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Tanya Fear biography: 13 things about English-Zimbabwean actress from London

Tanya Fear is an English-Zimbabwean actor, writer and comedian. She was born Tanyaradzwa Fear in Zimbabwe to an English father and a Zimbabwean mother.

From Zimbabwe, Fear and her family later moved to London, England, United Kingdom. Here are 13 more things about her:

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  1. She is 5’4″ tall.
  2. In 2011, she played Jay in an episode of “The Fades.”
  3. In 2012, she played Specky Sam in an episode of “The Midnight Beast.”
  4. In 2013, she played Morgan in a “Some Girls” episode, Harlow in the full-length film “Kick-Ass 2” and Jessica in the short film “Touch.”
  5. In 2014, she play a receptionist in a “Boomers” episode.
  6. In 2015, she played Melanie Thomas in two “DCI Banks” episodes and Claire Wiseman in 15 “Spotless” episodes.
  7. In 2016, she played Orla Campbell in a “Midsomer Murders” episode and Nina in the full-length film “A Moving Image.”
  8. In 2017, she played Katie of the short film “Beauty in the Street,” voiced a character in the video game “Need for Speed: Payback” and played Julia Lourde in the television movie “Shamed.”
  9. In 2018, she played Jasmine Grenouille in two “Endeavour” episodes, Dr. Jade McIntyre in a “Doctor Who” episode and a waitress in the TV movie “My Dinner with Herve.”
  10. In 2019, she played Gill in a “Cleaning Up” episode.
  11. In 2020, she starred in the short films “Shoot Your Shot,” “Shoot Your Shot 2: An International Affair” and “Shoot Your Shot 3: The Wedding,” which she all wrote, directed and produced. She also starred in the short films “Grandad’s Visit” and “Dark Day.”
  12. In July 2021, she made her debut as a stand-up comedian. She continued doing standup in August 2021.
  13. She was 31 years old when he was reported missing in California, United States on September 9, 2021. On September 12, 2021, she was found safe at a Trader Joe’s on Santa Monica Boulevard in  in Los Angeles County, California.

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