina Toussaint-White is of Grenadian descent.
- Pierced ears
- Often wears glasses
Nina Toussaint-White Facts
- She spent her childhood years growing up in Plumstead, southeast London.
- In 2009, she appeared in the recurring role of Syd Chambers in the popular soap opera, EastEnders.
- Alongside Lacey Turner, Phoebe Fox, and Hannah Tointon, Nina Toussaint-White co-starred playing Jude Thomas, a ‘bolshie’ wannabe fashion designer who is the fiery one of the group, in Switch, a supernatural comedy-drama that follows a quartet of witches known as “The Witches of Camden”.
- As a voiceover artist, she provided vocals in the video named Star Wars: Battlefront II in 2017.
- She portrayed the character of DS Louise Rayburn, an SO15 officer working under Sharma who starts to work with Budd, in the police political-thriller television series, Bodyguard, in 2018.
- Nina Toussaint-White appeared as Lucie in the Chanel 4 sitcom, GameFace, which follows Marcella’s life as she takes life coaching and attempts to find acting work. Nina’s co-stars included Roisin Conaty, Caroline Ginty, Damien Molony, and Dustin Demri-Burns.
- She co-starred as Kate Hatfield in the science fiction drama web television series, The Feed, in 2019.
Featured Image by Nina Toussaint-White / Instagram