Is Tessa Thompson Lesbian?

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Tessa Lynne Thompson is an American actress who began her professional acting career with the Los Angeles Women’s Shakespeare Company while studying at Santa Monica College. Thompson appeared in productions of “The Tempest” and “Romeo and Juliet”, the latter of which earned her a NAACP Theatre Award nomination.

Her breakthrough came with leading roles in Tina Mabry’s independent drama film titled “Mississippi Damned” (2009), and Tyler Perry’s “For Colored Girls” (2010), an adaptation of the 1976 play of the same name.

Tessa gained favorable notices for her early film roles in the comedy-drama “Dear White People” (2014), and as civil rights activist Diane Nash in Ava DuVernay’s historical drama “Selma” (2014).

She then gained mainstream attention for her roles in franchise films, playing Bianca Taylor in the sport drama “Creed” (2015), “Creed II” (2018) and “Creed III” (2023), and as Valkyrie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe superhero films titled “Thor: Ragnarok” (2017), Avengers: Endgame (2019), and “Thor: Love and Thunder” (2022), as well as her leading role in “Men in Black: International” (2019).

Is Tessa Thompson Lesbian?

Tessa Thompson prefers not to label her sexuality. In June 2018, Tessa revealed that she is attracted to both men and women, but chooses not to label herself bisexual.


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