Actress Jamie-Lee O’Donnell

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British television actress Jamie-Lee O’Donnell rose to fame in 2018 after playing the character Michelle Mallon in Derry Girls, a British sitcom produced by Hat Trick Productions. With this content, read more about Jamie-Lee O’Donnell’s biography, age, family, body measurement, net worth, birthday, affairs, quotes, television shows, interviews, and movies.

Jamie-Lee O’Donnell biography

  • Real Name – Jamie-Lee O’Donnell (Nickname – )
  • Birthday – March
  • Age – 33 years
  • Birth Place – Londonderry, United Kingdom
  • Date of Birth – 4 March 1987
  • Debut Television – 6Degrees
  • Famous For – Michelle Mallon in Derry Girls
  • Ethnicity – White
  • Nationality – British
  • Profession – Television Actress
  • Religion – Christianity

Jamie-Lee O’Donnell height, weight, and body measurement

  • Height – 157 cm in centimeters, 1.57 m in meter and 5’2” inches in feet
  • Weight – N/A
  • Body Measurements – N/A
  • Hair Color – Black  
  • Eye Color – Hazel
  • Build – Average
  • Sexuality – Straight
  • Tattoo – No
  • Distinctive features – Wavy long hair and beauty mark next to the nose

Jamie-Lee O’Donnell qualification/education      

  • School – St Anne’s Primary School
  • College – De Montford University
  • Degree – Performing arts and dance

Jamie-Lee O’Donnell family

  • Father – N/A
  • Mother – N/A
  • Husband/spouse/partner – Paul McCay
  • Siblings – N/A

O’Donnell affairs/dating (relationship status)

  • Marital Status – Unmarried (Single)
  • Affair(s) – Paul McCay

Jamie-Lee O’Donnell Instagram pictures

Jamie-Lee latest news

  • Jamie-Lee sends out ‘massive thank you’ to Western Trust workers.
  • ‘Derry Girls Season 3’ starring Saoirse-Monica Jackson and Jamie-Lee to release in May 2020.
Derry Girls television

Jamie-Lee O’Donnell net worth

  • $1 million US dollars

Jamie-Lee movies/filmography/television shows

  • 2012 – 5Degrees
  • 2018 – Derry Girls and Doing Money
  • 2015 – Urban & the Shed Crew and Redeeming Love

O’Donnell interview/personal quotes

On getting a role for an upcoming show “The Farmhouse Murders”

“The script seemed fantastic, it was a great director, and the part was between a few other girls and myself. I heard that they liked my audition, but someone walked in the room and they just thought it was her right away. There’s just no preparing for that. You just have to go and give the best version of what you think they want, to the best of your ability. If that’s not what they’re looking for then there’s nothing you can do. Sometimes, it just doesn’t fit and that’s the end of it. As hard as it is – and sometimes you can feel quite bad after – you just have to think, onwards and upwards. So I was just happy I got to audition and I’m looking forward to watching it on TV, because it’s going to be brilliant.”

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