The Wheel of Time cast Izuka Hoyle plays the role of Dana on the Amazon Prime Video TV show. Discover her age, parents, Wikipedia, net worth & Instagram.
This 25-year-old emerging actress Izuka Hoyle is one to keep an eye on, particularly as Dana in Amazon Prime Video's The Wheel Of Time.
Earlier, Pasha Bocarie, Jennifer Preston, and Izuka Hoyle all joined the cast of Amazon Prime's forthcoming show The Wheel of Time.
Pasha and Jennifer are playing the role of Master and Mistress Grinwell, and viewers are eager to see how Izuka's character, Dana, comes into the mix.
Who is Izuka Hoyle from The Wheel of Time?
Izuka "Zuki" Hoyle is a singer, dancer, and actress from Scotland. She was born to her parents Pete and Helen Hoyle, and when it comes to siblings, she has a sister named Kimberley Hoyle.
Catherine Parr from the 2017 Arts Theatre production of Six the Musical may be familiar to you. She has embarked on numerous new initiatives after departing the show on January 22nd, 2018; most recently, she took up the acting role on The Wheel Of Time on Netflix.
She is most recognized for her roles in Mary Queen of Scots (2018), Villain (2020), and Boiling Point (2021). Izuka attended Arts Educational Schools and is currently managed by Vivienne Clore Artist Management.
Izuka Hoyle can be found on Instagram as @zucchiniboobeenee.
Izuka Hoyle is Making Her Amazon Prime Debut on The Wheel Of Time
The Wheel of Time became available on Amazon Prime Video on November 19th. The inaugural season will consist of eight episodes, the first three of which were released yesterday.
The remaining five episodes of the series will be released every week, with the final one arriving on Christmas Eve, December 24th.
It's an Amazon original show, and fans have already dubbed it "the new Game of Thrones." The plot, created by Rafe Judkins, would follow Moiraine Damodred, alias Rosamund Pike, a part of the Aes Sedai, a formidable organization of women who practice magic.
The series is a book adaption that is based on more than 14 books. Following the first season, it is expected that there would be a spate of series.
The Wheel of Time was reportedly renewed for a Season 2 in May 2021, ahead of the debut of Season 1. Season 2 filming began in July 2021, and season 3 is planned to be shot concurrently.