'Westworld' Star Thandie Newton is Moving Back to Her Original Zulu Name 'Thandwie'

‘Westworld’ Star Thandie Newton is Moving Back to Her Original Zulu Name ‘Thandwie’

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‘Westworld’ star Thandie Newton has uncovered that the first spelling of her first name is ‘Thandwie’, which was ‘imprudently’ dropped from her first acting credit ‘Being a tease’ and, accordingly, every part since.

The Emmy Award victor, brought into the world to Zimbabwean mother and English dad in London, declared she would incorporate the ‘W’ again in her stage name, which signifies ‘darling’ in Shona language of Zimbabwe.

‘That is my name. It’s constantly been my name. I’m reclaiming what’s mine,’ Newton revealed to British Vogue in her May 2021 cover meet.

The 48-year-old entertainer, whose credits incorporate movies like ‘Mission: Impossible 2’, ‘Crash’ and ‘The Pursuit of Happyness’, additionally tended to the kickback she looked in 2016, in the wake of uncovering that she was a casualty of sexual unfortunate behaviour, a year before the #MeToo development in Hollywood.

She terminated her marketing specialist, who got some information about the maltreatment since it was ‘not useful for your standing’.

‘There’s a second where the apparition of me transformed, you know, and it was at that point, it was 16,’ she said of the occurrence.

Newton said she experienced a post-horrendous pressure problem (PTSD) after confronting maltreatment because of a chief.

‘He crashed me from me. I was damaged. It was a sort of PTSD, without a doubt.

‘I was so upset and horrified that a chief had maltreated a youthful entertainer and that it was going on somewhere else, minors getting mishandled and how f* up it was. I was essentially trusting that somebody will go along and say, ‘All things considered, what will we do about this?”‘ she related.


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