Betty Gabriel made her acting debut in 2011 on the set of In Memoriam – a TV drama where she played her first major role, but she has been part of the movie industry since 2009. The upcoming star appeared in small but recurring roles in the production Westworld as she progressed in her career. 2016 was a very good year for her as she landed a starring role in The Purge: Election Year.
Barely a year after her stint on the set of The Purge: Election Year, Betty Gabriel was celebrated for her exceptional performance in the horror movie Get Out – an Oscar award-winning film where she gave life to the character of Georgina. Furthermore, via the same movie, she became one of the contenders for the Academy Awards of 2018 in the category of Best Supporting Actress by The New York Times which also observed her role as the Best Performance of 2017. She has appeared in several other productions, among which are Unfriended: Dark Web, Diverted Eden, Upgrade (2018), Experimenter (2015), He’s Way More Famous Than You (2013), Good Girls Revolt (2015 – 2016) and Beyond Skyline (2017). Fans are eager to watch her bring the character of the FBI agent Naya Temple to life in Counterpart television series.
Betty Gabriel’s Biography
Recently, the movie actress’ bio has been a trending topic with fans and the general public expressing their desire to know more. But, Betty is yet to break her silence on the issue, even though she keeps getting tickles from the buzzes of curiosity to voice out.
However, it is public knowledge that her place of birth is Washington D.C but she spent her formative years in Hyattsville, MD, and Pittsburgh. The popular actress’ ethnicity is Afro-American and it came to light via a tweet that her birthday falls on the 14th of October but her exact year of birth continues to elude the media.
Her educational background is an admirable one because, after her high school graduation, she joined IOWA University to study Animal Science/Vet, graduating with a Bachelors degree. In a bid to study acting, she moved to Chicago a while later and put many years into dancing and acting at various popular theaters like Steppenwolf and the Victory Gardens. Subsequently, she made the decision to proceed to the next level of her career, emerging as a Julliard graduate in no time at all. Although she is still trying to climb the success ladder, Betty Gabriel already has a short wiki page exclusive to her name.
Family Facts – Husband or Boyfriend
On her family life, she is yet to disclose facts about both her parents and siblings, if any. In the same vein, she has maintained privacy on her personal life and is averse to spilling the beans on her romantic entanglements. Though she tries her best to keep her private affairs away from public scrutiny, she does not hesitate to flaunt her presence on her social media accounts from time to time.
However, Betty posted a picture with a guy called Jon Rich back in 2016 which gave rise to speculations that he was her boyfriend. The actress did not deem it necessary to speak on the matter, though for a long time now, Jon Rich’s photo has not resurfaced. Moreover, she has never appeared in public with any man that can be assigned the tag of a boyfriend. Her accounts on social media completely lack the presence of a likely or would-be partner. So, the obvious conclusion is that the film actress is presently unattached and concentrating on building a stellar professional life
Other Facts About Betty Gabriel
1. Her movie Get Out has been described by fans as a box office powerhouse, winning numerous awards. The movie bagged Gotham Awards, National Board of Review, the Los Angeles Film Critics Association, as well as New York Film Critics Circle. It was recognized as a blockbuster, earning a jaw-dropping sum of $254 million globally on a relatively meager budget of $4.5 million.
2. Still relatively new in the world of showbiz, Betty Gabriel lacks a healthy following online but she maintains a verified Instagram account with a total of 15.4k followers. Her Twitter handle is yet to be verified.
3. Six of her projects were from the stables of Blumhouse Productions, they include the likes of 12 Deadly Days, The Purge: Election Year, Unfriended: Dark Web, Get Out, as well as Adopt A Highway.