Born on February 14, 1978, Danai Gurira, is an American actress and playwright of Zimbabwean-American nationality. She is best known for her role, Michone on The Walking Dead and as the kick-butt General Okoye in Marvel's 2018 hit movie, Black Panther.
The inspirational actress, Gurira's career is built on female empowerment, paving the ways of females to follow their dreams.
Some of her well-recognized works are "Dark Panther," "All Eyez on me," "The Visitor," and "Mother of Georgia." The highest budget movie she has ever played Black Panther's collected $909.8 million at the box office, while the budget of the movie was $200 million.
Similarly, her other movies like "All Eyez On Me" and "The Visitor" also grossed $54.9 million and $18.1 million, at the box office, respectively. Her high budget movies show that she is earning well, and her net worth is going upwards regularly.
Danai's other source of income is her stage appearances. She has portrayed different roles in different stage shows, including "In the Continuum," and "Joe Turner's Come and gone." She also receives a good sum of amount through publication.