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KOKOnista Of The Day: Izuka Hoyle Is The Rising Scottish Star Everyone Should Watch Out For

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Izuka “Zuki” Hoyle is a Scottish actress, singer and dancer.

Izuka Hoyle is a singer and actor from Scotland. She is also a well-known Scottish Dancer and has danced in various albums. She is most recognized for her roles in “Queen Mary of Scots,” “Bugs,” and “Assholes.”

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She’s also well-known for her stunning appearance. It is obvious that she is a multi-talented and creative individual.

Izuka Hoyle was born on January 18, 1996, in Scotland, The United Kingdom. She was raised in Scotland and also did her education there.

She attended Cramond Primary School as her first Alma matter which was quite little in comparison to high school. In 2008, she joined The Royal High School, where she graduated and left the school in 2012.

She enjoys learning but the transition from a tiny primary school to a large secondary one proved to be a little frightening first and she felt lonely. However, made new buddies after that, and later liked being a part of anything at school. She was proud to be a part of what appeared to be a prominent institution.

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You may recognise her as Catherine Parr from the 2017 Arts Theatre production of Six the Musical. After leaving the show on 22nd January 2018 she has taken on many new ventures, her most recent one being, an actress on The Wheel Of Time.

Izuka Hoyle at Mary Queen Of Scots European Premiere on Monday 10 December 2018 held at Cineworld Leicester Square, London.

Although, she is also known for Mary Queen of Scots (2018), Villain (2020) and Boiling Point (2021). Izuka went to Arts Educational Schools and is represented by Vivienne Clore Artist Management.

After that, she attended MGA Academy for two years. This two-year education helped a lot in her career development. After stepping out of the academy, she was prepared for the audition of drama school in London.

In London, to enhance her skills, she joined Arts Education School in 2014 which lasted till 2017. That was a huge step up and she learned a great deal about the reality of performance.

Reading, photography, learning, traveling and internet surfing are her activities of leisure time.

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Izuka Hoyle is a famous actress known to be worked in masterpieces of the film industry. In school, she was not much serious about pursuing this career as she didn’t put much effort but enjoyed making her own music compositions. Later on, she becomes serious about acting.

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She was named a ‘Rising Star’ in The Evening Standards in 2018, shortly after graduating from London’s Arts Educational School. She was cast as Mary Seton in Josie Rourke’s 2018 epic MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS, which was her cinematic debut.

She then went on to star as Dani in series two of the hit BBC drama CLIQUE, before filming the BBC comedy JERK and the David Tennant-led Channel 4 drama DEAD WATER FELL. She played Catherine Parr in the worldwide hit SIX, and her voice may be heard on the original soundtrack.

She created the lead part of Darrell in Emma Rice’s adaptation of Enid Blyton’s MALORY TOWERS and portrayed Emily Davison in the original version of SYLVIA at London’s Old Vic Theatre.

Following that, she starred in the Hollywood film VILLAIN, which was broadcast internationally, as well as THE OUTPOST, in which she played the lead character Wren, which was broadcast on the CW network in the United States.

She recently joined the cast of the upcoming epic, new, Amazon and Sony series WHEEL OF TIME, and will star in the film BOILING POINT, starring Stephen Graham and Jason Fleming, in the character of Camille.

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