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Adjoa Andoh: Meet Nenneke Actress from The Witcher Season 2

Dec 18, 2021 @ 5:00 EST
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Adjoa Andoh: Meet Nenneke Actress from The Witcher Season 2

Adjoa Andoh, popular for her role as Lady Danbury in Bridgerton, has been cast to play Nenneke in The Witcher Season 2 on Netflix. Adjoa is currently in a marital relationship with Howard Cunnell. She has two daughters, Jesse and Daisy, and a son, Liam with her husband. The entire family looks adorable together. The Witcher actor has visibly sparked curiosity among the watchers of the show after stepping in as Nenneke.

Adjoa Andoh from The Witcher is a British radio, stage, television, and film actress, mainly recognized for her role as Lady Danbury in the Netflix limited series Bridgerton. She is also noted for her role as Francine Jones in Doctor who, and in BBC’s long-running medical drama Casualty.

Just as Vesemir Actor Kim Bodnia, the entertainer has currently secured a new role in one of Netflix's hottest properties. Her visibility in such loved shows like Bridgerton and The Witcher gives her a really intriguing edge. Especially, audiences are interested in knowing what kind of role she will be playing in The Witcher.

Adjoa Andoh: Nenneke Actress Features on The Witcher Season 2

Adjoa Andoh, known for her portrayal of Lady Danbury, has recently joined the team of another big Netflix series earlier this year.

The audience can now watch her on-screen in the role of Nenneke in Season 2 of The Witcher, which has arrived on the streaming service on December 17, 2021.

The role of High Priestess Nenneke is reported to be instrumental in unveiling the backstory of the enigmatic Geralt, played by Henry Cavill.

Geralt and Nenneke seem to go a long way back to their childhood, which makes it quite telling that she will be sharing the frame quite frequently with Cavill.

The actress has revealed that she and Cavill had 'worked hard to make sure that the quality of the relationship was really there to develop their on-screen dynamic.'

Talking exclusively to Digital Spy, Adjoa Andoh spoke about her character, revealing that Nenneke's got a very strong intellect, sense of strategy and battle, as well as healing, and all those more nurturing qualities.

Her capability of playing mediator in the temple in the midst of war and torment in such a tough position with a clear sense of authority and strategy is something about Nenneke she really admires.

Playing her might not be completely new to the Bridgerton star as she pointed out the similarities of the high priestess with Lady Danbury. According to her, both are a bit twinkly, sweary, and funny.

On a side note, meet the Deathless Mother from Season 2.

Adjoa Andoh's Husband Howard Cunnell: How Many Children Do They Share?

The Witcher star, Adjoa Andoh, was born on 14 January 1963 in Clifton, Bristol to an English teacher (mother) and, a journalist and musician (father) from Ghana.

The British actress, standing at a height of 5 foot 8 inches and weighing 68 kg, was raised in Wickwar in Gloucestershire, where she attended Katharine Lady Berkeley's School. She pursued law studies at Bristol Polytechnic but left after two years to pursue an acting career.

Adjoa Andoh has managed to keep her love life private even after being in the entertainment world for a long time.

The 58-year-old is reportedly happily married to Howard Cunnell, and also has 3 children with her husband. They include two daughters, Jesse and Daisy, and a son, Liam. The entire family looks adorable together. Meanwhile, the details of her previous relationships and hook-ups are unknown.

Elsewhere, she was licensed as a lay preacher in the Church of England in October 2009.

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