Cush Jumbo’ Husband: Who Is Sean Griffin?

Cush Jumbo is a British actress and writer who made her Broadway debut in Jez Butterworth’s The River in 2014. She has appeared in several films throughout the years. In 2011, she played the role of Check In Woman in “The Inbetweeners Movie” and Miss Neville in “National Theatre Live: She Stoops to Conquer.”

In 2015, Jumbo appeared as Catherine in “Remainder” and in 2016, she took on the dual roles of Melody Chase and Laura in “City of Tiny Lights.” She played the character Dessie Lombard in “The Postcard Killings.”

Cush Jumbo and Sean Griffin

Cush Jumbo married Sean Griffin in 2014. Couple together have a son who was born in 2018. Her mother-in-law, Angela (née Hall) and father-in-law is, Marx Jumbo. Her mother is British and her father is Nigerian.

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Who Is Cush Jumbo?

Cush Jumbo is a talented actress and writer. She was born on September 23, 1985, in Denmark Hill, London, England. She attended the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama for her education.

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Since beginning her career in 2006, she has been actively involved in the entertainment industry. In 2014, Cush married Sean Griffin and the couple has one child together. She made her Broadway debut with Laura Donnelly and Hugh Jackman in the transfer of The River by Jez Butterworth from the Royal Court Theatre in the autumn of 2014.

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Cush Jumbo Acting Career

Cush Jumbo has appeared in several films throughout the years. In 2011, she played the role of Check In Woman in ‘The Inbetweeners Movie’. She then portrayed Miss Neville in ‘National Theatre Live: She Stoops to Conquer’ in 2012.

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Jumbo appeared as Catherine in ‘Remainder’, in 2015 and in 2016, she took on the dual roles of Melody Chase and Laura in ‘City of Tiny Lights’. Most recently, Jumbo starred as Dessie Lombard in ‘The Postcard Killings’ in 2020. She has an upcoming film titled “Balestra,” where she will play the character Joann.

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