Molly Sim and Gugu Mbatha-Raw bio
Molly Sims' net worth is estimated at $50 million. She is an actress on film and TV as well as a fashion model. This is her combined income since 2011 when she got married to film producer and Netflix executive Scott Stuber. As a fashion model, Stuber has appeared in many advertisements for designer labels including Chanel Giorgio Armani Michael Kors Jimmy Choo. The early 2000s saw Sims was also a frequent guest in the Swimsuit Issue of Sports Illustrated. Sims is now a household name as an actor of the leading role for her part in the NBC Dramedy Las Vegas. Early Life and Education Molly Sims was born on May 25, 1973, in Murray Kentucky to Dottie and Jim. Sims is a native of Kentucky. English and Cherokee origins on the father's and German on her mother's side. Sims is the older sister of a brother named Todd. Sims completed her studies at Murray High School in 1991 as a teenager. Sims later attended Vanderbilt University, Nashville Tennessee where she majored in Political Science. Sims left Vanderbilt University at age 19 to focus on modelling. Sims's modeling career didn't begin after she submitted photos of herself to several modeling agencies. In the end, she was signed to Next Models Management of New York City. Her breakthrough was as a fashion model. The model was on the front of Vogue Spain's April 1997 issue. Two years later she graced the cover Vogue Paris' September 1997 issue. Sims was a model who started her professional career in 2001, was model for the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show model and spokesmodel for Old Navy walked down the runway of the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show. Sims' fame peaked during this period. The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue featured her in 2001, 2003, and 2004. In 2002, she signed a contract for a number of months with CoverGirl. Through her career as a model Sims has been featured on the covers of fashion magazines such as Lucky Cosmopolitan Glamour Self Allure and Ocean Drive. She has also walked the runways of Givenchy Jerome L'Huillier Jerome Emanuel and Veronique. Sims made her debut on the television screen in 2002 when she hosted MTV House of Style. Later, during the times, she appeared as a guest in the show Andy Richter Controls the Universe and the relaunch of an anthology called The Twilight Zone. In 2003 Sims started her most prominent part as the club's entertainment director Delinda Deline on the NBC dramedy series Las Vegas. Starring James Caan and Josh Duhamel along with Nikki Cox James Lesure Marsha Thomson, the series was about the employees of an imagined Las Vegas Strip resort and casino dubbed the Montecito. Sims was a part of the show for its entire five seasons until 2008. Sims was on the show during this time as Delinda Deline on an episode from 2007 of the crime drama Crossing Jordan.
Gugulethu Mbatha, more popularly known as Gugu-Mbatha-Raw, is a British film and stage actress who became famous after she appeared in Doctor Who series (a British sci-fi TV show) and was telecast on BBC. Gugu rose to fame in Doctor Who, playing Tish Jones. Tish is the sister of Martha Jones. Gugu was a lively, spontaneous personality that was loved by the public. She could have an extremely successful career as an actor if she didn't quit! Gugu also was a part of other British stage and television productions. Critics have given her the highest praise for Belle (2013) which is a British period drama, as well as Beyond the Lights (2014 romantic drama). She's also been featured in several American productions such as Larry Crowne a Tom Hanks comedy film, as well as television series like Undercover and Touch. Gugu Mbatha Raw was in 2015 playing the leading role in Nell Gwynn, the play written by Jessica Swale as a character who played an actress. She was also the mistress of the king Charles II of England and Scotland. Her acting was hailed by critics who were awed the performance. The actress won the Evening Standard Theatre Award as best actress. Gugu, in recognition for her performance in the drama, was awarded her the Order of the British Empire.