Born on October 29, 1987, Cleopatra Coleman is an Australian actress. The daughter of Turquoise and Mick Coleman first appeared on television in a Direct Factory Outlets after which she rose to prominence during 2004 through her performance as Zandie Brokow in TV series Silversun. Since then, Cleopatra has gone on to make appearances in a number of Television shows till now including Wicked Science 2, Neighbours, The Elephant Princess and The Last Man on Earth. While when it comes to her big-screen career, her debut came in 2012 as DJ Penelope in the hit film “Step Up Revolution” and then appeared as Megan in 2014 horror movie, “Fear Clinic”. Apart from acting, Cleopatra Coleman is also a professional dancer, having appeared in a couple of television dances shows and music videos of various artists as well. While in her personal life, the actress has always kept her relationships private which is why no confirmed information about her dating history is available.
Cleopatra Coleman Personal Details:
- Complete Name: Cleopatra Coleman
- Nicknames: Cleopatra
- Date of Birth: October 29, 1987
- Birthplace: Wentworth Falls, Sydney, Australia
- Occupation: Actress
- Zodiac Sign: Scorpio
- Eye Color: Hazel
- Hair Color: Dark Brown
Cleopatra Coleman Family Details:
- Father: Mick Coleman
- Mother: Turquoise Coleman
- Siblings: Unknown
- Spouse: Unmarried
- Children: None
Cleopatra Coleman Career Highlights:
- First Film: Step Up Revolution (2012)
- First TV Show: Silversun (2004)
Cleopatra Coleman Body Measurements:
The actress Cleopatra Coleman body measurements complete information is given below including her height, weight, dress, bust, waist, hip, bra cup and shoe size.
- Height: 5’ 6” (168 cm)
- Weight: 58 kg (128 pounds)
- Bra Size: 34B
- Shoe Size: N/a
- Body Measurements: 34-26-36
Cleopatra Coleman Interesting Facts:
- The actress is a trained dancer and works as a professional dancer too.
- Her father is from Australia while her mother was born in Jamaica.
- Cleopatra Coleman and her father have established a production company, whom first short-film “Trains” was co-written and produced by the actress.