Born of two immigrant parents Antoinette’s childhood was spent between Florida and her parents native island Jamaica. She attributes her intense connection to nature and her heritage, with her frequent trips back to Jamaica.
While at University where she graduated with a Bachelors in Chemistry, she’d taken a mandatory theatre elective, and it was during that class that she realized she possessed an insatiable hunger for the theatre. While performing “Gingham Dog” under the supervision of Nina Murano, she was quoted saying “ I’d never experienced anything like that before, freedom and acceptance in such a truthful, safe place. A feeling I’ve never felt before, and the ‘one’ feeling I know I could never again live without.”
With this epiphany in the foreground of her thoughts she sought the “best” the industry had to offer; William Esper. Upon graduating Two Year Conservatory at the William Esper Studio, I have faith that the sky will indeed be the limit for this multi-talented, beautiful young woman. Has appeared in the shows Atlanta,Zero Hour,The Haves and The Have Nots and Dear White People on Netflix.