Samira Wiley Net Worth

How much is Samira Wiley worth?

Net Worth:$3 Million
Date of Birth:April 15, 1987 (36 years old)
Gender:Female
Height:1.61 m, 5 ft 3 in
Profession:Actor
Nationality:American
Samira Wiley Net Worth:
$3 Million

Samira Wiley is an American actress best recognized for her role as Poussey Washington in the Netflix series, Orange Is the New Black. Having mainly done theater work in the early days of her career, she made her on-screen debut with comedy film The Sitter in 2011. Her breakout role came in 2013 when she began portraying the character of Poussey Washington in the Netflix comedy-drama series, Orange Is the New Black. Since breaking out with that role, Samira has gained further success in the film and television industries with notable on-screen performances in Nerve, Detroit, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television. In addition to acting, she has done some modeling gigs too, having appeared in several magazines along with appearing in endorsement campaigns for various brands. Coming towards the off-camera life of her, Samira Wiley became married to script-writer Lauren Morelli in 2017.

More about the earnings of Samira Wiley

Actor Samira Wiley has a networth that has to be considered more than decent.

Personal Life

Her parents’ names are Dennis and Christine. She has siblings named Aiyana and Joshua. She married Orange is the New Black writer Lauren Morelli in 2017.

She was friends with Danielle Brooks at Juilliard before becoming on-screen friends with her in Orange is the New Black.

Inspirational Quotes by Samira Wiley

To be honest, whenever I go to shoots, or I'm on set, it really makes makeup special and allows me to have so much more fun with it - I don't wear it on an everyday basis, because I like my skin to breathe.

Samira Wiley

I grew up in the church.

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I'm definitely caught up in the Kool-Aid of true-crime stories.

Samira Wiley

I think of the prisoners on 'Orange Is the New Black,' a lot of times, as uplifting.

Samira Wiley

It is television; we're making television at the end of the day. It's all smoke and mirrors, and it's all fake, but it's not, because it makes people really feel things that are real.

Samira Wiley