Who is Izuka Hoyle?
Izuka Hoyle is a Scottish actress, singer and dancer, possibly best known to the world as Wren in the TV series “The Outpost” (2020-2021), and as Dana in the TV series “The Wheel of Time” (2021), in addition to several other roles that she’s secured so far in her career.
Izuka Hoyle Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education
Izuka Hoyle was born on 18 January 1996 under the Capricorn zodiac sign, in Scotland. She hasn’t revealed the exact place of her birth, while some sources claim that she is an Edinburgh native, which is where she was educated. Izuka is the daughter of Peter and Helen Hoyle and has one sister, Kimberley Hoyle.
Izuka attended Cramond Primary School for her elementary education, and later went to the Royal High School in Edinburgh. After matriculation, she enrolled at MGA Academy, which she attended for two years; this experience helped her to get ready for a drama school in London. Izuka enrolled at Arts Education School in 2014, from which she obtained her degree in 2017.
During her education, Izuka was focused much more on making music rather than pursuing acting opportunities. However, as time passed, her interest switched and she became focused on learning all the tricks and tips of acting.
She made her acting debut in 2018 as Mary Seton in the Academy Award-nominated historical biopic “Mary Queen of Scots”, about Mary’s attempt to overthrow the Queen of England, Elizabeth I. The film starred Saoirse Ronan, Margot Robie,and Jack Lowden, and was directed by Josie Rourke. The film was a complete success, winning several prestigious awards, while it grossed over $45 million.
This helped Izuka’s early acting career, as she continued with rather prominent roles, first as Dani in the TV thriller-drama series “Clique”, with Rachel Hurd-Wood, Synnove Karlsen and Sophia Brown in the lead roles. The series received high praise, but was canceled after only two seasons and 12 episodes.
Izuka soon found new engagement, as Clara in the short-lived TV comedy series “Jerk” (2019), starring Tim Renkow, Lorraine Bracco, and Sharon Rooney, then Izuka moved on to become a star in the short-lived drama series “Float”, co-starring Ben Presley, Jessica Hardwick and Hannah Jarret-Scott”, about an unexpected romance between two female lifeguards at a local pool.
Rise to Prominence
Izuka was gradually becoming more popular, and her next appearance was the co-starring role in the action crime-drama film “Villain”, with Craig Fairbrass and George Russo in the lead roles. The film received mixed reviews, but Izuka was praised for her performance, which gained her more prominent roles.
One of those roles is the part of Wren in the TV fantasy action-adventure series “The Outpost”, joining the main cast in the third season in 2020, comprised of Jessica Green, Jake Stormoen, and Anand Desai-Barochia. She appeared in 26 episodes of the critically acclaimed series before the show was canceled after its fourth season.
In 2021, Izuka was Camille in the BAFTA-nominated thriller-drama series “Boiling Point”, with Stephen Graham, Vinette Robinson and Alice Feetham in the lead roles, while it was written and directed by Philip Barantini.
To speak further of her accomplishments, Izuka appeared as Dana in two episodes of the TV action adventure-drama series “The Wheel of Time”, starring Rosamund Pike, Daniel Henney and Madeleine Madden, while she’s currently working on the romantic drama film “Persuasion”, now in post-production and scheduled for release later in 2022.
In addition to her work on screen, Izuka is also known for her work on stage. During her Arts Educational School years, she featured in several plays, including “Titanic” (2017), in which she portrayed Alice Beane, and after leaving school, she continued to appear in various plays.
In 2017 she was chosen for the part of Catherine Parr in the highly-popular musical “Six the Musical”, performed at Arts Theatre, and toured with the cast until 2018, after which she joined the cast of “The Selfish Giant” as the Boy, performed at Vaudeville Theatre, while she appeared at the Old Vic Theatre as Emily Davison in the play “Sylvia” (2018).
In 2019, she toured the UK with the cast of the play “Malory Towers”, in which she portrayed Darrel and her recent appearance was as Jeanne in the play “Killer Queen”, performed at MT Fest the UK, and The Other Palace.
As of early 2022, Izuka Hoyle’s net worth has been estimated to be around $1.5 million, earned through her successful career as an actress.
Personal Life, Dating, Boyfriend, Single?
When it comes to her personal life, Izuka hasn’t talked much about it, which has only spawned numerous rumors, one of which is that she’s lesbian, but she hasn’t addressed these rumors, and for now, there is no information about her love life. Sources have claimed that she’s single and solely focused on her budding acting career.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
The prominent actress has black hair and hazel eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 8ins (1.73m), weighs approximately 120lbs (55kgs), with vital statistics of 34-28-36, bra size 34C.
Hobbies, Interests, and Trivia
Additional to acting, Izuka is a fan of singing and dancing, which has helped her greatly to secure several popular theater roles.
She’s active on social media platforms, and has used her popularity to address many social and global issues, including the Russian invasion of Ukraine, expressing her support for the Ukrainian people.
Izuka is an avid pet lover and has a dog named Suji.
A skilled horse-rider, she often visits horse ranches, admiring the animals on the farm, while she also enjoys skiing, cycling, and hiking.