Home Culture 16 Actresses who should be consider for the role of Storm in Black Panther 2

16 Actresses who should be consider for the role of Storm in Black Panther 2

by Wayne Ayers
0 comment

This is our list for 16 actresses Disney and Ryan Coogler should keep their eye for the role of Storm in Black Panther 2.

1. Kiki Layne

Kiki Layne is known for portraying Tish Rivers in If Beale Street Could Talk. She also played Bessie in Native Son.

2. Yetide Badaki

Yetide Badaki is a Nigerian-born American actress. She is best known for playing Bilquis on the Starz series American Gods.

3. DeWanda Wise

DeWanda Wise breakout role was when she portrayed Nola Darling in Spike Lee’s Netflix series She’s Gotta Have It. She also started in Someone Great this year and will star in Jurassic World 3 in 2021.

4. Dominique Jackson

Dominique Jackson is a Tobagonian-American actress, author, model, and reality television personality. As an actress, she is most known for her leading role of Elektra Abundance on the FX television series Pose.

5. Aja Naomi King

Aja Naomi King began her career in guest-starring roles on television, and starred as Cassandra Kopelson in the The CW medical comedy-drama Emily Owens, M.D.

Aja breakout role came in ABC hit show How To Get Away With Murder. She will star as Mona in Sylvie’s Love.

6. Ashley Blaine Featherson

Ashley Blaine Featherson is best known as the co-creator and star of Black&SexyTV’s Hello Cupid. She currently stars as Joelle in the Netflix series Dear White People.

7. Nia Jerver

Nia Jever gained fame from the Netflix original series Dear White People and the 2018 Netflix original film Step Sisters.

8. Ryan Destiny


Ryan Destiny is a singer and actress. While she had been working in the music industry since childhood, Destiny first rise to fame, came as a member of the girl-group Love Dollhouse in 2013. Destiny is best known for her role in the Fox TV musical drama Star. She will also be in the upcoming season of Grownish.

9. Tika Sumpter

Tika Sumpter is an actress, producer, television host, and model. Sumpter began her career as host of The N reality series, Best Friend’s Date, and in 2005 landed the role of Layla Williamson in the ABC daytime soap opera, One Life to Live where she starred regularly through 2010.

Sumpter made her movie debut in her leading female role in the musical drama Stomp the Yard: Homecoming. She later had recurring roles as Raina Thorpe in The CW teen drama Gossip Girl, and as Jenna Rice in the BET sitcom The Game.

Sumpter later played Angela Payton in the comedy films Ride Along (2014) and Ride Along 2 (2016), Yvonne Fair in the biopic Get On Up (2014), and Michelle Robinson Obama in the romantic comedy-drama Southside with You (2016).

In 2019, Sumpter was cast in the ABC comedy series Mixed-ish, s a prequel spinoff of Black-ish, playing the leading role of Alicia, Rainbow’s mother.

10. Nafessa Williams


Nafessa Williams breakout role came in Black Lighting, she portrayed Anissa Pierce. She is also known for her 2011 role as Nicole Gordon in the Meek Mill film Streets, her 2011 role as Deanna Forbes on the ABC soap opera One Life to Live, and her 2016 role as Dr. Charlotte Piel on the CBS drama Code Black.

11. Vanessa Morgan

Vanessa Morgan is known for her roles as Beatrix “Bird” Castro in the MTV teen drama series Finding Carter, as Amanda Pierce in the Family teen comedy series The Latest Buzz, and as Sarah in the Disney Channel/Teletoon film My Babysitter’s a Vampire and the television series of the same name. She currently plays Toni Topaz in The CW teen drama series Riverdale.

12. Yaya DaCosta


Yaya DaCosta was the runner-up in Cycle 3 of America’s Next Top Model. DaCosta eventually went to star in TV series including ABC’s daytime drama All My Children (2008), Ugly Betty (2009), and since 2015 stars in the NBC medical drama Chicago Med. DaCosta starred in the Lifetime television film Whitney (2015) as singer Whitney Houston and received praise for her performance.

13. Naomi Ackie


Naomi Ackie is mostly known for her role as Bonnie on the television series The End of the F***ing World. She is also known for her role as Jannah in the film Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019).

14. Keke Palmer

Keke does everything you can think of and she is BOOKED & BUSY.

15. Janelle Monae


In 2016, Monáe made her theatrical film debut in two high-profile productions; she starred in Hidden Figures as NASA mathematician and aerospace engineer Mary Jackson, and also starred in Moonlight. Hidden Figures was a box office success, while Moonlight won the Academy Award for Best Picture at the 89th annual ceremony.

16. Deborah Ayorinde

Deborah Ayorinde was born in London, England. At age seven, she performed in her first play with a drama school in the Forest Gate area of London. It was there that she developed a passion for the arts. When she was eight years old, she and her family relocated to San Jose, California. She continued to develop her talents by participating in talent shows and contests, performing with dance teams, cheerleading teams, and choirs, and continuously training. In May of 2009, she graduated with honors from Howard University’s John H. Johnson School of Communications with a Bachelor of Arts in Film Production. During her matriculation at Howard, she won the coveted Paul Robeson Best Actress award for her performance in a short film she wrote and directed (The film also won the award for Best Cinematography). Her credits include, but are not limited to, Barbershop 3, Game of Silence (NBC), The Game (BET), and Necessary Roughness (USA). She has also appeared in various print ads and commercials. In addition to acting and modeling, Deborah is also passionate about directing and writing and owns an online boutique.

Are we sleeping on anyone that should be on this list?

Discover more from Where Is The Buzz | Breaking News, Entertainment, Exclusive Interviews & More

Subscribe to get the latest posts to your email.

You may also like

Leave a Comment

Discover more from Where Is The Buzz | Breaking News, Entertainment, Exclusive Interviews & More

Subscribe now to keep reading and get access to the full archive.

Continue reading