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Storm Reid Basic Information
|Stage Name:||Storm Reid|
|Real Name:||Storm Reid|
|Occupation:||Actress and Social Media Personality|
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|Place of Birth:||Atlanta, Georgia|
|Marital Status:||In A Relationship|
Storm Reid Biography
Reid was born to Rodney and Robyn Simpson Reid in Atlanta, Georgia, on July 1, 2003. She has two sisters, Iman and Paris, and a brother, Josh, making her the youngest of four children. Reid wanted to be an actress, so her family relocated to Los Angeles when she was nine. She attended Chesnut Elementary School before enrolling at the University of Southern California in the fall of 2021.
Rodney Reid and Robyn Simpson gave birth to Storm Reid on July 1, 2003, in Atlanta, Georgia, the United States. She also has two older sisters, Iman and Paris, and a brother named Josh.
She has an older brother named Josh and two elder sisters, Iman and Paris.
She does not have any biological or adopted children yet.
Storm Reid started performing when she was three. Before making her film debut in the 2012 short film “The Girls of Summer,” she appeared in a few television commercials. She fell in love with acting at a young age and debuted in the 2012 television movie “A Cross To Bear.” She played Emily in “12 Years a Slave” the following year. Michael Fassbender, Paul Dano, Benedict Cumberbatch, Paul Giamatti, Sarah Paulson, Lupita Nyong’o, Alfre Woodard, and Brad Pitt starred in the biographical period drama film. Additionally, that year, Reid appeared in the television dramas “The Thundermans” and “Adam DeVine’s House Party,” as well as the short film “The Spirit Game.” Her subsequent guest appearances on “NCIS: Los Angeles” and “Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn’.
A SEED & WINGS Productions, an independent multimedia production company rooted in narratives that forge multicultural conversations, amuse, educate, and uplift, was founded in 2013 by Reid and her mother, Robyn Simpson. They aspire to produce impactful, truthful, and inclusive storytelling that is true to itself. Reid led in “Chop it Up,” a cooking-based conversation series on Facebook Watch, in 2021. Reid and her mother, Robyn Simpson, developed and produced the series through their production company. It was revealed that Reid would star in and work with Simpson to create the Paramount film “BECOMING NOBLE.”
Reid made an appearance in the 2015 film “The Summoning.” She also co-starred with Paula Jai Parker in Rusty Cundieff’s 1963 film “White Water,” which tells the tale of a young black boy in segregated Opelika, Alabama, who becomes fixated on the desire to drink water from the “whites only” drinking fountain.
The actress played a significant part in the 2016 film “Gemma,” which starred Anya Margolin and Isabella Margolin in the lead roles. In the same year, Reid portrayed Aki in the family drama “An American Girl: Lea to the Rescue,” about a daring young girl who travels to a Brazilian forest and discovers a way to save her brother, who had mysteriously vanished. Additionally 2016, Reid appeared as Sparkle alongside performers like Eric Roberts, Elijah Marcano, Kyla-Drew, Doug Kaye, and William J. Harrison in Ken Feinberg’s “Santa’s Boot Camp.”
She played Tina Wolfe in the sci-fi drama “Sleight” in 2017. The film, which focused on a street magician in Los Angeles, made $4 million worldwide on a $250,000 budget. Reid’s portrayal of Patricia Crawford in the comedy-drama movie “A Happening of Monumental Proportions” came next. She negatively impacted critics when she starred as Patricia in the comedy-drama movie “A Happening of Monumental Proportions” in 2017. Her portrayal of Meg Murry in “A Wrinkle in Time,” adapted from the same-named novel by Ava DuVernay, was more favourably received. Despite the movie being a box office dud, Reid’s performance received praise from critics, with some citing it as the film’s high point. In 2018, the young actress appeared in the sci-fi adventure flick ‘A Wrinkle in Time’. She then did the movies ‘Relive’ and ‘Killing Winston Jones’, released in 2019.
In two episodes of the acclaimed Netflix limited series “When They See Us” in 2019, Reid played Lisa and started playing the lead role of Gia Bennett in the HBO teen drama series “Euphoria.” Gia is Rue’s younger sister. In the same year, she co-starred as Ashley with David Oyelowo in the drama film “Don’t Let Go,” which both garnered positive reviews. She also provided the voice of Nia in the Hulu series “The Bravest Knight.” The two “bring an emotion-filled performance to the screen, capturing grief and confusion to near perfection,” according to FilmSnobReviews.
Reid played Sydney Lanier, James Lanier’s daughter, in the science fiction horror movie “The Invisible Man” in 2020. The film was a commercial and critical success. She received a BET Young Stars Award nomination that same year. In 2019, Reid joined the cast of the superhero movie “The Suicide Squad,” which came out in 2021. In the group action film “One Way” the following year, she starred alongside Colson Baker, Kevin Bacon, and Travis Fimmel. Reid also starred in the supernatural horror movie “The Nun II” and the mystery/thriller Missing, which were both shot during the COVID-19 pandemic. She played Riley Abel in the 2023 “The Last of Us” season on HBO.
Reid also founded ArashiBlu, which she has since expanded to include ArashiBlu 1720, her philanthropic project. Reid established ArashiBlu in 1720, intending to serve her community while promoting and assisting the next generation of creators. Reid recently introduced ArashiBlu 1720’s new initiative, 1720 ONE PARK AT A TIME, which aims to renovate playgrounds and parks in underserved areas nationwide. Atlanta, Georgia’s Brownwood Park, Reid’s hometown park, is the first to be renovated. In July 2023, Reid hosted a historic occasion there with collaborators Coco Gauff and New Balance.
On social media, Storm Reid is a very active user. She has over 2.5 million followers on her verified Instagram account, over 300,000 on her verified Facebook page, and over 185,000 on her Twitter account. She enjoys sharing information about his career, upcoming projects, photoshoots, guest appearances, lifestyle, and other topics.
Reid and actor Sayeed Shahidi were dating in February 2017. Shedeur Sanders, the son of football star Deion Sanders, is the man she is dating.
Storm Reid had an estimated net worth of about $2 million
Storm Reid Car Collection includes cars like Range Rover Vogue, Range Rover Sport P360, Mercedes Benz AMG G63, Lexus LS, Tesla Model X 75D, and Jeep Wrangler with a net worth of over $600000.
She lives in Los Angeles and owns a house she built with her parents, especially her Mom.
Movies & TV Shows
Storm Reid is an actress, producer, and current USC student who has received an Emmy nomination. Reid has become one of Hollywood’s most sought-after young actors thanks to her many accomplishments. For her role as Riley in the Max hit series “THE LAST OF US,” she recently received her first Emmy nomination for “Outstanding Guest Actress In A Drama Series.” Twelve Years a Slave (2013), Sleight (2016), A Happening of Monumental Proportions (2017), A Wrinkle in Time (2018), DON’T LET GO (2019), THE INVISIBLE MAN (2020), THE SUICIDE SQUAD (2021), ONE WAY (2022), and MISSING(2023) are some of the previous films in production. WHEN THEY SEE US (2019), EUPHORIA (2019-), THE BRAVEST KNIGHT (2019), and THE LAST OF US(2023) are some of the previous television projects. The NUN 2 from Warner Bros., Reid’s upcoming motion picture, is scheduled to hit theatres on September 8, 2023.