Nonso Anozie’s Height & Weight: Know About the Tommy Jepperd Actor!

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Nonso Anozie’s Height & Weight: Know About the Tommy Jepperd Actor!

Nonso Anozie from Netflix’s Sweet Tooth, who weighs roughly 127 kg (280 pounds), stands at the height of 6′ 6 ”. The Tommy Jepperd actor has always been big ever since he was a child.

Sweet Tooth is an American fantasy drama television series based on Jeff Lemire‘s comic book of the same name, which was launched on Netflix on June 4, 2021. Later, it was renewed for a second season the following month, with the premiere date set for April 27, 2023, along with the cast Nonso Anozie, Christian Convery, Adeel Akhtar, Stefania LaVie Owen, and Dania Ramirez.

The Netflix series is set in a fictitious universe where a virus has killed the bulk of the world’s human population, resulting in the birth of hybrid kids who are half human and half animal. Convery plays Gus, a naive 10-year-old half-human, half-deer youngster who sets out to find his mother after losing his father. The first season was widely praised and earned two Children’s and Family Emmy Awards.

Likely, Nonso Anozie who plays the role of Tommy Jepperd is no new to the acting industry. However, with the release of season 2 on Netflix, he has further gathered more fan followers from all over the world. As a result, they want to know more about him, including his height and weight. Well, we’ve got you covered.

Sweet Tooth: Nonso Anozie Stands at a Height of 6′ 6 ” and Weighs Around 280 Pounds!

Nonso Anozie (@nonso_anozie) from Netflix’s Sweet Tooth, stands at a height of 6′ 6 ” and weighs 127 kg (280 pounds). The Tommy Jepperd actor is a British actor of Igbo-Nigerian descent and has worked in theatre, television, and film. He was born in London, England on November 17, 1978. His parents initially came from the south-eastern Igbo region of Nigeria and studied in the United Kingdom. He is the eldest of his parents’ three children, with two younger sisters.

Nonso Anozie, who stands at a height of 6' 6'', weighs around 127 kg (280 pounds).Nonso Anozie, who stands at a height of 6′ 6”, weighs around 127 kg (280 pounds).
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Nonso Anozie has wanted to be an actor since he was eight years old when his teacher asked him to improvise a piece of a story and he was moved by the emotions he felt. Later, he started going to the National Theatre when he was studying for his GCSEs and A levels. He attempted to enter the Central School of Speech and Drama but did not qualify the first time.

As a result, Anozie took another course for a year before enrolling at the Central School of Speech and Drama for his second attempt. He joined the Royal Shakespeare Company after finishing his studies. Furthermore, he has always loved to read books. He grew up reading fantasy novels such as The Lord of the Rings, The Lion, and The Witch and the Wardrobe. In addition, his mother, who aspired to be a singer but was unable to do so, has been extremely supportive of his career.

Talking about Nonso Anozie’s career, he joined the Royal Shakespeare Company in 2002 and portrayed the title role in Declan Donnellan‘s stage production of King Lear. He became the youngest person in history to play King Lear on a professional level as a result of this. The next year, he played a prisoner in David Mamet‘s Edmond at the National Theatre. He went on an international tour with the Cheek by Jowl (Theatre Company) in 2004. Likely, he got the Ian Charleson Award for his performance in Othello. He also won the Shanghai Magnolia Stage Performance Award the same year.

Nonso Anozie plays the role of Tommy Jepperd in Sweet Tooth.Nonso Anozie plays the role of Tommy Jepperd in Sweet Tooth.
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Among his other notable films are Conan the Barbarian‘, The Grey, Ender’s Game, Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, Cinderella, Pan, 7 Days in Entebbe, Guava Island, and The Laundromat (all in 2019). Likely, he also appeared in the American science fantasy adventure film Artemis Fowl in 2020.

Similarly, Nonso Anozie’s television career also advanced at the same time. In 2009, he appeared in Occupation, a BBC TV three-part miniseries about the 2003 Iraq War. He played US Marine turned private military contractor Erik Lester in the series, which was honored at numerous award gatherings like BAFTA Awards, Broadcasting Press Guild Awards, and Royal Television Society (RTS Television Award).

Later, the Tommy Jepperd actor made his debut as Xaro Xhoan Daxos in the extremely popular fantasy drama series Game of Thrones in 2012. The following year, he starred in an episode of the TV miniseries The Bible and joined the cast of the British American horror drama series Dracula. Another of his big drama series, Zoo, premiered on television in 2015. Nonso played a safari guide named Abraham Kenyatta in this drama about the study of violent animal assaults on humans around the world. Later he joined as Tommy Jepperd on Netflix’s fantasy drama television series Sweet Tooth.

Aside from his work in films and television, he has also provided the voice for video games such as The Golden Compass, Brink, Remember Me, and Dirty Bomb. He also worked on the BBC Radio 4 radio production Dreaming in Africa in 2006 and narrated The Water Diviner‘s Tale at the Royal Albert Hall for the BBC proms in 2007. In addition, he also worked on the BBC Radio 4 adaptation of Edna Ferber‘s Showboat in 2011.