Did Nafessa Williams have Plastic Surgery? Body Measurements, Botox, Boob Job, and More!
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Biography - Who is Nafessa Williams?
Nafessa was born December 4, 1989 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She pursued the college degree in criminal justice at the West Chester University of Pennsylvania. In 2011, she got her first roles on the television screen and slowly rose to fame. She played for example Deanna Forbes in One Life to Live and Dr. Charlotte Piel in Code Black. 2018 is so far the peak of her career. Williams received a role of Anissa Pierce aka Thunder in superhero TV series Black Lightning. The CW has a great plans for this sci-fi and it has a potential to make Nafessa even a bigger star. Although many fans are eager to know who is she dating right now, the name of her boyfriend isn’t publicly known. Maybe she is single.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Nafessa Williams, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|Height||1.6 m, 5’3” (feet & inches)|
|Weight||56 kg, 123 pounds|
|Cup Size||Cup Size B|
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Quotes by Nafessa Williams
"We all have that superhero inside us, but it's about tapping into it and embracing it and owning it."
"Successful artists don't follow trends; they create them."
"This is the most rewarding experience ever, taking on the role of Thunder as an actress. I'm just grateful and honored to give my voice to Thunder because she's so bold."
"I think it can be difficult for young lesbian or young gay, bisexual, transgender to come out and be open with who they are because there's such a huge stigma attached to that preference of their sexuality."
"Believe it or not, I am a tomboy."