‘Queen Charlotte’ star Golda Rosheuvel talks about her Guyanese roots

Golda Rosheuvel plays Queen Charlotte

Netflix’s Bridgerton spin-off – “Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story” has captured the attention of audiences worldwide with a renewed focus on actor Golda Rosheuvel as some nationals of Guyana have recently discovered she has Guyanese roots. 

Rosheuvel, 53, known for her witty lines in the series including “sorrows…sorrows…prayers…prayers” recently highlighted her Guyanese heritage in several television interviews. 

In a TV interview, the Guyanese-British actor told hosts she is a bi-racial person, her mother was white, and her father was Guyanese. The actor said she was brought up in England. 

In an article published on the site shondaland, it says Rosheuvel was born in Guyana, with her family moving to England when she was five years old. 

According to IMBd, Rosheuvel was born on May 2, 1970, in Guyana and is known for her acting roles in Lady Macbeth (2016), Luther (2010) and Silent Witness (1996).