Condola Phylea Rashād is an American actress best known for her work in theater. Rashād first exploded with a critically acclaimed performance in Lynn Nottage Ruined's Off-Broadway play, which won the Pulitzer Prize. Since then, she has received four Tony Award nominations for her Broadway work in Stick Fly, The Trip to Bountiful, A Doll's House, Part 2 and Saint Joan. She is the youngest artist to receive so many nominations. In addition to these roles, she also received an award for her role as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet opposite Orlando Bloom on Broadway. She played the role of Kate Sacker in the TV series Showtime Billions. She appeared opposite Chiwetel Ejiofor on Come Sunday, available for streaming on Netflix. She played the role of Joan of Arc in George Bernard Shaw's play Saint Joan on Broadway.
|Born||Condola Phylea Rashād, December 11, 1986, New York City, U.S.|
|Alma mater||California Institute of the Arts|
|Parent(s)||Phylicia Rashad, Ahmad Rashād|
Rocketed to fame in 2016 starring as Kate Sacher in the Showtime drama Billions. She also previously starred as the recurring character Cynthia Moran in the musical drama Smash.
After graduating from the California Institute of the Arts in 2008, she began her career in theatre, earning acclaim for her appearances in Stick Fly and Ruined.
In May 2013, she joined the cast of Broadway's Romeo and Juliet as the title character Juliet.
In 2012, she starred opposite Queen Latifah in the television remake of Steel Magnolias.
Winner of the Theater World Award. Alumni of the California Institute of the Arts